Top 7 road trips from Fort Erie

Fort Erie to Cleveland
starting from Fort Erie
51 minutes → Dunkirk
1 hour → Erie
1 hour → Geneva
1 hour → Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum
5 minutes → Cleveland


4 hours of driving
Fort Erie to Pittsburgh
starting from Fort Erie
51 minutes → Dunkirk
53 minutes → Findley Lake
41 minutes → Edinboro
1 hour → Grove City
1 hour → Strip District
5 minutes → Pittsburgh

4.5 hours of driving
Fort Erie to Detroit
starting from Fort Erie
1 hour → Burlington
39 minutes → Brantford
47 minutes → Ingersoll
1.5 hours → Ridgetown
1 hour → Lakeshore
31 minutes → Detroit

5.5 hours of driving
Fort Erie to Baltimore
starting from Fort Erie
1 hour → Letchworth State Park
1.5 hours → Watkins Glen
58 minutes → Mansfield
51 minutes → Williamsport
53 minutes → Selinsgrove
51 minutes → Harrisburg
1.5 hours → Baltimore
7.5 hours of driving
Fort Erie to Columbus
starting from Fort Erie
1 hour → Fredonia
46 minutes → Findley Lake
1.5 hours → Geneva
56 minutes → Cleveland
46 minutes → Akron
1 hour → Ohio State Reformatory
1.5 hours → Columbus
7.5 hours of driving
Fort Erie to New York City
starting from Fort Erie
1 hour → Letchworth State Park
1.5 hours → Watkins Glen
58 minutes → Owego
2 hours → Wilkes Barre
1 hour → East Stroudsburg
1 hour → Summit
34 minutes → New York City
8 hours of driving
Fort Erie to Montreal
starting from Fort Erie
1 hour → Burlington
1 hour → Toronto Zoo
1.5 hours → Lake Ontario
1.5 hours → Kingston
2 hours → Potsdam
1.5 hours → Smoke Meat Pete
33 minutes → Montreal
9.5 hours of driving

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