Escape to the Township of Brock

Nestled on the shores of Lake Simcoe and the Trent-Severn Waterway, the Township of Brock offers a serene getaway characterized by its quaint countryside. Explore the historic hamlets, shoreline parks, and small-town charm of this welcoming community.

Lake Simcoe is the Ice Fishing Capital of North America

Ice fishing is easily one of the most quintessential Canadian experiences. This winter, we invite you to gather your friends around a frozen hole in the dead of winter and wait for the adrenaline rush that accompanies the tell-tale tug of a fishing line.

Breathe it in

The Township of Brock is an agricultural hub comprised of scenic landscapes and Victorian-era heritage villages located an hour and a half northeast of Toronto, Ontario. Deemed Ontario’s small-mouth bass capital, Brock provides an abundance of recreation opportunities for each season of the year.

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Backroads of Brock

Take a moment.

Explore the galleries of artists inspired by the wind, the waves, and the wheat. Pause to watch the honeybees float between flowers. Indulge in the harvest drawn from sugar maples and loamy hills. Savour the subtle sounds of abundant life.

Eat. Play. Stay.

Explore the rich history, culture, and activities, and discover why residents and visitors choose Brock.

Red Door


Whether you’re looking for a quaint bed and breakfast or a campsite getaway, Brock offers hospitable amenities for your overnight visit with nice picturesque views.

Night Ice Fishing


Explore the extensive trail system, visit the historical museums and art galleries or spend the day fishing on Lake Simcoe in the Smallmouth Bass Capital of Canada.

Cafe Beaverton


The Township of Brock is an agricultural community bursting with local farm-fresh flavours.

Bird Art


The Township of Brock offers a unique retail experience with its vast selection of boutiques and shops.