Parks and Trails
As per the City’s “2021 COVID Conscious Delivery Plan” this service will be opening for the 2021 season, subject to any current provincial COVID regulations and local Health Unit guidelines. Please check back as updates will be posted in the relevant sections below.
The City of Brockville offers a variety of park facilities and amenities so you can relax and spend time with friends and family. Check out each park and plan a visit.
The Brock Trail has something to offer for those of all ages. The fully paved paths and boardwalk have been designed with access in mind providing curb cut-outs and a surface that can accommodate wheelchairs, scooters, baby carriages, strollers, bikes, trikes and roller blades. There are wonderful views all along the Trail and historical photo plaques enhance your experience.
St. Lawrence Park is located on the western outskirts of the City of Brockville on King St. West/County Road #2 overlooking the St. Lawrence River. Its waterfront location makes it a scenic and relaxing place to camp, picnic, spend time at the beach or just enjoy the colourful watercraft on the river.
Ten non-power sites plus ten power sites with both power (15 amp) and water hookup. Dumping station on site. Reservations are recommended however "always room" for self-supported cyclists on greenspace areas. Shower and laundry facilities available to campers.
Lifeguards are on duty daily at the sandy beach, weather permitting, in the summer period.
Washrooms, change room and a canteen are in operation from June through to Labour Day.
Centeen Park, located adjacent to the St. Lawrence River, offers swimming, walking trails and Canada's First Underwater Sculpture Park.
Blockhouse Island is a beautiful, accessible park that juts into the St. Lawrence River. It features special summer events such as the vintage car show and views of the poker run as well as boat cruises and refreshments/dining.
Hardy Park features many activities in the summer months like the annual RibFest festival and Sunday evening concerts. The park has volleyball courts in the summer, washrooms and an accessible children's playground adjacent to the covered pavillion.
Rotary Park (King St. W. at Gilmour St.), newly revitalized, is located just west of the downtown core. The park offers year-round free activities for all ages, including a splash pad , accessible play area, skateboard park, Ontario's first paved bicycle pump track, and basketball court. In the winter, there is a covered hockey rink with refrigeration system that provides ice from December through March. Washrooms and heated change rooms are located in the newly constructed P&G Pavilion. Designated times are available for pick up hockey and skating.
The park also has a synthetic ice surface that is especially popular with beginning skaters that converts to the splash pad for the summer months. Ample public parking is available around the park, and it is immediately adjacent to the Brock Trail. During the winter months we post current scheduling and conditions for the outdoor rinks and toboggan hill here: https://brockville.com/recreation
Please note: https://brockville.com/COVID19