Boat Ramps

Boat Ramps and Boat Launching

Brockville has two boat ramps for launching your watercraft. One is located off of Water Street at Home Street, and the other is located off of Water Street at Henry Street. Boats can be launched at no charge, however vehicular and trailer parking fees are applicable.

Vehicle with trailer parking is permitted at the following locations (fees are applicable):

  • Henry Street Parking Lot
  • Home Street Parking Lot (gravel section only – North of Water Street, East side)
  • Home Street along the East bank of Hardy Park (South of Water Street, West side) – day use only until 11pm

Boat launching is also available at Brown’s Bay Beach and Picnic Area off of the Thousand Islands Parkway, and at Mallorytown Landing (an ideal launching point if you wish to visit Singer Castle)

Water Access Points

There is a water access point at St. Lawrence Park to launch canoes and kayaks.

There have been two water access points developed at Mac Johnson Wildlife Area:

  • near the skating shelter at the north end of the Wildlife Area
  • off Centennial Road at the Broome-Runciman Dam.

Public kayak launching is available in Gananoque next to 1000 Islands Kayaking

More boat ramps and water access points in the region can be found here