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Brockville is situated on the banks of the beautifull St. LawrenceRiver. The city was named after General Issac Brock. It is also home of the famous "Pink Pills for Pale People" manufactured by George Fulford. His home is still standing today.
The Brock Trail is a 8 km scenic pathway, part of the Ontario Waterfront Trail that runs along Brockville's beautiful waterfront and through city parks. The trail also moves north following Butler's Creek and Buell's Creek with the trail ending on Centennial Rd. at the southern border of the Mac Johnson Wildlife Area. Trails are paved and can accommodate bicycles, roller blades, wheelchairs, and strollers.You might also want to visit the Brockville Railway Tunnel, Blockhouse Island, or one of the other parks along the river. Swimming, scuba diving, or just relaxing in one of the riverfront parks are popular activities. An Interactive Map of the trail can be found here.