- The list below includes 5 free or cheap things to do in or near Corner Brook, Newfoundland and Labrador, including 8 different types of inexpensive activities like Hiking Trails, Specialty Museums, Caverns & Caves and Mountains.
- From Corner Brook Stream Trail to Blow-Me-Down Mountains, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Corner Brook.
97% 59 votes
Margaret Bowater Park, Corner Brook, Newfoundland and Labrador MoreLess Info
A community walking trail system, Corner Brook Stream Trail system is located within the city and outlying wilderness areas. Visitors enjoy the many hiking trails, pedestrian bridges, viewing platforms and rest areas.
93% 15 votes
Corner Brook, Corner Brook, Newfoundland and Labrador MoreLess Info
Blow-Me-Down Mountains is only a short scenic drive from Corner Brook. Families enjoy hiking, beaches, guided boat tours, photography, Governor's staircase, cross county skiing, camping and wildlife viewing.
88% 49 votes
Mayfair Avenue, Corner Brook, Newfoundland and Labrador MoreLess Info
Accessible by car, tourists visit the Captain James Cook Historic Site. Visitors learn about the British explorer, Captain James Cook, view the monument and copies of the charts mapped by Captain Cook
55% 11 votes
Riverside Drive at Station Road, Corner Brook, Newfoundland and Labrador MoreLess Info
Railway Society of Newfoundland Historic Train Site is a indoor museum. Visitors explore a steam locomotive, diesel electric locomotive, railway snowplow, caboose, baggage car, dining car, passenger car and various artifacts.
98% 133 votes
2 Bonne Bay Road, Reidville, NL A8A 2V1, Deer Lake, Newfoundland and Labrador MoreLess Info
Located on 20 acres, Newfoundland Insectarium spans over 8,000 square feet. Visitors view thousands of different insect species through exhibits, live butterfly house, leaf-cutter ant colony and glass bee hive.
60% 5 votes
Highway 422, Deer Lake, Newfoundland and Labrador MoreLess Info
Sir Richards Squires Memorial Provincial Park, honors the former Prime Minister of Newfoundland and was opened to the public in 1959. Visitors enjoy camping, hiking, wildlife viewing, playground, boating and salmon fishing on the Humber River.