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Township of Brock

Leave the city behind and escape to the Township of Brock. Deemed Ontario’s small-mouth bass capital, this getaway offers beautiful and quaint countryside delights with century-old architecture for visitors to enjoy each season. 

Located on the scenic shoreline of Lake Simcoe and the Trent-Severn Waterway, this family-friendly community abounds with recreational opportunities. In the summer months, spend the day fishing, boating, participating in water sports or exploring the extensive trail network. After a day of recreational activities, soak up the sun and relax on one of Brock’s public beaches. As the temperature drops, ice hut operators in Beaverton provide various package deals and accommodations to ensure year-round fishing pursuits along the shores of Lake Simcoe.

Take a step back into history at the Beaver River Museum. The museum features a mid-late 1800s brick house and an old stone jail complete with three restored cells. History enthusiasts will also appreciate the Centennial Museum in Cannington which contains the authentic Brandon Cabin and an 1870s railway station. Additionally, the Sunderland and District Historical Society operates a museum containing an extensive genealogy of pioneering families.

After a day of adventures in Brock, put your feet up at one of the local bed and breakfasts and discover the community’s hospitality.

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