Itineraries

Looking for more to do while you are visiting Brockville during Island Breakfast? With such a beautiful region to explore, we are sure you will find lots to do to fill up the rest of your day. To help, we have made up a list of activities to choose from:

Special events on during the week of Island Breakfast in Brockville:

June 21 & 22: The Beach Party Boys at the Brockville Arts Centre

June 22: Whisky Tasting at Fort Wellington National Historic Site

June 23: The Museum @ Night – Battle of the Brushes at the Brockville Museum.

June 23-25: Poutinefest in Hardy Park

June 23: Dinner with a View at the 1000 Islands Tower.

June 23: Rockin’ River Revue Party Cruise with 1000 Islands & Seaway Cruises

June 24: Dinner Cruise with 1000 Islands & Seaway Cruises

Activities to take part in while you are in town:

Take a 1000 Islands Cruise. If you enjoy getting out to Refugee Island for the Island Breakfast and wish you could stay out on the water longer, book a cruise with 1000 Islands & Seaway Cruises here in Brockville to find out more about the islands and our beautiful region.

Go for a swim at the beach at St. Lawrence Park. Since this is the departure point to catch your boat ride to Refugee Island, why not take the kids to the playground or beach before heading back to your car?

Stroll the Brock Trail into town. A recent addition to the Brock Trail connect St. Lawrence Park to the rest of the trail system, a paved walking and cycling path that follows the waterfront in Downtown Brockville and continues up through town.

Shop in Downtown Brockville. Follow King Street from St. Lawrence Park into downtown Brockville and shop at the unique retailers, cafes, and restaurants. There is 2 hour complimentary parking on King Street.

Visit the Aquatarium, Brockville’s newest attraction. Centrally located in downtown Brockville, the Aquatarium is a 25,000 square foot waterfront attraction overlooking the St. Lawrence River to let you experience the 1000 Islands like never before. See river otters at play, climb on the aerial ropes course, learn to scuba dive and so much more.

Stop by the Brockville Public Library. With drop in programs throughout the year, and plenty of childrens programming in the summer months, stop by to see if there is a free movie playing, kids craft, or adult social group meeting. Stay to enjoy the air conditioning, browse their selection of books, magazines, DVDs and more, and check your email with their free wifi.

Take a yoga class at Studio 44 Yoga. If you missed yoga on the island, catch a class in their beautiful studio on King Street.

Pick berries at Tincap Berry Farm. Have fun in the sun picking your own fresh berries to take home from Tincap Berry Farm.

Shop at the 1000 Islands Mall. With tons of parking, special events, and great deals to be found, stop by the mall to shop from both local and national stores.

Find out how Maple Syrup is made. Head to Gibbons Family Farm in Frankville to see how maple syrup is produced. Or if you are in town on Thursday or Saturday, stop by their booth at the Brockville Farmers’ Market to chat.

Tour the Brockville Museum. With interactive activities for kids and plenty of historical information and new displays to check out, this is the place to go to learn more about the history of the area. If you are a Brockville resident, admission is free on Fridays.

Tour Fulford Place Museum. Explore the grounds of this beautiful, historic, waterfront Mansion on a 1 hour guided tour.

Looking for more? Visit the events calendar on the Brockville & 1000 Islands Tourism website to help you plan your stay.

Planning to stay overnight? Check out our Packages page for deals on overnight stays that include your event tickets.

 

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