Community sports for children
Many children in Canada are introduced to recreational sports at a young age. When a child belongs to a sports team, they usually practice 2-5 times a week, depending on how competitive the team is. Recreational sports are a great way for children to remain physically active, meet new friends, develop athletic skills, and learn how to be a contributing member of a team.
Belonging to a recreational sports team can be expensive. There are services offered by local organizations to make it possible for all children to participate in sports. Making Play Possible can help with financial support for you and your family if you cannot afford to register your children in recreational sports.
Brockville Soccer Club (football)
Brockville Youth Football (North American football)
Community sports for adults
Community sports are also a great way for adults to meet new friends and get involved in their community. There are local sports organizations that will place you on a team even if you do not know anyone else in the league. Sometimes your team will plan social activities outside of the scheduled games.
Brockville Road Runners (recreational and competitive jogging club)
Staying active is essential to your health. There are fitness centres in Leeds & Grenville where you can pay a monthly or annual fee to be a member and can use the facilities (cardio machines, weightroom, gymnasium and other equipment) whenever the centre is open.
Curves Brockville (women only)
Goodlife Fitness Brockville (women only)
Gananoque Family Fitness Centre
130 King Street East, Gananoque
New Gananoque Iron Station
9 King Street East, Gananoque