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Getting to The Wandering Dog Inn

Getting Here

LOCATION:  Surprise!!!  Pelee Island is a big island in the middle of great lake.  Getting here requires planning.  American friends – don’t forget your ‘sport.

Directions to the Ferry docks

(We don’t want you wandering quite yet):


We strongly recommend you follow @peleeferry on TWITTER for any up to the minute ferry schedule changes due to inclement weather or mechanical failure of our ferry service.


From the West: Windsor and Western USA

Take Huron Church Road from Windsor or from the Ambassador Bridge.
Follow this for 10 kilometres to the 401 junction and take Highway 3 East towards Leamington.

For Leamington ferry docks: Follow Hwy 3 east to Hwy 77, turning south (RIGHT).
The road ends at the ferry docks.

For Kingsville ferry docks: Follow Hwy 3 east to Division Road, turning south (RIGHT).
Follow through town to the lake. Ferry docks are a block to the east (LEFT).

From the East: Ontario, Eastern USA, and points North

Take Highway 401 West from Toronto and points East.
Exit south at Highway 77 (Leamington exit).

For Leamington ferry docks:Follow through Leamington.
The road ends at the ferry docks.

For Kingsville ferry docks: Follow Highway 77 to Highway 3.
Turn west (RIGHT) and follow Highway 3 to Division Road, turning south (LEFT).
Follow through town to the lake. Ferry docks are a block to the east (LEFT).

GET HERE BY FERRY: The Pelee Island Transportation Company services the Island from mid-March until Mid-December, offering vehicle and transportation services on its two ferries, the MV Pelee Islander II and the MV Jiimaan. With departures leaving Leamington from mid-March until the end of July, and Kingsville from August until mid-December, and Sandusky from the end of April until the last weekend in September, ferry service is available from both Canadian and United States ports.
Make sure to check your departure location, and don’t forget to make a reservation for your vehicle BOOK WELL IN ADVANCE.
Call the Pelee Island Transportation office at 1-800-661-2220, or visit for schedules and fares.

The most southerly international airport in Canada is found on Pelee Island with coordinates and radio frequency found in the Flight Supplement Manual. Offering a 3,300 foot paved runway, both private aircrafts and regular flying schedules use the Pelee Island Airport.
REMINDER: The Pelee Island Airport is an official port of entry into Canada. If travelling from the USA a valid Passport is required.
Scheduled Flights: The Pelee Island Transportation Company offers regularly scheduled flights during the winter months and can be contacted at: 1 (800) 661-2220 or 1 (519) 724-2115 for more information.
The Griffing Flying Service offers daily year round service from Port Clinton, Ohio to Pelee Island and other Lake Erie Islands.
For reservations, call (419) 734-5400. Private Aircraft: Private aircrafts should contact the airport manager if information is required. Monday to Friday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at (519) 724-2931
Located in the North Bay of Pelee Island, Scudder Marina offers all the essentials and more for day or overnight stays. Safe sandy beaches, great fishing and diving are all available in the area or simply enjoy the solitude and amazing sunsets.
N 41 49.00 W 82 39.40
Monitors VHF 68
Telephone: 519-724-2377
Reservations are not a must but are recommended for weekends.
Store Hours are Monday through Friday 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m through the summer season.
For our American guests, you will need a valid passport.