Marble Mountain is located in Steady Brook, just a short drive from your chalet. It is one of the ultimate attraction sites in Newfoundland and Labrador. There are a number of activities to experience, and will keep you busy no matter the season. Enjoying new adventures like zip lining, walking and hiking trails, and river fishing. In the winter months, enjoy skiing, snowmobiling, snowboarding and a whole lot more. With a one of a kind experience, tailored to you, Marble Mountain will leave you longing for your return.
The Stream Trail Complex takes you through walking trails all through out the Corner Brook vicinity. With lovely scenery and wildlife around every turn, the trail systems craft your very own, “Choose Your Own Adventure.” There is potential to see ducks and swans wading in any of the ponds, a breathtaking view over an incredible gorge, and even the simplicity to just stop and smell the roses.
Located in Corner Brook, Margaret Bowater Park is the perfect family park! Take your entourage along to enjoy the supervised natural swimming area, the bountiful playgrounds, and beautiful picnic area. There is direct access to walking trails which can lead you through the gorgeous city scape. Bring along your camera and enjoy the gorgeous surroundings.
Deer Lake is strategically located in the Humber Valley and it’s the perfect place to start your vacation. The hub of the west coast, Deer Lake offers many amenities, such as the regional airport. The beautiful scenery allows travelers to relax and enjoy what nature has to offer. Take part in kayaking and canoeing, on the Humber River as it runs directly into Deer Lake. Go salmon fishing in one of the greatest areas in the province. Enjoy swimming, camping, golfing, hiking and site seeing. Visit the Insectarium for an afternoon with the butterflies and stop inside for some of the best ice cream around.
The James Cook Memorial Lookout is located in the city of Corner Brook. James Cook, a British explorer, navigator, cartographer, and captain in the Royal Navy, made detailed maps of Newfoundland, including the west coast and the Humber Valley region. The historic site, bearing his name, consists of a museum, historical attractions, hiking and walking trails and a magnificent view from the lookout. Come and experience the pride of Newfoundland.
Corner Brook has seen incredible growth and expansion. It hosts a majority of the services for the western coast. With a large regional hospital, developing real estate, and a growing retail district, Corner Brook has become the ideal amenity city.
With a number of restaurants, entertainment, and adventure attractions, you are for sure to find something to meet your vacation needs. Beautiful city skylines, and gorgeous harbor lights, Corner Brook creates picture perfect views from every side.
If you look close enough you may find some hidden surprises in the mountains!
L’anse aux Meadows National Historic Site is at the tip of the Great Northern Peninsula. The remains of an 11th-century Viking settlement are evidence of the first European presence in North America. This is a unique milestone in the history of human migration and discovery, and its located in this beautiful Province. Gaze across the open sea, and get lost in the blue horizons. Travel along the walking and hiking trails, explore the Burnt Cape Ecological Reserve, the parks, and the museum dedicated to the wonderful history of the Viking settlements on our Northern Peninsula.
The second largest national park in Atlantic Canada, at 1,805km sq. Gros Morne National Park is for the simplistic, and adventurist alike. Surrounding the gorgeous northern coast, the park well-organized, ideal for your own exploration. Extraordinary hiking trails bring you to breathtaking sites, overlooking the mountains, and the Atlantic ocean. Experience Newfoundland culture in one of the many communities located inside the park. Go on boat tours, explore the area, take sea kayaking lessons, eat new foods, or plan a night of entertainment at a dinner theater.
Let Gros Morne captivate your heart.