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luwebby · 95 forum posts
Ontario, Canada
Oct. 24, 2010, 3:23 p.m.

We're planning a trip to Orlando with the family. We're looking for the best/fastest route. Any suggestions? Thanks.

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Wine-4-2 ·
Edited: Oct 24, 2010, 10:07 PM
Ottawa, Canada · 13,859 forum posts
#1 of 8 ·

Hi Luwebby,


Come Fall thru Christmas, this is a popular Question on the various ONTARIO and QUEBEC TRAVEL FORUMS… so it has been answered many times… rather than us all rehashing what has been said previously, I did a FORUMS SEARCH on your behalf (Remember the TA FORUMS are searchable… just type any keyword(s) into the SEARCH BOX found at the top of the List of Forum Topics).

Using the keywords – Driving to Florida – I came up with an extensive list of past topics in the ONTARIO TRAVEL FORUM. They are currently ordered by relevance (topics with the most usage of those 3 keywords)… If you click on SORT BY DATE, you can have them ordered with the newest to oldest.


Personally, I drive this route often… we head to the Southern USA a couple of times of year. And although I live in Eastern Ontario, and therefore closer to the US Interstates I-81 (1000 Islands Crossing) or I-87 (Crossing South of Montreal)… I must say that after years of analyzing ALL the routes and possibilities right across Quebec & Ontario… I do find that the I-81 has the fewest issues when it comes to weather. You still have to contend with Lake Effect Snow and the snowbelt around Eastern Ontario and NY State, but a lot less so than if you were drive closer to the Western Great Lakes (Detroit, Buffalo or Cleveland) or heading east towards Montreal and having to contend with an even wider scope of the snowbelt (I-87, I-89, or I-93 into the mountains of NY State, Vermont or New Hampshire). As well all of those Eastern Routes feed into I-95 at a far more northern location, so has to have to deal with the major Eastern Seaboard Traffic for Boston – NY City – Washington – Baltimore etc.

I-81 and once south of Watertown, NY weather becomes less of an issue. However there is also a bit of a risk of snow also in Pennsylvania as you go thru the Mountains… but this route is a lot better than those that go thru Western Pennsylvania where the temps are milder, and besides the snowbelt one also has to contend with the serious possibility of Freezing Rain.

I don’t know about you… but as a Canadian Driver… I am quite prepared, skilled and equipped to deal with snow… Freezing Rain is my biggest enemy for road weather… and will avoid it at all costs !!

Can give you some more tips, if you do choose the I-81 / I-95 Routing to Orlando… there are several bypasses and shortcuts that can cut out many of the traffic issues, and time too. Also have some good spots to stop overnight as well if you need those.



Tutman ·
Oct. 24, 2010, 11:19 p.m.
Toronto · 4,939 forum posts
#2 of 8 ·

I drive this route often. Basically, there are two popular routes, as follows:

1. QEW to Buffalo, then I90 to Erie, PA, then I79 south to Pittsburgh, then Penn. Turnpike to Breezewood, PA., then I70 to I95 thru Washington, continue on I95 to Daytona, Fl, then I4 to Orlando.

2. 401 to Detroit, then I75 south all the way to Ocala, Fla, then the Fla. turnpike to Orlando.

Both routes are 4 lane all the way, and about the same distance, give or take. I personally prefer #1 as it avoids alot of the big cities and alot of traffic (except thru the Washington area)

luwebby ·
Oct. 29, 2010, 11:14 a.m.
Ontario, Canada · 95 forum posts
#3 of 8 ·

Thank you!

Can you suggest a good half way point? We'd like to make it there in 2 days so we need to choose a town/city where we can rest for the night. Any suggestions?

Wine-4-2 ·
Oct. 29, 2010, 11:41 a.m.
Ottawa, Canada · 13,859 forum posts
#4 of 8 ·

Hi Luwebby,

Lol, I can tell you the half-way point (somewhere between 12 and 14 Hours of Driving Time) but that won’t be necessarily where you end up stopping.

A lot has to do with when you leave, what route you take, what are the weather issues, whether there are two of you driving (ONLY 1 and I highly recommend the 3 Day Itinerary).

I suggest that if you haven’t already that you also take a look at this recent topic entitled *November Trip to Tampa Florida* =…

Which has extensive info on the I-81 / I-95 Route… and what factors will come into play making this long trek (no matter what route you end up choosing).



Beermonger ·
Oct. 29, 2010, 1:26 p.m.
Mississauga, Canada · 1,738 forum posts
#5 of 8 ·

I prefer the I 75 route through Detroit-please see my response in the other thread listed.

On a recent trip to North Carolina about a month ago I went through Buffalo (I 90, I79, etc.) and found a frustrating amount of construction in several areas-so much so that I returned via the I 75 route. I suggest that you do some research on whatever construction is ongoing.

Wine-4-2 ·
Oct. 29, 2010, 2:04 p.m.
Ottawa, Canada · 13,859 forum posts
#6 of 8 ·

Hi Luwebby,

BEERMONGER brings up a good point.

On Mr Wine’s recent trek thru Pennsylvania (earlier this month) he said that it felt that the whole state was dug up with construction (is there are BIG Election forthcoming in that state? BEERMONGER different Interstates I realize… but PA, is that where you ran into it as well?)

You haven’t said when you are travelling… guessing as it is to Orlando with the kids, probably Christmastime.

At any rate you’ll want an Update on what is happening regarding road construction before you go.

Lol... one more thing to throw into the Pre-Trip Check List.



Beermonger ·
Oct. 29, 2010, 2:12 p.m.
Mississauga, Canada · 1,738 forum posts
#7 of 8 ·

New York State and Pennsylvania were terrible for construction during mid September.

The I 75 route has extensive construction between Dayton and Cincinnati but traffic seems to move through it at a reasonable rate IMHO.

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