Directions to Camp
Cross the Champlain Bridge (at the north end of Island Park Drive) into Quebec. Pass the first set of lights at the end of the bridge and proceed straight ahead to the next set of lights. Turn left. You are now traveling westbound on Highway 148. Proceed for approximately ten minutes into Aylmer. Passing Tim Horton’s on your right, proceed until a set of traffic lights where a park is on your right and City Hall is on your left. Turn right at these lights, which places you on Eardley Road (the continuation of Highway 148). Stay on this highway for approximately 30 minutes, proceeding past Luskville and beyond the four-lane stretch. Look for a sign on the right side of the highway reading “SOD – Mountainview Turf Farms”. Approximately two minutes past this sign, as you come over an overpass turn left onto a gravel side road called River Road/Chemin River. As you veer left on the gravel road, turn right at the first entrance off this road, which is the main gate of Camp B’nai Brith of Ottawa.
Travel west from Montreal until you reach Highway 417 West. Continue on this highway through the centre of Ottawa, until you reach the Island Park Drive North exit. Proceed off at this exit and continue on Island Park Drive, past the Parkway and continue straight over the Champlain Bridge. From there, follow the directions set out above, “FROM OTTAWA”.
Travel east on Highway 401 until you reach the Highway 416 North exit at Prescott, Ontario. Continue on this highway approximately 40 minutes to the connection to Highway 417 East, in Ottawa. Continue on Highway 417 East until you reach the Carling Avenue, Kirkwood Avenue exit. Proceed off at this exit and turn left at the first traffic lights, which is Kirkwood Avenue. Proceed north as far as you can on Kirkwood, which ends at Richmond Road. Turn right onto Richmond Road and proceed to the second set of traffic lights, which is Island Park Drive. Turn left onto Island Park Drive. Continue on Island Park Drive, past the Parkway and continue straight over the Champlain Bridge. From there, follow the directions set out above, “FROM OTTAWA”.