Get a deep breath of fresh air with flights from New York to North Bay.
This welcoming city is packed with quaint attractions and aquatic fun. Trout Lake is great for canoeing, waterskiing, and swimming. Meanwhile, Lake Nipissing is perfect for fishing, sailing, and enjoying gorgeous sunsets.
Cruise along the waters of Lake Nippissing aboard the Chief Commanda II, complete with three levels and an open-air top deck. This vessel is a tourist favourite for its dining and music cruises against scenic backdrops of the Manitou Islands, the Upper French River, and North Shore.
Back on dry land, North Bay attractions are all about family-friendly activities. Start at the Discovery North Bay Museum, located in a historic Canadian Pacific Railway Station. The museum houses carefully curated collections, focused on local history, that are sure to pique your interest.
Near the waterfront, you’ll also find the North Bay Heritage Railway and Carousel. The railway was built in the early 1990s in honour of North Bay’s original railroads, constructed to settle and develop the area. Today, the Heritage Railway’s fleet of miniature trains includes 19th century steam locomotive replicas that bring kid-conductors for rides around the area.
Little ones will also love the ornately decorated Heritage and Winter Wonderland Carousels. Meanwhile, grown ups can wave from the sidelines or enjoy lakefront views and annual cultural events like film and gallery hop festivals.
On summer long weekends, head to the Waterfront and Lee Park for huge headliner concerts, country singing contests, and an array of family-friendly activities. More fun for all ages awaits at North Bay Waterfront Park with sailboat regattas and live music.
Book a flight from New York to North Bay for incredible views, local history, and lakeside fun.
Flights from New York to North Bay land you in the perfect spot for great Canadian adventures.
Less than a two hour drive from North Bay. Algonquin Provincial Park is a scenic hub of nature, culture, and exciting outdoor recreation.
The options for exploring Algonquin Provincial Park are endless. Hike and bike your way through the wonders of the northern wilderness with a multitude of trails of varying difficulty. Or, watch the native wildlife from afar, or get a little wild yourself with whitewater canoeing and backcountry camping.
Novice mountain bikers of all ages can enjoy a scenic work out on the Old Railway Bike Trail. This 16 km path can be accessed from several designated campgrounds and takes bikers past lakes, lush forests, bridges, and historic railways.
Meanwhile, mountain biking experts can rise and pedal to the challenges of Minnesing Mountain Bike Trail and Byers Lake Mountain Bike Trail. Both trails offer challenging terrain, hilly sections, and obstacles.
Algonquin Provincial Park is also home to over one thousand lakes and streams. You can canoe, kayak, paddle boat, windsurf or just dive in for a good old-fashioned swim.
When the water freezes over, the wilderness is still yours to explore with dog sledding, cross-country, and backcountry skiing. The park even has some indoor activities. Stop by the Algonquin Visitor Centre to learn more about the area or visit the Logging Museum and Algonquin Art Centre for a look into the area’s history and the art it has inspired.
Fly from New York to North Bay for a break from the city and a chance to get in touch with nature at Algonquin Provincial Park.
Fly from New York to North Bay and trade in Manhattan skyline views for spectacular sunset views over Lake Nipissing.
Lake Nipissing’s most popular attractions are its unspoiled beaches. The lake itself is popular for its many shallow and warm areas, which appeal to families with small children. Soak up some northern sun at Marathon Beach or Silver Beach right in North Bay, or at Links Beach in the nearby town of Callander.
Lake Nipissing is also perfect for fishing, boating and sightseeing. There are even islands and unique geological features like Callander Bay and Manitou Islands, which are considered volcanic pipes.
As you cruise along the roads around the lake, you’ll pass through the picturesque countryside and charming small towns. For a taste of local history, check out the town of Nipissing and the Nipissing Museum. Housed in a late 19th-century log church, this small museum features genealogical records and pioneer artifacts.
Finish off your Lake Nipissing explorations with some true northern relaxation. Hop aboard the Chief Commanda II for a dining cruise, panoramic views of the lake, and incomparable sunsets.
Fly from New York to North Bay to discover the popular attractions and hidden gems on and around Lake Nipissing for yourself.
Fly from Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) to North Bay Airport (YYB), with a quick connection in Toronto. New York to North Bay flight time is 2 hours and 10 minutes on average. Connection times vary. The distance from New York to North Bay is around 845 km / 525 mi.
Enjoy complimentary drinks and snacks along the way.
Porter’s check-in desk is located in Terminal B, on the second floor.
Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) is about 27 km / 16 mi from midtown Manhattan.
Please allow sufficient time to drop off your car rental before your departing flight.
Taxis and car service from Manhattan cost about $75 USD.
Take a NJ Transit train to the EWR (Newark Airport) terminal. The airport's free Air Train will then take you to Terminal B for your Porter flight..
Several NJ Transit buses run to Newark Liberty International Airport. For more information, visit the NJ Transit website.
The Newark Airport Express shuttle bus provides service to the airport from several stops in New York City. The fare is $16 USD.
North Bay Jack Garland Airport (YYB) is about 8 km / 5 mi from downtown North Bay.
Car rental services are available in the airport terminal of North Bay Jack Garland Airport (YYB).
Taxis to downtown cost about $20 CAD.
Take the North Bay City Transit 6 Hornell bus from the pick-up at the transit terminal. The fare is $3.00 CAD.