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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🐾Meet Leroy & Harper🐾 This little duo 🥰 enjoys taking in the beautiful views while they walk the Trail! We do not have a picture of their little faces but if you walk the Trail, chances are you have seen them exploring every nook and cranny at Corduroy Brook! 😍 Have a great weekend from all of us, including our furry friends!! 🐕🐩#corduroybrooknaturetrail #townofgfw #newfoundlandandlabrador #furryfriendsfriday ... See MoreSee Less
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TRIVIA TUESDAY ANSWER:Many species of native fish colonize the nutrient-rich freshwater wetlands to feed and spawn. These areas then provide nursery habitats for juvenile fish.Coastal and marine wetlands are important breeding grounds and nursery areas for many kinds of saltwater fish. .Fish use floodplains to scatter and move between permanent rivers or waterholes, the latter providing them with refuge during drought periods.Below is a photo of Brook Trout at Corduroy Brook just after the Stream Clean-up Project was complete!#corduroybrooknaturetrail #townofgfw #newfoundlandandlabrador #WetlandWednesday #fishhabitat ... See MoreSee Less
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🐾Meet Leroy & Harper🐾 This furry duo 🥰 enjoys taking in the scenery while they walk the Trail! We can not see their little faces but if you walk the Trail, chances are you have seen them exploring every nook and cranny at Corduroy Brook!😍Have a great weekend🐕🐩 #furryfriends https://t.co/0DwUV6GEPZ corduroy_brook photo

The all-accessible fishing platform, funded by United Way, replaces the old one which was built by Corduroy Brook staff over a decade ago. This one allows for easy access for people including children, youth, seniors, and is also wheelchair accessible! #greenspace #unitedwaynl https://t.co/WItLTonTQC corduroy_brook photo