48 King West

Brockville Ontario

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Kemptville Suites

Kemptville Ontario

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Attractions

Kemptville

Kemptville Market

Kemptville Farmers’ Market

The Market runs every Sunday from 12 to 4 pm from end of May to Thanksgiving.

We are a producers’ market providing seasonally available, locally grown or produced vegetables, fruit, beef, chicken, lamb, sausage, herbs, flowers, seedlings, baked goods, bread, beverages, crepes, honey, Indian and Thai cuisine, maple products, preserves, arts & crafts and more!

200 Sanders Street Kemptville, ON

1-855-225-9001 (toll-free)

Shopping in Merrickville

The main drag, St. Lawrence Street, is lined with gift shops, antiques stores and clothing boutiques.

Where to Eat

Grahame’s Bakery

Grahame’s Bakery

Home of the heritage wood burning oven in Kemptville Ontario Operating Since 1885. Grahame’s Bakery supplies bread, cakes, pastries, cookies, donuts and other delicious goodies to restaurants throughout North Grenville and beyond. You can also just drop by for a cinnamon bun or loaf of freshly-baked bread. They also have wonderful cakes for all occasions, made-to-order for that birthday, anniversary, or any special occasion.

115 Clothier St E, Kemptville, ON

613-258-2317

Salamanders

Salamanders of Kemptville is our exciting three-in-one destination overlooking the water in downtown Kemptville, Ontario. We have a restaurant side with a quiet, elegant ambiance, a pub side for those looking for a lighter atmosphere and a gorgeous outdoor patio for those who would like to enjoy our picturesque river setting come spring time.

28 Clothier St E, Kemptville, Ontario

613-258-2630

The Crusty Baker

The Crusty Baker

We are an artisan bakery that specializes in rustic, European-inspired breads and sweets.

16 Prescott St, Kemptville, On

613-215-0347

The South Bistro

The South Branch Bistro serves delicious Texas style foods prepared with fresh, locally sourced, and organic ingredients. They are also a destination live music venue that presents both the local and the best of today’s roots, singer-songwriter and Canadiana/Americana touring acts in their house-concert style listening room.

Our Hours :

Monday – Tuesday : CLOSED
Wednesday: 12pm – 9pm
Thursday-Saturday: 12pm-11pm
Sunday: 12pm-7pm

15 Clothier St. E.m Kemptville ON.

(613) 258-3737

Where to Play

Bowling

Kemptville Bowling offers a fun time of 5-Pin bowling, on a newly animated system. Along with bowling, you can try your skill on the pool table.

291 County Road 44, Kemptville, Ontario

613-258-3121

Hiking

Whether you want to cycle, walk, ski or snowshoe the picturesque countryside surrounding Kemptville awaits!

Kemptville, ON

Skating

All public skating takes place at the North Grenville Municipal Centre.

285 44, Kemptville, ON

Swimming

Kemptville has an outdoor pool during the summer months.

29 Reuben Street (Riverside Park), Kemptville.

613-258-5799

Tennis

There are four tennis courts in Riverside Park for public enjoyment. The courts are lit at night and are not locked.

Reuben Crescent, Kemptville, ON

Brockville

Blockhouse Island

Blockhouse Island is a year-round magnet attracting people from around the world. This island gem just out into the mighty St. Lawrence River at the eastern edge of the world-famous 1000 Islands.

Brockville Farmers Market

Locally grown produce and meats, local honey and maple syrup, local arts and crafts, home decor, clothing and more! Runs every Thursday and Saturday From 8:00 am to 1:00 pm May to December.

Freshwater Scuba Diving

Brockville has recently been named at the top of the list of the 5 best places to scuba dive in Canada. Brockville tops the list as we are known for our many shipwrecks and clear water, making the area a great place to dive and explore.

Trails

Get back to nature on a peaceful hike through the region’s most beautiful and scenic trails. Call up your friends/family, grab your pup, or take some “me time” and enjoy the outdoors how you wish!

Where to Eat

1000 Island Brewing Company

Nestled in Brockville just off the St.Lawrence River we took an old run down building from 1895
and transformed it into a brewery and pub. We also have a retail beer store that sells our canned craft
beer to the masses. Come by for a pint and a meal, brewery tour or sign up for one
of our brew school events.

Cosies, Traditional British Tea Room

We are passionate about what we serve whether it’s our signature pasties, traditional scones, jam and clotted cream or our fresh baked rolls (aka baps) with their delicious fillings.

Nakhon Thai Restaurant

Nakhon Thai is a family run establishment. All sauces, curries, appetizers, soups and main meals are created from scratch to ensure the freshest flavours possible.

Spitfire Café

Cafe, food, and music, with a retro twist!

From grilled cheeses, homemade soups and salads to coffee, tea, and desserts, we’ve got it all!

We specialize in vegan and vegetarian food and include a great variety of gluten free options!

The Georgian Dragon Ale House & Pub

Great pub food and Indian fare. The largest selection of draught beer in Brockville. Full selection of beer, wine & cocktails. Live music Thu, Fri, Sat. Great service. Great atmosphere. Join us!

The Noshery

We are a locally owned and operated fun, eclectic, and quality first restaurant. We don’t rush your time with us.
Our food is sourced from small, local sellers and local wholesalers.

Where to Play

1000 Islands and Seaway Cruises

1000 Islands and Seaway Cruises offers a high-speed catamaran, the ‘WildCat’ adding an adventurous alternative to the traditional sightseeing cruise experience. Or choose a more relaxing, comfortable and intimate cruising experience with one of a variety of traditional Sightseeing, Dinner Cruises and Special Events.

Brockville Arts Centre

Brockville Arts Centre offers live entertainment in the Heart of the 1000 Islands, encouraging the presentation of a variety of cultural and artistic entertainment. This beautifully restored heritage theatre is well known for its comfort, friendly staff and fine acoustics. The venue is fully accessible, licenced by the LLBO and has plenty of free parking.

Brockville Railway Tunnel

The Brockville Railway Tunnel is Canada’s first railway tunnel. Located beneath the city of Brockville, Ontario – construction on the tunnel began in September 1854, but was not opened for rail traffic until December 31, 1860.

Fulford Place

Fulford Place is a historic mansion in Brockville, Ontario. It was completed in 1901 for Senator George Taylor Fulford, a Canadian businessman and politician. The home is now a historic house museum reflecting Edwardian era decorations.

The 1000 Islands Ontario’s Aquatarium

The Aquatarium is a 33,000+ square foot climate-controlled aquarium and discovery centre on the shores of the St. Lawrence River! We offer a full range of interactions & activities for kids, teens and adults, as guests are encouraged to experience life in the 1000 Islands region.

Where to Shop

Downtown Brockville Shopping

Within walking distance, downtown Brockville is alive and vibrant with over 300 thriving businesses lining the picturesque streets. When it comes to finding the best places for Brockville shopping, downtown has everything you could want.

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