Directions

From Toronto and points east the fastest, most direct route is north on Hwy 410, which changes into Hwy. 10 about 30 minutes north of Toronto. Significant towns along the way are Orangeville, Shelbourne and Markdale, but you’ll notice they get smaller and further apart the farther north you come.

About 2 hours north of Toronto you’ll pass through the hamlet of Holland Centre. Continue on to County Road 40.
Turn right (east) on County Road 40, well signed.
Take the second left (north) which is Concession 3A.
Russet Hill is about 4 km north, on the right. Look for fire number 457137.

Beware the GPS that puts you on a gravel road!
GPS systems do not track the quality of roads beyond major cities so they often simply take the most direct route be it pavement, gravel or an undeveloped cow track. Stay on the main road  little longer, the voice in the box will get over it.

From Kitchener and points west the simplest route is north on Hwy 6 although if you’re good with maps or a GPS here are some less traveled back roads that are quite decent and a fair bit quicker.

Travel north to small town of Chatsworth.

Hwy ‘s 6 and 10 merge at the north end of Chatsworth.
About 100 metres beyond the merge turn right (east) on Massie Road, well signed.
Take the second left (north) which is Concession 3A.
Russet Hill is about 2 km north, on the right. Look for fire number 457137.

From Collingwood follow Hwy 26 north past Leith to County Road 40, well signed.
Turn left (west) onto county road 40, well signed.
Travel 25 about minutes, past signs for Walters Falls, Strathaven and Massie.
Turn right (north) on Concession 3A.
Russet Hill is about 4 km north, on the right. Look for fire number 457137.