Natural Beauty

Life amongst the natural beauty of the 1000 Islands & St. Lawrence River Region couldn’t be finer thanks to our many hot spots for power-boating, sailing, and paddling.

Fun On The Blue Highway

Few locations on the planet offer as much excitement for power-boaters as here amongst the 1000 Islands. Fun on the blue highway is never more than a few minutes from the front door of your new home, thanks to the incredible scenery offered by more than 1,800 islands and their iconic attractions. Nowhere else can you find such legendary landmarks like tragic Boldt Castle on Heart Island, with its background story of doomed love, and Singer Castle on Dark Island, with its mysterious history and secret passages. Brockville also owns iuse for swimming, picnics, and camping. And the Brockville Powslands that visitors can er and Sail Squadron gives novices and old pros alike the support they need to get on the waves with confidence and skill.

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Paddle The Waterways

Of course, you can also take a more hands-on approach and paddle through our region’s waterways connected to the UNESCO-recognized Frontenac Arch Biosphere. Canoeists and kayakers enjoy spring, summer, and fall adventures along the Thousand Islands Paddling Trail on the St. Lawrence River, with nine routes connecting Kingston to Brockville. For an expedition just off the beaten path, Charleston Lake just north of Brockville allows exploration in quieter waters.

Learn To Row

And if you want to try something a little more intense than paddling, you can check out the Brockville Rowing Club. This city icon that just marked its 125th anniversary in 2019 is home to all manner of programs for youth. Learning to Row is geared for novices aged 10-18. Summer Camp and Development Squad continue the education and ramp things up a notch. Finally, Competitive Pathway can take athletes into training for national and international competition.

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Marinas

Our many marinas have seasonal and transient slips available at reasonable rates, especially compared to what is often found in larger urban areas. Brockville boasts its Municipal Harbour, Tall Ships Landing Marina, and Gilbert Marine. Other regional accommodations include Prescott’s Sandra S. Lawn Harbour and Marina, Huck’s Marine and Resort in Rockport, Peck’s, Blue Heron, and Village Quay in Landsdowne, and much more. Whether you have a 50-footer, a bowrider, or anything in-between, we have a spot for you.