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.

Nature Centre

Nature Centre

Info on our nature centre, rentals, etc

Children's Nature Camp

Children's Nature Camp

The Corduroy Brook Children’s Nature Camp for ages 4-14.

Nature Trail

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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.


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Special Notice: Trail Use during COVID Alert Level 5We wish to advise trail users that the Main Trail from the Nature Centre to Corduroy Pond will be kept as wide as possible to allow users to safely pass each other when necessary. The main trail will also continue to be groomed regularly. However, we want to inform trail users that due to a significant reduction in the number of employees recently, trail grooming may be challenging, especially if we experience significant snowfall. As a not-for-profit charity, the CBEA relies on various grants year round to grow and maintain the trail. The timing of annual grants are such that March, April and May are periods each year that our trail staff is at minimal capacity. We do have some regular employees who will continue to do their very best to keep the trail in top notch condition, but wanted to let people know that fact in case you encounter delays or other maintenance issues. Walkers using Big Corduroy Pond and Little Corduroy Pond Trail Loops are asked to walk in a clockwise direction around the Ponds. Signs will be posted indicating that walkers enter these “pond trails” via Gibson’s Field. We ask that users continue in a clockwise direction if proceeding to the Little Pond.The reason for not making the main trail “one-way” is primarily in consideration of those who are unable to travel very far, and will often turn around near the beginning of the trail. These are primarily older seniors, people with limited mobility, as well as young children. We ask that everyone respect the rights of other users, and take necessary actions to ensure safe passes at all times.Now more than ever, the importance of outdoor activity is essential to personal health and well-being. The Association will continue to do its best to maintain our trails to the highest standards. These trails are for all to enjoy. This is a stressful time for us all. We ask for everyone to exercise patience and respect while using the trails. Most importantly, stay safe.We thank you for your cooperation and understanding. Happy Trails to You!! ... See MoreSee Less
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Did you know that World Wetlands Day is celebrated on the second day of February every year, though it was not originally celebrated until 1997? This day serves to recognize the influence and positive production that Wetlands have had on the world moreover, it brings communities together for the benefit of Mother Nature. This day, also raises global awareness because wetlands play a significant role not only in people but in the planet. #corduroybrooknaturetrail #townofgfw #newfoundlandandlabrador #WetlandsWednesday ... See MoreSee Less
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