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Welcome to Brockville, a charming and historic town nestled on the banks of the St. Lawrence River in Ontario! Whether you’re a family looking for outdoor adventures, a history buff seeking to learn more about the area’s past, or someone in need of some relaxation and wellness, Brockville has something for everyone.

With so much to see and do, Brockville is the perfect destination for anyone looking for a mix of family-friendly fun, outdoor adventure, historical intrigue, and wellness relaxation.

Come explore all that this charming city has to offer!


Discover the enchanting “Light Up the Night in Brockville Holiday Itinerary – Let’s Add Some Sparkle!” This curated experience will take you on a journey through the heart of Brockville, igniting your holiday spirit with delightful activities, delicious dining, and mesmerizing festivities. Explore the magic of the season and create lasting memories as you follow our carefully planned itinerary. Photo by: Jake Fawcett


12:00 PM: Get the holiday vibes rolling with a delightful lunch downtown in a cozy cafe like Sweet Ofelia Cafe and Market.
2:00 PM: Embark on a shopping adventure in Downtown Brockville, where you can uncover unique holiday treasures. From fashion to books, art, home decor, and more, there’s a little something for everyone!
4:00 PM: Check in to 48 King West or another charming bed and breakfast to snuggle up and recharge before the evening festivities.
5:00 PM: Enjoy a hearty meal at the 1000 Islands Brewery or Keystorm Pub, where good food and good times go hand in hand.
6:30 PM: Time to journey to Clow’s Christmas Trail, just outside Brockville, for a magical winter wonderland that’ll make your holiday spirits soar!
8:30 PM: Return to Brockville in time for the enchanting River of Lights, a free holiday light and sound show along the St. Lawrence River.
9:00 PM: Head back to your cozy accommodations for a night in
9:30 AM: Start your day with a scrumptious breakfast at Cosies or Taits


Visit picturesque Brockville, you’ll be enchanted by the vibrant autumn foliage and historic architecture. Stroll along the St. Lawrence River waterfront and immerse yourself in the breathtaking beauty of this charming town in the Fall.


Aquatarium: Dive into an aquatic adventure at the Aquatarium, an interactive hub showcasing the wonders of the St. Lawrence River’s marine life.

Taits: Enjoy a lunch at Taits, a local restaurant known for its soup and sandwiches and charming atmosphere.

Fudgery Pumpkin Spice Treats and Coffee: Satisfy your sweet tooth with delightful pumpkin spice treats and a warm cup of coffee at Fudgery.

Tincap Berry Farm: Spend the afternoon at Tincap Berry Farm, where you can pick your own pumpkins.
Hall’s Apple Market: Alternatively, visit Hall’s Apple Market for apple-picking fun in their scenic orchards.

The Mill: End your day with dinner at The Mill Restaurant for classic italian dishes.


Looking for a fun-filled day or overnight trip that’s perfect for the whole family? Look no further than this exciting itinerary, which includes some of the best family-friendly attractions in Brockville!


Start your day with a visit to the Aquatarium, where you and your family can discover the fascinating world of the St. Lawrence River. Meet Justin Beaver, playful otters, and a large variety of fish as you explore interactive exhibits and hands-on activities

Next, head to the Brockville Railway Tunnel, a FREE attraction that’s sure to delight train enthusiasts of all ages. Walk through the tunnel and admire the colorful light displays and historical exhibits that showcase the town’s railway history.

Get ready to tantalize your taste buds by flipping through our Restaurant Guide to find the perfect spot for a delicious and satisfying lunch. After lunch pop in for a Sweet Treat or Ice Cream Cone!

After lunch, it’s time to hit the water with 1000 Islands & Seaway Cruises! Board a comfortable tour boat and cruise through the stunning Thousand Islands, admiring the beautiful scenery and learning about the area’s rich history from knowledgeable guides. Kids will love spotting wildlife like eagles, herons, and even the occasional mink!

Brockville is enveloped by vast stretches of farmland on all sides, making it easy to step out of the city and immerse yourself in the countryside. Fresh, juicy Apples can be handpicked without straying too far, and Strawberry Picking is a delightful activity that the entire family can enjoy. 

Complete your day with a visit to the renowned St. Lawrence Park Beach where you and your family can indulge in a revitalizing swim in the river. This well-known beach is the ultimate destination to unwind and soak up the tranquility after an exhilarating day filled with exciting activities.


Brockville offers the perfect destination for an unforgettable trip filled with exciting outdoor adventures.



Dive Brockville Adventure Centre and choose from a variety of exciting St. Lawrence River activities including, dives tours of Local Shipwrecks, snorkeling tours paddleboard rental’s, and kayaking tours to admire the natural beauty of the 1000 Islands.

Just off of Centeen Park, divers will find an amazing place to learn and practice their scuba diving skills. The Brockville Underwater Sculpture Park is a one of a kind experience, where divers will get to learn basic skills of diving without potentially damaging historic shipwrecks.

Explore Brockville’s Islands & beyond with a sightseeing or adventure thrill ride aboard the Wildcat Cruise, offered by 1000 Islands and Seaway Cruises.

If you are interested in launching your boat in & Brockville, there are two city-owned boat launches. Home Street Boat Launch & Henry Street Boat Launch.


The Brock Trail is a paved trail that stretches throughout the city for walkers and cyclists. Beginning at Centeen Park, The Brock Trail runs along the waterfront, through Blockhouse Island, Hardy Park, past the Rotary Park, and then up through the green space surrounding downtown’s residential areas. If you follow the trail to its end, you’ll find yourself at Mac Johnson Wildlife Area.

Mac Johnson Wildlife Area is a natural conservation area and offers a variety of outdoor activities, including hiking, biking, birdwatching, and fishing. The area boasts over 11 kilometers of scenic hiking trails that wind through a diverse range of habitats, including wetlands, forests, and fields. Along the way, hikers can spot a variety of wildlife, including turtles, beavers, deer, and a wide array of bird species. The trails are well-maintained and suitable for hikers of all experience levels. Additionally, the area offers picnic facilities, a playground, and an interpretive center, making it a great place to spend a day in nature.

If you play Disc Golf, you’ll want to play Flyboy Canada One’s free course in Brockville! Opened in June of 2021 with 10 holes, it has now expanded to 19 in spring 2023.  You can find the first entrance at

 Treetop Trekking is Ontario’s original and most exciting tree top zip line adventure. Treetop Trekking is the perfect outing for adventurous families, groups of friends and couples. Their team building packages are perfect for companies, sports teams and community groups. There is something for all ages and abilities. 



This itinerary will give you a taste of Brockville’s rich history and culture, and you’ll have plenty of opportunities to explore the city’s museum, galleries, and historic sites.


Start your day at the Brockville Museum. The museum has exhibits and artifacts that showcase the history of Brockville and the surrounding area. You can explore the exhibits at your own pace or join a guided tour to learn more about the city’s past.

Next, see what’s playing at the Brockville Arts Centre. The building itself is a piece of history, dating back to 1852. The Art Centre has a rotating collection of exhibitions featuring local artists as well as theatre productions and concerts.

Immerse yourself in history with a visit to This Iconic Pub, where sunken ships, pink pills, and bank robbers are part of its intriguing past. Enjoy a delicious lunch while taking in stunning views of the John H. Fulford FountainThe Brockville War Memorial.

One of Brockville’s most iconic landmarks, Brockville City Hall. Formerly known as Victoria Hall was originally built during the 1862-64 era as a combination concert hall, office space, and indoor market house. The symbolic clock tower was recently restored to maintain the clock’s heritage value.

After lunch, head to the Historic Brockville Railway Tunnel. This historic tunnel was built in the 1860s and was recently restored and opened to the public.

Next, visit Fulford Place Museum. This stunning mansion was built in 1899 by businessman and politician George T. Fulford. The museum offers guided tours that showcase the luxurious lifestyle of the Fulford family as well as the social and economic history of Brockville.

 A “must-see” in Brockville is the Leeds and Grenville County Courthouse, a National Historic Site with grandiose neoclassical architecture, overlooking the downtown core and framed by churches and steeples. Don’t forget to look up and meet Sally Grant, Brockville’s Lady Justice statue.

End your day with a sunset dinner cruise with 1000 Islands & Seaway Cruises, where you can enjoy a meal while taking in the scenic views of the river. During the cruise, you’ll have the opportunity to learn about the history of the region, including rich architectural treasures of this one-time ‘Millionaire’s Capital of Canada’.


This itinerary will help you recharge and rejuvenate while exploring the natural beauty of the Brockville area. From yoga and meditation to hiking and healthy eating, there are plenty of opportunities to prioritize your wellness during your trip.


Begin your day with a Yoga or Meditation Class. With a variety of classes for all levels, experienced instructors will help you start your day feeling centered and refreshed.

After your class, head to the Brockville Farmers’ Market, located at Market and King Street. Open Thursday and Saturdays, 8 a.m. – 1 p.m. from May until December. Here, you can browse a wide variety of locally grown produce, artisanal foods, and handmade crafts. Take your time exploring the market and pick up some healthy snacks or ingredients for your next meal.

Treat yourself to a  Massage or Spa Treatment at one of Brockville’s premier spas. Their skilled therapists will help you relax and unwind, leaving you feeling rejuvenated and refreshed.

If you’re looking for a beneficial thrill, this might be for you!
All over the world, people are hurling themselves into icy water, taking cold showers and going for walks in the cold. Learn the ways of Wim Hof- The Ice Man.
Unlock the benefits of this powerful method through an unforgettable in-person experiences offered in Brockville by Daniel De Luis, Cold Therapy Coach, and Owner at Subramanya Yoga.

What better way is there to spend a sunny day than on the golf course, taking in a round of golf? When in the 1000 Islands, it’s one of the best things you can do (on land at least!) Brockville has some great Golf Courses available, so check them out and book your tee-off time early!

Take a walk along the waterfront trail and enjoy the beautiful views of the St. Lawrence River. You can also stop by Blockhouse Island and enjoy a picnic dinner or a snack while watching the Ships & Boats go by.