Ontario travellers now have access to state-of-the-art amenities when travelling on Highway 400 southbound, with the official opening of the Innisfil Service Centre. The new site is located 5 km north of the previous Cookstown facility which has been closed permanently.
This is ONroute’s 20th and last new build in a world-class system focused on traveler safety, convenience and selection across Ontario Highways 400 and 401. The modern and fully accessible service centre provides travellers with eco-friendly, family- friendly and pet-friendly facilities that include fuel and food services, a convenience store, improved truck facilities, tourism information and washrooms.
Travellers will find healthy eating options, free Wi-Fi, comfortable dining seating, modern and accessible low waste washrooms, a two-hectare seasonal picnic area with accessible picnic tables and a year-round designated pet exercise area. Guests will find a pleasing mix of both local and national favourite brands such Tim Horton’s, New York Fries, Starbucks, Burger King and M Market.
Filling up the tank and purchasing a grab-and-go item are also easily done through the Canadian Tire Gas+ full service gas station and retail facility. Canadian Tire Gas+ gas stations can be found at all ONroute Service Centres.
The new Innisfil Service Centre incorporates an overall design which is similar to the other 19 ONroute locations in terms of appearance and principle, with a striking upward sloping roof and high-peaked corner, and ground-to-roof windows beneath; while the rest of the building’s external walls are wrapped in stacked natural rock.
Steven Del Duca, Minister of Transportation recently toured the ONroute Innisfil Service Centre and was joined by Gord Wauchope, Mayor of Innisfil.