Brockville is a popular place to visit during the summer month. A broad variety of festivals and events take place here over the spring, summer, and fall months. So whether is just visiting our world-famous Aquatarium or the first Railway tunnel there is sure to be something for everyone to enjoy.
Beautiful area for everyone to swim from kids adults and dogs. Local artists Dave Sheridan and Stephen Hatch, as well as students from Thousand Islands Secondary School (TISS) and Brockville Collegiate Institute, created the underwater sculptures (BCI). They serve as a memorial to those who have died in the river.
These were installed by SOS to serve as both a diving attraction and to alleviate diving traffic on local wrecks.
This is a fun and fast dive.
Fulford place museum
In Brockville, Ontario, Fulford Place is a historic mansion. Senator George Taylor Fulford, a Canadian businessman and politician, had it built in 1901. The Ontario Heritage Trust operates the building, which is now a historic house museum with Edwardian period decorations. In 1992, it was listed as a National Historic Site of Canada.
Photo by Rob Townsend
Photo by Brockville Tourism
The Brock Trail
The Brock Trail is an 8-kilometer scenic pathway that runs along Brockville's beautiful coastline and through city parks and is part of the Ontario Waterfront Trail.
The trail continues north, following Butler's Creek and Buell's Creek until it reaches Centennial Rd. on the Mac Johnson Wildlife Area's southern border. Bicycles, roller blades, wheelchairs, and strollers can all be used on the paved trails. You may also want to pay a visit to the Brockville Railway Tunnel, Blockhouse Island, or one of the river's other parks. Common activities include swimming, scuba diving, and simply relaxing in one of the riverfront parks.
Brockville Railway Tunnel
The Brockville Railway Tunnel is Canada's first railroad burrow. It is situated underneath the city of Brockville, Ontario, and goes under the overpass toward the north, inherent 1863– 64 as the Victoria Hall, yet rebuilt as the Brockville City Hall after 1904.
Photo by istock
The Aquatarium is an interactive experience that vividly illustrates all aspects of life along the St. Lawrence River. Appealing to kids and adults alike, it brings history and nature to life in a captivating display that fascinates and absorbs.