Welcome To Corner Brook in Newfoundland & Labrador

Welcome To

Corner Brook

Where new adventures are around every corner.

Nestled at the mouth of the Humber River and framed by towering Blomidon and Long Range mountains, city convenience meets small-town hospitality at the port of Corner Brook.

Experiencing the beauty of this micro-city begins long before you reach the port: cruising in through the Bay of Islands is its own sight to behold, with lush forests and traditional fishing communities scattered across either shore.

As the central hub for the west coast of Newfoundland & Labrador, Corner Brook embraces its natural beauty to the fullest. You’ll find plenty of walking trails, lookouts, parks, and historic sites scattered throughout the city, with picturesque views at every turn.

The locals here are confidently on team “west coast, best coast”: Corner Brook’s cross-section of urban and nature is unlike anywhere else and is sure to inspire all who visit, no matter their interests.

Explore the leisurely Corner Brook Stream Trail Network that winds throughout the city. Unwind at one of the many local bars and restaurants that colour the historic downtown core. Take the family on a day trip to the Historic Train Site and climb aboard some of the province’s most famous locomotives. Retrace the footsteps of Captain Cook to the National Historic Site and take in panoramic views of the Bay of Islands that are straight out of a painting.

There’s so much to do in Corner Brook, you might just have to come back and visit again.

Contact

Patti Ricketts – Cruise Marketing

Corner Brook Port Authority
Phone: (709) 634-6600
Email: pricketts@cornerbrookport.com
Website: www.cornerbrookport.com

Glenda Simms – Supervisor of Tourism

City of Corner Brook
Phone: (709) 637-1588
Email: gsimms@cornerbrook.com
Website: www.cornerbrook.com 

Dock – Western Terminal
Berthage: 362 m / 1200 ft
Depth: 10 m / 30 ft

Floating Dock – Tender Dock
Berthage: 30.5 m / 100 ft
Depth: 8-10 m / 26-30 ft

Tidal Range: 2 m (6.5 ft)
Deck Elevation: 4.1 m / 13.5 ft
Turning Basin: 1530 m / 5000 ft
Bay Connection: Connected by a 1.6 km (1 mi) wide, 46 m (150 ft) deep channel

Things To Do

Sights To See

  • Free

    Captain James Cook National Historic Site

    From its vantage point on Crow Hill, the Captain James Cook National Historic Site offers sweeping panoramic views of the City of Corner Brook, the Bay of Islands, and the spectacular Blomidon Mountains and caves once explored by Captain Cook.

  • Free

    Corner Brook Stream Trail Network

    Weave your way through a connected network of walking trails with sights to see at every turn. Follow the guided trailways and learn about the city’s history and local flora and fauna, or take a detour and follow your own adventure.

  • Adults $3 | Children $2

    Railway Society of Newfoundland Historic Train Site

    Climb aboard this historic collection of rolling-stock from the Newfoundland Railway. Other artifacts include telegraph instruments, train order sophomore signal board, phones, and plenty of historic photos!

  • Prices Vary

    Marble Zip Tours

    Take in a birds-eye view of the breathtaking Steady Brook Falls from one of eastern Canada’s longest, tallest ziplines! With nine courses each offering a unique experience, this is a nature tour unlike any other.

  • Requires Park Pass

    Gros Morne National Park

    This UNESCO World Heritage Site is the perfect setting for all sorts of unique outdoor adventures. Walk atop the Earth’s exposed mantle at the world-famous Tablelands, relax on the sandy white beaches of Shallow Bay, or explore the colourful seaside communities that call this natural wonder home.

Getting Around

Distance from port to city centre: 2 km

Available Transportation

Public Transit

Free Shuttle

Taxi Services

Walking trails from port to city centre

Bike Rental

Limousine services – Ride In Style & Luxury Limos

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