Where to Stay
Brockville has a variety of accommodations to suit any budget and taste to plan your getaway to the 1000 Islands region.
We have it all, from rugged outdoor campsites (including camping on one of the 1000 Islands) and comfortable cottage resorts, to charming bed and breakfasts and cozy inns, hotels and motels. Choose your location - downtown, out in the country; or riverside on the St. Lawrence River.
Where to Eat
Treat yourself to the culinary delights that Brockville and the surrounding region has to offer.
Enjoy comfort food or experience a restaurant that is locally owned and unique to Brockville. From family to fine dining, from historic to contemporary settings, Brockville has something to satisfy every taste bud.
Enjoy the rich architecture of historic Downtown Brockville and its home style bakeries, bistros, pubs, outdoor patios and charming tearooms. Many of Brockville’s restaurants provide a variety of cultural experiences and menus including Irish, Chinese, Italian, Greek, Indian, French, and Canadian Cuisine.
Attractions and Activities
Plan your perfect 1000 Islands getaway by exploring the many attractions, festivals and events that will make your visit to Brockville one to remember. One of the most picturesque areas in the world, the 1000 Islands is world famous for its beauty, rich landscape, compelling history, and its many waterfront attractions and events. Crystal clear waters and famous sunken ships make the 1000 Islands one of the best fresh water scuba diving sites in the world.
Brockville is rich in culture and heritage and is proud to have numerous museums and attractions to showcase the wonders of our magical region. Be sure to take time to learn about the history of Brockville; appeal to your senses and incorporate an arts, culture or history experience into your visit; take in a live theatre performance, or attend one of the many festivals and events in the region.
Enjoy the serenity of the 1000 Islands with its hidden island coves, granite cliffs and scenic sunrises. Explore miles of scenic trails as you get closer to nature or practice your golf swing. The 1000 Islands and the St. Lawrence River is a playground for both the young and the young at heart.