If you know you’re travelling to Timmins, Ontario but don’t know how you’re going to get here, we’ve got you covered. Here are some ways you can get to our City.
Drive to Timmins
Timmins is just over 700 Kilometers from either Toronto or Ottawa. A drive up North is not only a more cost-effective choice, but it also allows you to see and explore Northern Ontario. If you’re coming from Toronto, why not travel through Sudbury and make a stop with the family at Science North? If you’re travelling from Ottawa, stop in North Bay along the way and stretch your legs by hiking the beautiful Duchesnay Falls Trails. There’s plenty to see and do on your way to our City.
Fly to Timmins
Timmins is home to the Victor M. Power Airport which has flights daily from Toronto, Kapuskasing, Moosonee, Fort Albany, Kashechewan, Attawapiskat, Peawanuck, Waskaganish Attawapiskat, and Sudbury. You can reserve your flight to Timmins with Air Canada, Air Creebec, Bearskin Airlines or Porter Airlines.
Take the Bus to Timmins
Ontario Northland connects the City of Timmins with communities across Ontario. So instead of taking your own vehicle, you can sit back and relax and let someone else worry about the driving. Visit Ontario Northland’s website to plan your bus trip to Timmins.
Once You Get Here
And once you arrive in our wonderful City, we’d love for you to stay with us. Book your room at the Senator Hotel & Conference Center in Timmins here.