The City of Timmins is centrally located in Northeastern Ontario in a rich mineral-producing area. Nestled along the Mattagami River, Timmins is the destination of choice for those in search of a unique vacation experience. In the summer, the annual Great Canadian Kayak Challenge and Festival is a one-of-a-kind event with kayak and stand up paddleboard challenges, live concerts and fireworks. Fine resorts, endless outdoor recreation, interesting tourist attractions and four distinct seasons make Timmins a must see destination year round.
With over 500 lakes, rivers and streams, an abundance of canoe and kayak routes and unlimited hiking, biking, cross country and snowshoe trails, you are never more than a stone’s throw away from that ultimate outdoor adventure. Witness the beauty of the northern night sky and enjoy the star gazing or seasonal Northern Light viewing opportunities.
No matter what time of year you find yourself in the City with a Heart of Gold, its beauty, history and legendary northern hospitality will delight you.
Timmins Victor M. Power Airport (YTS) is located approximately 11 kilometers north-northwest of Timmins’ business district.
Location of Porter check-in desk: departures near security checkpoint A.
Taxis to downtown cost approximately CAD $25
Car rentals are a convenient way to independently navigate the city. A variety of rental companies service the area, click here for further details.
The information and ﬁgures above are for reference only, and may not be current. Please visit each airport's website for up-to-date details.
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