Day 64: Midway Motel to Corner Brook’s Kinsmen Prince Edward Campground

Leave the Midway Motel heading north on HWY 1. There is only one service station on the highway today so pack lots of food and water.

James Cook first explored and surveyed this area in 1767. Copies of his maps are available at the Captain James Cook Monument in Corner Brook. The city is situated on a steep hill near where the Humber River flows into the Atlantic Ocean.

The arts play a prominent role in Corner Brook culture. The city is a popular stop for touring musicians, comedians and theatrical productions.

HWY 1 runs well above sea level. The descent into Corner Brook is steep and fast. Fortunately, when you exit Corner Brook you will bike along the water and meet up with the highway with minimal effort.

The Corner Brook Museum and Archives exhibits the social, cultural and natural history of Corner Brook and the Humber Valley. Cycle Solutions is a full service bike store. Hotel Corner Brook has the cheapest rooms in town.

Purchase supplies in downtown Corner Brook before heading to the Kinsmen run Prince Edward Campground & RV Park, east of town. Laundry is available at the campsite.

Kilometre Log
0.0Leave Midway Motel heading north on HWY 1.
25.5Intersection of HWY 1 & HWY 403.
29.8Service station.
35.9Cross Barachois Brook.
36.7Intersection of HWY 1 & HWY 490.
40.7Barachois Pond Provincial Park.
48.4Intersection of HWY 1 & HWY 480.
60.5Intersection of HWY 1 & HWY 460.
105.1Exit to HWY 450 / Lewin Parkway. Remain on HWY 1.
108.7Exit right off of HWY 1 onto Massey Drive. Turn left to cross under HWY 1 to access Confederation Drive.
109.5Turn left on West Valley Road.
111.5West Valley Road turns into Park Street, which is a one-way that you can not travel down. Turn right onto Central Street.
111.6Turn left onto West Street.
112.2Turn right onto Main Street.
112.6Cross Lewin Parkway and Main Street turns into Humber Road.
112.8Stay left to remain on Humber Road.
115.3Humber Road merges with Riverside Drive.
117.4Turn left on North Shore Highway / HWY 440.
118.8Kinsmen Prince Edward Campground.