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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.


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