Project Overview

St. Lawrence Parks Commission has launched a multi-year project to restore its Brown’s Bay Beach site along the Thousand Islands Parkway in Mallorytown, Ontario. The first phase of the restoration includes key infrastructure upgrades including new accessible, gender-neutral washrooms and changerooms, a new canteen, a reconstruction of a portion of the seawall, and a new and improved septic system.

This revitalization project represents a key investment in the Brown’s Bay infrastructure and sustainability. Brown’s Bay is the first SLPC beach to undergo revitalization, as part of planned upgrades to all parks, fulfilling strategic objectives set out in SLPC’s new strategic plan, Strengthening our Foundation for a Sustainable Future (2021-2026). When the construction is complete, the revitalized park will be an asset to the community, and a highlight for visitors to the area.

Overlooking the rock face from Brown's Bay Beach

August 25, 2022

Work on the first phase of the revitalization project continues

New accessible, gender-neutral washrooms, a new canteen, and a new and improved septic system all on the way.

July 19, 2022

Summer Update

St. Lawrence Parks Commission is pleased to confirm that the seawall construction at Brown’s Bay Beach is complete.

April 26, 2022

Construction Progress Update on Revitalization at Brown’s Bay Beach

St. Lawrence Parks Commission’s Strategic Infrastructure Revitalization Plan in Full Swing at Its Oldest Park in Mallorytown, Ontario.

November 8, 2021

Restoring Brown’s Bay Beach

Infrastructure Investments Will Optimize Guest Safety, Accessibility and Experience at Treasured Spot Along the Thousand Islands.