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 is home to a wetland interpretation centre!

The Corduroy Brook Enhancement Association (CBEA) is a non-profit, charitable organization committed to the restoration and preservation of the 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

The Nature Trail is constructed along the course of Corduroy Brook.

Nature Trail

Nature Centre

Info on our nature centre, rentals, etc

Nature Centre

Nature Camp

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


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Corduroy Brook Nature Centre & Trail
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Environmental Technician, Kerri-Ann Boone, setting up to monitor bats on the Corduroy Brook Trail 🦇#corduroybrooknaturetrail #townofgfw #newfoundlandandlabrador #batmonitoringIt’s World Habitat Day! Today we’re highlighting the work completed by CCNL Intern Kerri with the Corduroy Brook Nature Centre & Trail as their Environmental Technician. Kerri monitored the habitat of one animal that some of us might associate with the Halloween season and all things spooky: bats! In this photo, Kerri is installing a device that detects ultrasonic frequencies. In other words, this device can detect noises above the frequencies of human hearing, like bat calls. The Corduroy Brook Enhancement Association is a participant in the North American Bat Monitoring Program, an effort to monitor bat populations across the continent in order to develop conservation efforts. The data collected helps scientists understand how environmental threats such as climate change, White Nose Syndrome, and habitat loss affect bat populations.#WorldHabitatDay #ConservationCorpsNL #CCNL #ConservationNL..[Color photo of a woman on a ladder next to a tree holding an ultrasonic recorde ... See MoreSee Less
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The pictures below are of Giant Sunflowers planted at the entrance of the Corduroy Brook Nature Centre & Trail
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