The Township of Brock is located on the east shore of Lake Simcoe. The municipality represents three distinct urban areas, numerous hamlets, and beautiful countryside.

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Welcome to Brock

The Township of Brock is home to Beaverton, Cannington, and Sunderland, as well as numerous hamlets, and beautiful countryside. Brock Township’s location on Lake Simcoe and the Trent-Severn Waterway make it a popular destination for tourists – both summer and winter.

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Located where the shores of Lake Simcoe and the mouth of the Beaver river meet, is historic Beaverton. Over the summer months Beaverton welcomes a large influx of cottagers and tourists who come to enjoy the small-town charm, the lake, Beaverton Harbour & Harbour Park. In the winter months Beaverton becomes the centre of one of the most active ice fishing locations in North America.

Downtown Beaverton streetscape with trees in the fall.


On the shores of the Beaver River, you’ll find charming Cannington. Downtown Cannington is home to quaint shops and services and the Cannington Town Hall. Local volunteers organize many exciting events throughout the year including Canada Day celebrations and the Cannington Haunted Trail.

Charming buildings in Downtown Cannington


Downtown Sunderland is the heart of a rural agricultural community. River Street is marked by the historic Sunderland Town Hall (1871), unique stories and local eateries. Nature lovers will appreciate the close-by Beaver River Wetland Trail and Conservation Area. Locals and visitors alike gather for the annual 100-year-old Sunderland Agricultural Fall Fair, Sunderland Maple Syrup Festival and the Sunderland Lions Music Festival.

Downtown Sunderland Town Hall with a charming post clock in foreground


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