Take a walk on the wild side right in the middle of the city, when you book a flight from Sudbury to Timmins.
Gillies Lake, in the heart of the Timmins, offers wildlife viewing galore. A stroll along Gillies Lake Promenade, the most popular walking trail in the city, is an excellent introduction to this Northeastern Ontario destination. Natural history storyboards serve to help familiarize visitors with the area’s native plants and animals.
Cool off in the glacier-formed lakes of Kettle Lakes Provincial Park, one of Timmins’ best attractions. The thick pine forests and crystal clear waters of the Kettle Lakes are sure to bring your inner nature lover bubbling to the surface.
Timmins is a prime spot for other nearby all-natural northern getaways. It’s smooth sailing at Lady Evelyn Smoothwater Provincial Park, with a seemingly infinite amount of lakes. Fans of canoeing and portaging will love exploring and playing in this Provincial Park.
Dive into your next northern adventure at Ivanhoe Lake Provincial Park, where a great time in the water or along the soft waves is always a sure thing. As you relax on the sandy beach or wade through the sparkling waters, you’ll be treated to the tunes of Ivanhoe’s many songbird species.
Back in the city, the Timmins Museum National Exhibition Centre is a gold mine of regional artifacts and visual art. Dig deeper into Timmins’ mining history with the museum’s Costain Mineral Collection and the White Collection, featuring both authentic mineral specimens.
Book a flight from Sudbury to Timmins to uncover some hidden gems of Ontario’s natural beauty.
Flights from Sudbury to Timmins take you farther into Ontario’s awe-inspiring wilderness. Just 40 minutes from the city, Kettle Lakes Provincial Park is a hotspot for nature lovers with its outdoor fun, and some truly unique marvels.
Kettle Lakes Provincial Park gets its name from the 20 Kettle Lakes (out of 22 in total) spread throughout the area. These lakes were formed thousands of years ago when partially buried glaciers melted and left deep depressions in the land. The crater-like holes were eventually filled with water. Today, the lakes remain a defining part of the park’s incredible landscape.
This park is fun filled year-round. Summer ushers in a wide range of aquatic activities. If you enjoy canoeing, swimming, and hiking, Kettle Lakes is sure to be your cup of tea. On the other hand, favourite winter activities include hiking and cross-country skiing.
With so much to explore, you may want to extend your stay. Setting up camp in this park is easy with over 100 campsites. You’ll have even more time to familiarize yourself with the many eponymous lakes surrounded by secluded sandy beaches. You can also get better acquainted with the area at the visitor centre.
Fly from Sudbury to Timmins for a splash around in the Kettle Lakes and ample time for wandering through the untouched northern wilderness.
When you fly from Sudbury to Timmins, you’ll be able to indulge in quiet moments while surrounded by pristine natural beauty. Just 5 km north of Timmins, Hersey Lake Conservation Area offers just that.
The Hersey Lake Trail System is connected to the Timmins Recreational Trail Network (totalling an impressive 45 km). The area’s hiking and bike trails are well marked, making them easy to follow. Although Hersey Lake is popular with tourists and locals alike, its remote location makes it easy to find tranquil moments.
Within the area you’ll find lots to admire from several lookout points. Grosse Point and Jack Pine Lake are just a couple of noteworthy spots with incredible scenery. The boardwalks at Fisher and Tamarack Lakes are a great way to slow down after speeding around on the area’s hiking paths .
In the heart of this conservation area is Hersey Lake itself. Optimize your outing with a relaxing session on the sandy beach or a dip in the lake. Hersey Lake Conservation Area has something for everyone, from families looking for a refreshing, fresh air getaway, to outdoor daredevils in search of intense mountain biking trails.
Fly from Sudbury to Timmins where you can enjoy the northern wilderness of Hersey Lake Conservation Area, and brush up on your nature knowledge.
Fly from Greater Sudbury Airport (YSB) to Timmins Victor M. Power Airport (YTS), with a quick connection in Toronto. Sudbury to Timmins flight time is 2 hours and 10 minutes on average. Connection times vary. The distance from Sudbury to Timmins is around 920 km / 570 mi.
Enjoy complimentary drinks and snacks along the way.