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"car or bike" North Huron Transportation Tip by davecallahan

North Huron Transportation: 1 reviews and 1 photos


Getting to North Huron is best by car but once you are here you can use a bike or (if you are really in shape) walk to nearby sights like Chimney Bluffs or Sodus Bay or Wolcott which are all within a four mile radius.

To get to North Huron by car just take route 104 (Seaway Trail Road) to Ridge Road (old 104) and take Ridge Road to North Huron Road and go north. Route 104 and Ridge Road are high-traffic roads that are kept clear in all seasons but all the secondary roads are narrow two-lane roads that are often snow-drifted in the winter.

The speed limit in most of the area is 55mph except through the residential areas where it is reduced to 30mph but you must be watchful for farm equipment on the secondary roads because they travel much slower.

There are no car rental places within 25 miles of North Huron so if you need to rent a car you would have to go as far south as Newark to find a place (Enterprise, 833 West Union Street, 315-331-1122). The same can be said of taxi service (Newark, 315-332-3619).

If you happen to be coming to the area by boat on Lake Ontario, there are several marinas in Sodus Bay (Skipper's, 7061 Lake Bluff Road, 315-587-9797 and Fowler's, 9276 Leroy Island Road, 315-587-9767). You can hike or bike to Chimney Bluffs from there.

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  • Updated Jan 1, 2008
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