Charming heritage homes and buildings, Canada’s First railway tunnel, and beautifully landscaped waterfront parks define Brockville’s contribution to the shores of the St. Lawrence River. Historical photo plaques describe early years when railways and industry dominated the waterfront.
- Travelling towards Quebec (east) along King Street, it’s easy to miss the entrance to the stunning off-road trail that follows the water’s edge. Watch for Rotary Park on the north side of King Street. Just as you cross the bridge over Buell’s Creek, turn north on to Gilmour St. Turn to your left to find the trail that follows Buell’s Creek. Take the Trail south to get to the waterfront.
Brockville is part of the Frontenac Arch Biosphere Reserve: