Residents and visitors will find many things to do at the Township of Brock waterfronts all year around. Whether it’s cruising the waterways, casting your fishing line, getting active with water sports, or picnicking on the sandy shores, experience fun activities at Brock’s freshwater beaches. The Randy Skinner & Family Splash pad and the Brock Accessible Kayak Dock are sure to provide fun for the whole family. Once the lake freezes, the fishing scene picks up with hundreds of huts scattered across the lake.
Beaverton Centennial Park/Farm Forum
Beaverton Centennial Beach is located at the intersection of Concession 9 and Shoreline Road (Regional Road No. 47). The park includes a large picnic area, sandy beach, playground and ample parking.
Situated on the shore of Lake Simcoe, the north side of the harbour offers a small picnic area, washrooms, and parking space along the water. The north side is also home to the independently owned and operated Beaverton Marina. The south side of the harbour has a modern playground area, beaches, public washrooms and a large picnic area. A boat launch and docking slips are also available for public use. The harbour has ample parking, a walk-out pier and family style restaurant.
In the winter season the harbour is a popular spot for snowshoeing, cross country skiing, snowmobiling, and ice fishing. Local ice hut operations are located at the harbour to take groups out to experience ice fishing on Lake Simcoe.