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Toronto Pearson International Airport Guide

Toronto International Airport

With flights coming from all parts of the world, Toronto Intl Airport is the principal gateway to the country for overseas visitors. The nation's biggest airport is in Mississauga and about 20 minutes from central Toronto. Renting an RV after arrival enables you to start your Canadian odyssey straight away.

There are three RV-friendly campgrounds close to Toronto as well as other options close to the north shore of Lake Ontario. Toronto is the capital of Ontario Province and as such is packed with a variety of cultural and entertainment venues. A walk through the heritage Distillery District provides a taste of yesteryear.

Having your own vehicle provides an easy means of exploring the Canadian Great Lakes and even taking a trip down to the majestic Niagara Falls. National parks such as Algonquin are longer trips, yet provide wonderful activities and the chance of communing with nature. There are plentiful beaches for summer days. The long stretch of soft sands at Wasaga on Georgian Bay is a true delight.

Attractions

The centre of Toronto radiates out from Nathan Phillips Square. The New City Hall is a landmark that towers over the square. The Art Gallery of Ontario is a short walk and houses a splendid collection of 80,000 artworks. Other museums in the downtown area include the Royal Ontario Museum and the Hockey Hall of Fame.

The Casa Loma is a must-visit city site. This palatial mansion features staterooms full of antique furniture and objets d'art. It also contains a vintage car collection and has five acres of beautifully maintained gardens. The Don Valley Brick Works have been restored. The addition of ponds and gardens has turned the old quarry and factory into another great visitor attraction.

The Scarborough Bluffs rise dramatically above Lake Ontario and are an unmissable sight. The Canadian Warplane Museum is close to the west end of the lake. Niagara-on-the-Lake is bit farther round the shoreline and an ambient spot to spend a few hours dining or shopping for souvenirs.

Camping

Indian Line Campground is an easy drive from the airport and the ideal base for trips into Toronto itself. A shop, a laundromat, a children's playground and a swimming pool are among onsite amenities at this well organised facility.

Albion Hills Campground is set amid rolling countryside and forest. It takes around 40 minutes to get to this campsite. Access to activity venues and a lovely swimming pool as well as facilities like a shop and a laundry ensure this remains a favourite holiday base.

Olympia Village RV Park & Campground is close to Hamilton. Offering a large swimming pool and playground as well as a snack-bar, it is a great venue to park your RV up for a few nights.

Driving

When planning to travel secondary routes in rural Ontario it is better to start off with a full tank of petrol. Traffic in towns in the Great Lakes can be heavy but is lighter on highways and secondary routes. Driving in Canada is on the right. The limit for alcohol and driving is 0.08 per cent.

  • City speed limits: between 60 and 80 kph.
  • Speed limits on national highways: 110kph.
  • Help number: 911
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