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Located on the east shore of Lake Simcoe and the Trent-Severn Waterway, the Township of Brock is only a one-hour drive from Toronto and offers beautiful countryside, shoreline parks, historic hamlets and villages.

Brock Township is home to almost 12,000 people and is made up of a number of small rural communities and provides a high quality of life and a safe place to live and work. 


In 1974, as part of the municipal restructuring around the creation of the Regional Municipality of Durham, Brock was amalgamated with Thorah Townshipand the villages of Beaverton and Cannington to form the new Township of Brock.

Smaller communities in the township include Ball Subdivision, Blackwater, Cedar Beach, Creightons Corners, Derryville, Gamebridge, Layton, Maple Beach, Port Bolster, Pinedale, Saginaw, Sunderland ,  Thorah Beach, Vallentyne, Vroomanton, Wick and Wilfrid.


Beaverton is the largest community and commercial centre of Brock. Here you’ll find several stores, services and entertainment facilities.

Situated at the mouth of the Beaver River, Beaverton, Ontario is the largest urban centre in the Township of Brock with a population of approximately 3,500 permanent residents. Over the summer months Beaverton welcomes a large influx of cottagers and tourists who come to enjoy the small town charm, numerous events and Lake Simcoe, the fourth largest lake entirely within the boundaries of the province of Ontario. In the winter months Beaverton becomes the centre of one of the most active ice fishing locations in North America. The Beaverton Fall Fair and the Beaverton Canada Day celebrations are just two of the exciting events offered annually during the warmer months.


Cannington, Ontario, home to approximately 2,000 residents, is nestled on the shores of the Beaver River. There are numerous restaurants and a variety of specialty and general stores downtown. Local volunteers and service groups organize many exciting events  events  throughout the year including the Cannington Dog Sled Races and Canada Day celebrations.


Sunderland, Ontario is located at the southern end of  Brock Township.  Surrounded by prime agricultural lands Sunderland is home to approximately 1,200 residents. There are many interesting and unique stores, restaurants and galleries to enjoy all year round. Sunderland hosts many events including the Sunderland Maple Syrup Festival in the spring and the annual Sunderland Agricultural Fall Fair in early fall.


Deemed Ontario’s small-mouth bass capital, this family-friendly community features many recreational opportunities. In the summer months, spend the day fishing, boating, participating in water sports or exploring the extensive trail network.

The  Beaverton Harbour Park  and  beach  is a great place to spend the day! There is ample parking, a splash pad, a walkout pier and a family style restaurant. You can also walk downtown to find a variety of shopping and dining options.

In the winter season, the waterfront is a popular spot for snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling and ice fishing. Local ice hut operations at the harbour take groups out to experience ice fishing on Lake Simcoe.

Cannington offers tennis courts, lawn bowling, a museum operated by the Cannington Historical Society, gazebos, two baseball diamonds, playgrounds, the fifth largest skateboard park in Ontario, basketball courts, arena & community centre, curling club, and a nature walking trail.

There are 10 public parks to explore in the Township of Brock and many trails to hike to enjoy the amazing scenery.

If you are looking to play a pick-up game with friends, the Township of Brock has a variety of baseball diamonds and soccer fields available for public use.


The Township of Brock is part of the  Durham District School Board (DDSB)  and the  Durham Catholic District School Board (DCSB) .

If you are interested in post-secondary education, you can attend  Durham College  and take courses through  Durham Continuing Education .

Elementary Schools

DDSB operates the following elementary schools in the Township of Brock:

DCSB operates the following elementary school in the Township of Brock:

High Schools

Brock High School  is the only high school in the Township of Brock.

Arts and Culture


The Township of Brock has a vibrant and growing arts and culture scene. Beaverton Town Hall Players

The  Beaverton Town Hall Players  perform a variety of shows throughout the year including, musicals, mysteries and comedies. Sunderland Lions Club Community Theatre Group

The  Sunderland Lions Club Community Theatre Group  performs popular music for community audiences each year.

The  Sunderland Lions Club Music Festival  offers music classes and puts on stage performances.


The Township of Brock has a variety of dining options available including restaurant, café and take-out options.


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