From Stratford – 20 minutes
From Toronto – 2 hours
From Kitchener – 35 minutes
From London – 30 minutes
From Sarnia – 40 minutes
From Windsor – 2.5 hours
From Detroit – 3 hours

Driving times are to the boundaries of Huron County at posted speed limits.

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From Toronto:

Take Highway #401 west out of Toronto; travel west of #410 until you reach Kitchener, then follow sign to highway #8 or the Stratford Festival. Take Highway #8 through New Hamburg, Stratford and Mitchell; once you each the hamlets of Dublin and St Columban, you are in Huron County. Highway #8 will take you directly to Goderich and the Lake Huron shoreline.

From London:

Take Richmond Street or Highway #4 north out of London. Travel north on #4 and when you reach the Town of Exeter, you are in Huron County.

From Sarnia:

Take Highway #402 east from Sarnia until the turn off for Highway #21 to Forest. Stay on Highway #21, travelling north until you reach Grand Bend, which is the south limit of Huron County. Highway #21 travels the shoreline of Huron County, north through St. Joseph, Bayfield, Goderich, Port Albert and Amberly.
From Amberly on on Highway #21, you are in Bruce County heading for Kincardine and points north.

From Windsor:

Follow Highway #401 East until London. Exit at Wellington Road North and follow until Horton Street; turn left on to Horton and then right on to Richmond Street. Take Richmond Street or Highway #4 north out of London. Travel north on #4 and when you reach the Town of Exeter, you are in Huron County.


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