Cruise the Coast
7.5 hours, 350.7 km/217.91M | The winding roads along Lake Erie’s shoreline are some of the most scenic to be found in all of Canada, leading past spectacular lookouts, lighthouses, wind turbines and great shopping and dining opportunities.
Ride the Windsor Essex Peninsula
3.25 hours, 140 km/ 87M | A sea of greenery…a paradise of produce…a waterway of immense pleasure and opportunity… trails on the forefront of outdoor captivation and retreat. These are just some of the snapshots of life which can be easily created in Windsor Essex Pelee Island.
Oil Heritage Tour
Hub & Spoke Route
2.25 hours, 85.1 km/ 52.9M | 200 years ago one of the most important events in American and British history happened along the banks of the Thames River right here in present-day Chatham-Kent. Follow the newly established Tecumseh Parkway which begins at the Historic St. Peter’s Church nestled on the…
Experience Elgin County
2 hours, 110 km/ 68M | Your Elgin Experience begins with a drive through picturesque villages. Moving south, you discover the jewel of Port Stanley.
3 hours, 213K/132.35M | Middlesex County straddles Canada’s busiest highways #401 and #402, and surrounds the City of London. Middlesex County is a collection of communities, landscapes, and attractions that dot the hamlets, villages, and towns throughout Middlesex County.
Our Rural Routes Are Showing
3.5 hours, 198 km/ 123M | Oxford County straddles Canada’s busiest highways. 401 and 403. You’ve heard of the famous Woodstock festival. Well there’s a whole lot going on in Oxford. We’re big on local food, great spots to eat, lots of choices in places to stay, great live entertainment,…
Friday the 13th Route
1 hour, 65 km/40M | Motorcycle enthusiasts will find this route is well travelled every Friday the 13th (PD13) or for quick jaunts to Port Dover for a spin on the bike.
Ontario’s Garden Route
1.5 hours, 92 km/57M | Escape the city and head South – to Ontario’s South Coast. Cruise through the picturesque town of Waterford and enjoy antiques, local foods and some of the history of the area.
Grand River Route
2 hours, 85 km/53M | As you leave the hustle and bustle of the city behind and head toward the scenic Grand River, one of our few Canadian Heritage Rivers, prepare yourself for breathtaking views of a waterway that contains over 50% of all fish and species found in Canada.
Cruise the St. Clair River & Lake Huron Shore Route
2.5 hours, 130K/80.7M | Navigate miles of scenic shorelines along the St. Clair River & the Shores of Lake Huron. Located on the sparkling blue waters of Southern Lake Huron and the beautiful shores of the St. Clair River, Sarnia-Lambton is the perfect travel destination.