Winding its way from Corduroy Pond and emptying into the mighty Exploits River this 4.5 kilometre waterway has a treasured place in the history of Grand Falls-Windsor,
Conservation & Special Projects
Over the course of trail construction there have been several unique projects that added tremendously to the Corduroy Brook Trail System
The Corduroy Brook Children's Nature Camp for ages 4-14. It is a fun and exciting camp that takes place through July and August.
Corduroy Brook Nature Centre & Trail
Running through the heart of Grand Falls-Windsor, the Corduroy Brook Nature Trail offers a relaxing wilderness experience for all ages and abilities. With many rest and park areas and an abundance of wildlife, you are sure to take pleasure from the experience. Located at the trailhead, the Corduroy Brook Nature Centre will soon be home to a wetland interpretation centre!
The Corduroy Brook Enhancement Association (CBEA) is a non-profit, charitable organization committed to restore and preserve Corduroy Brook, and to build and maintain a system of accessible nature trails along its course. The Association was incorporated in 1994 and now boasts over 20 kilometres of nature trail, and related infrastructure including bridges and boardwalks, playgrounds, viewing platforms, rest areas, tent sites, and a comprehensive system of signage.
Corduroy Brook Trail
Corduroy Brook Trail
The Corduroy Brook Nature Trail is constructed along the course of Corduroy Brook.
The Corduroy Brook Enhancement Association is a non-profit, conservation organization and Nature Centre with over 20 kilometres of accessible hiking trails. We use TRAFX Infrared Trail Counters to track usage of the Corduroy Brook Nature Trails.
News and Events
Stay up to date with Corduroy Brook Centre and Nature Trail.
Happening tomorrow!Our craft fair is less than two weeks away! Come out and get some of your Christmas shopping done early! Studs by Sarah and Amanda Marie Photography are only two of the awesome vendors that will be here. ... See MoreSee Less
It's that time of the year again already! ❄️ Some of you may not be aware that we actually maintain a section of the trail during the winter months! We know it can be a difficult time of the year to get out walking, so we hope this makes it a little easier. It can take time for us to get the trails cleared depending on snowfall, ice, etc. so we do ask that people still use caution when walking the trails. ... See MoreSee Less