Getting Here, Getting Around

Distance From Major Cities to Leeds Grenville (Township of Athens used as centre)

 Kingston, Ontario 74 km 46 miles 45 min
 Ottawa, Ontario 133 km 82 miles 1 hour (only 20 from North Grenville area)
 Toronto, Ontario 322 km 200 miles 3 hours, 15 min.
 Montreal, Quebec 225 km 139 miles 2 hours, 10 min.
 New York, New York 596 km 370 miles 6 hours

Drive, fly, take the train or come by boat: Leeds Grenville is situated between the larger centres of Kingston and Ottawa, is close to Toronto and Montreal, a few hours from Syracuse, New York State, and less than a seven-hour drive from New York City. Driving here is easy with the major thoroughfare Highway 401 running east-west across the Counties, with links to the U.S. and Highway 416 linking us to the Capital.

If you're not wanting to travel by car, getting here is easy by train with the main VIA Rail line running through, by bus (Megabus, Coach Canada and Greyhound) airplane or boat. VIA Rail has several stops per day in Brockville and limited stops in Gananoque. Two airports are located within the Counties: the Brockville 1000 Islands Regional Tackaberry Airport and the Rideau Lakes Aerodome. The nearest American airport is Ogdensburg, New York, with access via the Prescott-Ogdensburg International Bridge at Johnstown.

Cruising Leeds GrenvilleLeeds Grenville is a largely rural area where travel from community to community is typically by vehicle. In the larger urban centres and towns of North Grenville, Brockville, Gananoque, Prescott, Westport and Rideau Lakes taxicab service is available. Taxicab companies are not based in every small community but service is typically located nearby in one of these larger centres. The City of Brockville operates a bus transit system for travel within the city.

Boat rentals and cruises are very popular here. View the many things to do On The Water!

See more about Leeds Grenville transportation services and many useful links to some of these services on our Invest Transportation page.