- The list below includes 25 free or cheap things to do in or near Brockville, Ontario, including 34 different types of inexpensive activities like Historic Buildings, Bike Paths, History Museums and Nature & Wildlife Areas.
- From Brock Trail to Fulford Place, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Brockville and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Alexandria Bay.
The Brock Trail takes Brompton visitors through a scenic area featuring trees, shrubs, and flowers. The path also takes its walkers near local establishments, including restaurants, cafes, and a grocery store.
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The first of its kind built in Canada, the Brockville Railway Tunnel offers visitors the opportunity to walk deep into the historic underground passage. The site features informative plaques that highlight the location's past.
Featuring wetland, field, and forest terrain, the Mac Johnson Wildlife Area offers the opportunity for visitors to go hiking, skiing, and canoeing. The location also features picnic tables and a nature center with a wood stone.
A historic building that is connected to the oldest jail still in use in Canada, the Brockville Court House overlooks the local area and the St. Lawrence River. One of the highlights of the building is its architectural design.
With the construction began in 1900, the Boldt Castle & Yacht House was supposed to have 120 rooms, on 6 floors. Since construction stopped in 1904, it was never truly finished. It is now a museum accessible by water taxi, and which can be rented for special events.
The historic Boldt Castle is a castle that is only accessible by water and features 120 rooms, tunnels, a powerhouse, Italian gardens, and a drawbridge. The castle was built in 1900 and also has a children's playhouse.