The city is bisected by the Queen Elizabeth Way (QEW), which runs from Toronto to Buffalo. It also links to major 400-series highways to access points north, east, and west of St. Catharines.
40 miles from Buffalo. Cross at the Peace Bridge, Rainbow Bridge or the Queenston/Lewiston Bridge, follow the QEW towards Toronto. Exit at Ontario Street for downtown St. Catharines.
230 miles from Detroit. Follow the Detroit Windsor tunnel to Canada and continue on your route to Niagara.
Via Rail and Amtrak offer a combined service to St. Catharines – one train from Toronto, New York City and Cleveland through Niagara Falls each day. Station opens 30 minutes prior to train arrival times and closes 30 minutes after departure. Tickets must be pre purchased. No ticket sales available at station. Reservations and tickets can be purchased online or by phone. E-boarding passes can be printed using self-service kiosk inside the station. Call 1.888.842.7245 48 hours in advance for wheelchair lift requests. Checked baggage service not offered, visit viarail.ca for more information on carry-on baggage. Located on Great Western Street off St. Paul Street West.
Hamilton International Airport, Pearson International Airport (Toronto), and Buffalo International Airport (Buffalo, NY) are the closest commercial airports. Niagara District Airport in Niagara-on-the-Lake is primarily for private and charter aircraft. Airbus and taxi service are available from all airports. Visit www.flygta.com for information on how to easily fly into or out of Niagara!
If you are boating or sailing into St. Catharines, the city has many marinas offering transient docking and repair facilities.
Transient dockage available.
Dalhousie Yacht Club
t. 905.934.8325 ext. 24
80 Lighthouse Road St. Catharines
200 Broadway Avenue St. Catharines