CONTACT & DIRECTIONS
We are three hours from Toronto and Ottawa, and just 3.5 hrs from the Thousand Islands Border crossing in New York. Just a short drive to FUN!
Prefer to read your directions? These are directions from the major approaches to our dogsledding, snowmobiling, and horseback tours just ourside of Maynooth Ontario. If you have any troubles, CONTACT US & we will help!
Take Hwy 12, then at Atherley turn onto Hwy 45. Follow #45 until you get to Kinmount, then jog onto 503 and follow that to #118. Follow 118 to the flashing yellow light. From there you have the choice of turning right and taking the 118 out to HWY 28, and stopping in Bancroft for last minute supplies, or following the 648 around to #10, which skirts the southern boundary of Algonquin Park. There is a left turn onto 10 just after Harcourt, don’t miss it! This drops you in Maynooth at the end. This route is a lovely back road that is paved, and there are wildlife sighting opportunities. (watch for Moose at night!) When you get to HWY 62, turn left, follow it about 100 yards into Maynooth. You will see a Woods Gas station on the corner of Hwy 127 and 62. and you will turn left at the Wood Gas station onto HWY 127. We are the second road, at the top of the first hill. It’s called East lake Road, and there is a Cemetery on the corner. Turn right onto East Lake Road, and follow East Lake Road to #239. You can’t miss it, we are about a km down on the left side, and the arena is clearly visible.
There are two ways, one is to take the 407 and then head up to 7A and run across through Port Perry until you reach HWY 115 North. Then just follow the directions below.
The cheaper way is to take HWY 401 to HWY 115 North (just after Bowmanville) When you get to the junction of HWY 115 and HWY 7, turn right and follow HWY 7 until you see the Coffee Time donut shop. Turn left on that corner onto HWY 28 North, and follow that to Bancroft. From Bancroft, take HWY 62 north until you get to Maynooth. In Maynooth, you will turn left at the Wood Gas station onto HWY 127 North. We are the second road, at the top of the first hill. It’s called East lake Road, and there is a Cemetery on the corner. Turn right onto East Lake Road, and follow East Lake Road to #239. You can’t miss it, we are about a km down on the left side, and the arena is clearly visible.
There are two ways you can take, the quicker way is to take Hwy 417 to Renfrew. Take the last exit, which is Bruce Street. Turn left onto Bruce, and follow it until you get to HWY 60. There is a Tim Horton’s, a Wendy’s, and a gas station with cheap gas on that corner! Grab a coffee then turn right onto HWY 60 and follow it to Eganville, and on to Barry’s Bay. When in Barry’s Bay, there is a three way stop at the junction of HWY 60 and HWY 62. Follow HWY 62 South to Maynooth. Once in Maynooth, you will see a Woods Gas station. Turn right at the gas station, and that is HWY 127 North. Follow that to the second road, top of the first hill. It’s called East Lake Road, and there is a Cemetery on the corner. Turn right onto East Lake Road and follow it to #239. you can’t miss us, it’s about a km down on the left, and the arena is clearly visible.