Wakefield (Quebec)

Wakefield is a picturesque village on the Gatineau River in the Gatineau Hills near Ottawa. It is on the Quebec side of the river but is predominantly English-speaking.

Get in

By Car: Take any bridge from Ottawa to Gatineau but the Macdonald Cartier bridge from King Edward Street is the most direct. Take Highway 5 to Maniwaki. Go North About fifteen minutes past the Casino exit. Take Exit 28 and Wakefield Exit at the immediate roundabout. The Main Street is just down the hill. Total trip time from Byward Market area is about 20 minutes.

By Bus: Greyhound goes from the Ottawa bus terminal to Wakefield once per day and takes about 1 hour and 15 minutes. A return ticket is about $15.

See

Walking trails around Wakefield.

Do

Tourist Attractions

Outdoors

Buy

Eat

Drink

Sleep

Inns & Bed and Breakfast

Le Moulin, 2007

Motels

Go next

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