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Scenic travel through Ontario's Bluewater regions is possible by many modes other than cars. Ontario's ferries carry passengers and vehicles across Lake Erie to Pelee Island and from Sandusky, Ohio, or across Lake Huron between Tobermory and Manitoulin Island. Park bus service runs from Toronto to Bruce Peninsula National Park or Grundy Lake and Killarney Provincial Parks during summer. Via Rail train service runs from Toronto through to Sudbury and beyond for wilderness excursions via the historic Budd Car. Boat cruises, water taxis and rental boats can access remote waterways and picturesque islands. Bush plane air services can take you to any lake or river large enough to land a float plane. Bike rentals give you easy and economical mobility around a community.

 


Chi-Cheemaun Ferry (South Baymouth) - Owen Sound Transportation Co.
Cruise across Georgian Bay aboard the MS Chi-Cheemaun. This passenger and vehicle ferry provides daily sailings from mid-May to mid-October, connecting passengers to Manitoulin Island for a special family vacation or relaxing getaway. See historic sites and stunning vistas while sailing between Tobermory and Manitoulin Island. The ferry has complete cafeteria service, a children's play area, indoor and outdoor lounges and a gift shop-news stand. The Chi-Cheemaun also offers passengers live entertainment, from Traditional Storytelling to live concerts along with three-course, gourmet dinners,
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Sudbury Aviation
We are a short drive away, only 4 hours North of Toronto or 3.5 hours East of Sault Ste. Marie.  A 30 to 40-minute flight in the reliable bush plane, a DeHavilland Beaver will land you at one of 14 different lakes.  Enjoy nature at its finest, the best of fly-in sport fishing, hunting, relaxation and tranquility surrounded by pristine wilderness.  Stay in your own private cabin fully equipped with bunk beds and kitchen; outhouse facilities and sauna bath houses are in each camp. We pride ourselves on providing comfort, warmth and cleanliness as well as well maintained boats,
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Pelee Island Ferry Service - Leamington Terminal
The Pelee Island Transportation Company services the Island from mid-March until Mid-December, offering vehicle and transportation services on its two ferries, the MV Pelee Islander and the MV Jiimaan. With departures at Leamington from mid-March until the end of July, at Kingsville from August until mid-December, and at Sandusky from the end of April until mid-October, ferry service is available from both Canadian and United States ports. Make sure to check your departure location, and don’t forget to make a reservation for your vehicle! A dozen and more factors made Pelee Island and
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CPR Swing Bridge
The one and only CPR Swing Bridge in Little Current is the only land link to Manitoulin Island, which was originally built to handle railway traffic in 1914. Its unique design allows it to swing open every hour on the hour, stopping highway traffic to allow tall boats to pass through the channel. The power line towers that span the channel are also the tallest in Ontario. The Manitoulin Tourism Information Centre has both boat dockage and parking to allow visitors a good look at the bridge from the Waterfront Trail. Nearby Turner Park, located at Walcot Street and Campbell Street junction,
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Pelee Island Ferry Service - Pelee Island Terminal
The Pelee Island Transportation Company services Pelee Island from April 1 until mid-December, offering vehicle and transportation services on its two ferries, the MV Pelee Islander and the MV Jiimaan. With departures at Leamington from mid-March until the end of July, at Kingsville from August until mid-December, and at Sandusky from the end of April until mid-October, ferry service is available from Canadian and United States ports. Make sure to check your departure location, and don’t forget to make a reservation for your vehicle! A dozen and more factors made Pelee Island and the
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Pelee Island Ferry Service - Kingsville Terminal
The Pelee Island Transportation Company services Pelee Island from April 1 until mid-December, offering vehicle and transportation services on its two ferries, the MV Pelee Islander and the MV Jiimaan. With departures at Leamington from mid-March until the end of July, at Kingsville from August until mid-December, and at Sandusky from the end of April until mid-October, ferry service is available from Canadian and United States ports. Make sure to check your departure location, and don’t forget to make a reservation for your vehicle! A dozen and more factors made Pelee Island and the
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Chi-Cheemaun Ferry (Tobermory) - Owen Sound Transportation Co.
Cruise across Georgian Bay aboard the MS Chi-Cheemaun. This passenger and vehicle ferry provides daily sailings from mid-May to mid-October, connecting passengers to Manitoulin Island for a special family vacation or relaxing getaway. See historic sites and stunning vistas while sailing between Tobermory and Manitoulin Island. The ferry has complete cafeteria service, a children's play area, indoor and outdoor lounges and a gift shop-news stand. The Chi-Cheemaun also offers passengers live entertainment, from Traditional Storytelling to live concerts along with three-course, gourmet dinners,
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