Culture and recreation have a thriving home in the 1000 Islands & St. Lawrence River Region. Check out the flourishing arts scene thanks to the Brockville Arts Centre, Prescott’s St. Lawrence Shakespeare Festival, and more. Historic buffs can enjoy Fort Wellington and the Oldest Railway Tunnel in Canada. Tee off at more first-class golf clubs than any other region in Ontario. Hiking and cycling can be had in iconic locations like the 1000 Islands Parkway. Some of the best winter sports available anywhere is on hand thanks to top minor and junior hockey associations, figure skating clubs that have developed Canadian champions Alaine Chartrand and Matthew Markell, and top curling clubs.
Leaving the big city doesn’t mean cultural compromises, thanks to local icons like the Brockville Arts Centre, Prescott’s St. Lawrence Shakespeare Festival, and more attractions.
You’ll feel like you notched a hole in one everyday thanks to the superb world class golf courses within a few minutes of your new home along the St. Lawrence River.
The Waterfront Trail along the St. Lawrence River is World renowned as a cycling destination. Enjoy the many scenic hiking trails overlooking the river, just minutes from home.
See signs of Canada’s earliest days today from your front door, courtesy of local landmarks like Canada’s Oldest Railway Tunnel and Fort Wellington.
Strap on the blades, wax up the skis, or don the snowshoes and get ready to swoosh your way through winter along the snowy St. Lawrence River.
Baseball, soccer, tennis, and many more sports are big parts of the summer calendar in the 1000 Islands & St. Lawrence River Region.