Beach, please!

Summers in the 1000 Islands along the majestic St. Lawrence River and other area waterways couldn’t be better thanks to our numerous beaches. 

Natural Beauty !

 Tremendous natural beauty with crystal-clear water (that warms up to a very nice 20-23 Celsius temperature in July and August, with just slightly cooler waters in the shoulder months of June and September) and easy accessibility are the hallmarks of our many area beaches. 

 

Wiggle your toes in the sand across the entire region at beaches that offer something for everyone, whether you are looking for a sunny solo adventure with a book and a beach towel or an excursion for the entire family that includes picnicking and playtime.We also offer all of this summer fun without the crowds, cost, or hassle of city beaches and pools—so your new home here will be just moments away from the instant vacation offered by a trip to the beach, whether you have a full day to spare or just need a quick getaway.

Stunning Landmarks !

Stunning local landmarks such as Brown’s Bay on the 1000 Islands Parkway, St. Lawrence Park and Centeen Park in Brockville, Centennial Park in Prescott, and others are hidden Ontario gems right on the St. Lawrence. Other more secluded locales can be found away from the river in places just a short drive from Brockville, such as the Lyn Valley Conservation Area with its spring-fed lake, Kendrick’s Park on Lower Beverley Lake in Lyndhurst, the numerous swimming spots on gorgeous Charleston Lake, and much more.