Entertainment and Tourism
The Clarence-Rockland Museum is located in a building that was once a school, and houses over 5,000 artifacts including newspapers, books, photographs, documents, tools and equipment, clothing, military objects, and furniture. Various displays provide information about local sports history, Rockland’s early history, genealogy, archives, local art, military history, Inuit culture, and natural history. The Clarence-Rockland YMCA-YWCA features a fitness centre, a pool, a cycling studio, a children’s pool, a gymnasium, and locker rooms. Classes and programs at the centre include yoga, group cycling, swimming, fitness, personal training, and day camps for kids.
Parks in Rockland include Alphonse Carrière Park, which has a ball field, a basketball court, a playground, an outdoor ice rink, horseshoe pits, a soccer field, and outdoor tennis courts; Simon Park, featuring a ball field, a playground, a skateboard park, an aquatic park, an outdoor ice rink, and outdoor tennis courts; Cheney Park, with a basketball court, a playground, an outdoor ice rink, a shelter, and soccer fields; Richelieu Grande-Rivière Park, which has a basketball court, a playground, an outdoor skating rink, and a shelter; du Moulin Park, featuring boat launches and docks, a playground, greenspace, and picnic tables; and Cathy-Cain Park, with a basketball court, a playground, an outdoor ice rink, a walking trail, a shelter, and soccer fields.