Beaches and Swimming Areas

Brockville is situated on the St. Lawrence River, providing visitors and residents with lots of beaches and swimming areas. With many parks along the waterfront, there are also areas such as Centeen Park with deep water where you can jump from a ledge (over 1.5 meters high) into the river.

The Brock Trail now connects all the way from Centeen Park to St. Lawrence Park making both swimming areas easily accessible by foot (although keep in mind that it is approximately 2km from one park to the other). The Brock Trail is a paved walking and cycling path that runs along the waterfront as well as up through town, keeping you off of the main roadways.


St. Lawrence Park

Located at the west end of town on King Street, St. Lawrence Park has a beautiful, safe, sandy beach ideal for children which is supervised during the summer period. Washrooms, change rooms and a canteen are in operation from June through to September.

Parking and day use at the park is free, however, charges do apply for overnight camping.

Brown’s Bay Beach and Picnic Area

A popular stopping point for travelers along the 1000 Islands Parkway, this beach is the area’s largest sandy beach and is located on the St. Lawrence River between Brockville and Mallorytown Landing.

Plenty of parking, washrooms, canteen, change rooms, children’s play structures, multiple sandy beaches, picnic pavilions.

Day use fees apply.

Kendrick’s Park

Located on Lower Beverly Lake, the park is on Shore Point Road off of Lyndhurst Road (County Rd. #33) in the picturesque village of Lyndhurst.

Lower Beverly Lake Park

Public campground located in Delta on the shores of beautiful Lower Beverly Lake.

Lyn Valley Conservation Area

Part of the Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority. The smallest and one of the busiest conservation areas. 11 hectares in size, it has great swimming and one short hiking trail.

Swimming Areas

Centeen Park

Located just off of Water Street East at the eastern end of the Brock Trail and the downtown core, Centeen Park is a popular swimming location, picnic area, and is even a scuba diving destination. With a 1.5 metre drop off, this location is well-known for those to like to jump or cannonball in for a refreshing dip. Ladders are available to help you climb back out again.

Just off of the point is an underwater sculpture park for scuba divers who want to do a drift dive from shore. Special benches with hanging racks for your gear are available in the park as well as public washrooms.