Getting Here and Around
Oxford County is conveniently located in Southwestern Ontario where two major highways (401 and 403) meet. It’s just 90-minute drive from downtown Toronto and two hours from border crossings at Buffalo, Detroit and Sarnia. Our largest communities include the City of Woodstock and the towns of Tillsonburg, Ingersoll, Norwich and Tavistock. Once you get off of the highway, follow our country roads to new adventures.
Coming to Oxford County is easy regardless of your transportation choice. With Highway 401 running through the heart of the county, it's just a short drive from Kitchen-Waterloo as well as London.
Via Rail provides service in Woodstock and Ingersoll
Air Tillsonburg Airport is located in Oxford. For commercial flights London, Waterloo and Hamilton are a short drive away. Toronto's Pearson Airport in Toronto is 80 minute drive. Billy Bishop Airport in downtown Toronto provides quick access to Via Rail service to reach Woodstock or Ingersoll
Electric Vehicle At the Quality Inn & Suites 580 Bruin Blvd Woodstock you will find a Tesla Supercharger station as well as level 2 & 3 chargers. Other public charging stations can be found in Ingersoll, Tillsonburg & Drumbo. Visit plugshare.com to search for EV chargers along your route including at numerous accommodations.
Public Transit Woodstock has a full bus service and Tillsonburg has a TGo service. Ingersoll, Tillsonburg, and Woodstock all have cab service available.
Bike If travelling by bike consider travelling on the Trans Canada Trail through the south of the County or taking one of our proposed cycling routes. Find details at RideOxford.ca