Located in Essex County, Leamington remains one of Southwestern Ontario’s vital and growing small towns. With a present population of 16,850, Leamington is part of a much larger community known as the Sunparlour Region. The population of this combined region exceeds 42,000, with Leamington as the main supplier of goods and services.
Take exit 48 south onto HWY 77. There will be signs for Point Pelee National Park and Leamington at this exit. You will travel through Comber, Staples, Blytheswood and arrive in Leamington. HWY 77 becomes Erie Street in Leamington. Follow Erie Street south through Leamington toward Lake Erie. The Seacliffe Inn is located on the left hand side of Erie Street at Robson Road, just before you reach Leamington Dock.
AT THE TUNNEL exit, turn left on to Park Street. Turn left again onto Ouellette Avenue. Travel south on Ouellette, which becomes Dougall. Continue south to the end of Dougall (you will see a Canadian Tire on your left). Shortly thereafter, veer right for Howard Ave. Do not enter HWY 401. Continue south to HWY #3, and turn left onto HWY 3. From here there will be signs for Leamington.
When you leave the bridge follow the signs for HWY 3. You will be on Huron Church Road, which becomes HWY 3. Either way, now follow HWY 3 for approximately 30-40 minutes. At the intersection at HWY 77 (there is a set of lights), turn right onto Erie Street, and follow it through the town of Leamington toward Lake Erie. The Seacliffe Inn is located on the corner of Erie Street and Robson Road.