Boat in Wolfe Island

Wolfe Island Car Ferry

Getting to Wolfe Island on the free car ferry is half the fun: the 20-minute trip affords views of the city, Fort Henry and islands. On the Kingston side, the ferry terminal is at the intersection of Ontario and Bar…
Ferry in Wolfe Island

Horne's Ferry

Horne's Ferry crosses the 11km between Alexandria Point on the island's southern side and Cape Vincent, New York, USA (10 minutes). You need your passport for this international crossing.
Shuttle in Algonquin Provincial Park

Parkbus

Parkbus offers limited summer express departures from Toronto to several Algonquin accommodations and the West Gate. Journey time is around three to four hours. Check the website for the latest schedules, and book a…
Airport in Ottawa

Ottawa MacDonald-Cartier International Airport

The state-of-the-art Ottawa MacDonald-Cartier International Airport is 15km south of the city and, perhaps surprisingly, is very small. Almost all international flights require a transfer before arriving in the capi…
Bus in Morrisburg

Megabus

On request, Megabus will drop passengers at the entrance to Upper Canada Village, a 500m walk from the main site, on its run between Montréal and Toronto via Cornwall, Brockville and Kingston. Megabus does not pick …
Bus in Brockville & Prescott

Megabus

Megabus runs daily buses to Toronto (from $36, four hours, three daily) and Montréal ($31, 2½ hours, three daily). Buses depart from the southwest corner of Stewart Blvd (Hwy 29) and Jefferson Dr, just off Hwy 401 a…
Bus in Ottawa

Central Bus Station

The central bus station is just off Queensway (Hwy 417), near Kent St. Several companies operate bus services from the station, including Greyhound with services to Toronto (from $67, 5½ hours, eight daily).
Bus in Kingston

Kingston Bus Terminal

The Kingston Bus Terminal is 1km south of Hwy 401, just west of Division St. Megabus offers several daily services to Toronto (from $31, three hours) and Montréal ($26, 3¼ hours). Greyhound offers a daily bus to Ott…
Train in Ottawa

VIA Rail Station

The VIA Rail Station is 7km east of downtown, near the Hwy 19/Riverside Dr exit of Hwy 417. Trains run to Toronto ($109, 4½ hours, 10 daily) via Brockville and Kingston, and to Québec City via Montréal ($114, two ho…
Train in Kingston

Kingston Train Station

Kingston train station is about 300m east of where Princess St and John Counter Blvd meet. Several daily trains run to Montréal ($96, 2¾ hours), Ottawa ($87, 2¼ hours) and Toronto ($99, 2½ hours).