Please join us on Refugee Island, Brockville on Thursday June 25th to Saturday June 27th, 2015 for the 2nd Annual Island Breakfast.
Island Breakfast is a popular event for Brockville locals and visitors alike to enjoy a true 1000 Islands experience: a boat ride and breakfast on one of Brockville’s municipally owned islands, Refugee Island.
Refugee Island is located on the St. Lawrence River just a short boat ride from St. Lawrence Park in Brockville. It is a beautiful island that is available for boaters to picnic on in the summer season.
Breakfast will be served on the island between 8:00am and 10:00am with free shuttle boats running from St. Lawrence Park to take people to the island starting at 7:15am
With the purchase of your ticket you will receive:
- a delicious breakfast on Refugee Island including:
- coffee, tea, juice
- bacon and ham
- baked beans
- pancakes with real maple syrup
- freshly picked strawberries
- free shuttle ride by boat to Refugee Island (departing from the docks in St. Lawrence Park starting at approx. 7:15am)
- free entertainment (see our Island Entertainment page for a list of daily entertainment)
- time to explore the island
Children* (10 and under) $6
Students and Seniors (65+) $10
Family of 4 (2 adults and 2 children under 10) $25
We recommend purchasing tickets in advance due to the limited number of tickets available each day. Advance tickets can be purchased from the Brockville & 1000 Islands Tourism Office located at 10 Market Street West in Brockville starting on May 5, 2015 at 10:00am. You can also order your tickets by phone at 613-342-4357 (a credit card required to book over the phone).
All sales are final: no refunds or exchanges.
This event will go on rain or shine; please dress appropriately.
If you have any additional questions, please check our Frequently Asked Questions page.
We are always looking for volunteers; if you would like to help out please visit our volunteer pageto find out more.
If you are interested in sponsoring this event or becoming an Island Friend, please visit our sponsor page
*If you are bringing a child 5 and under it is recommended that you bring your own life jacket for them. The shuttles have enough adult-sized life jackets for those on board, but children’s sizes are limited.