In the vicinity of the Caledon Equestrian Pan Am Park (CEP), temporary traffic changes will be in place during the Games. Plans are subject to change, so be sure to visit regularly for the latest information. Expect heavier traffic volumes on all area roads.

There is no parking at the park. Spectator parking will be available off-site, at Albion Hills Conservation Area. A shuttle will operate between the park-and-ride facility and the venue.

If you can, take advantage of carpooling. There is no transit available for this venue.

Try to arrive early, especially for weekend events, to avoid wait times and typical “cottage country” traffic on Highway 400.

If you are close enough, try walking or cycling to the event; please note that the routes leading up to this venue will not be pedestrian-friendly.

• Pine Ave will be closed at Highway 50 from July 7 to July 25.

• The Caledon Trailway will be closed between Mont Hope Rd and Pine Ave.

• There will be no parking on the following streets around the venue between July 6-25, from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.:

– Mount Hope Rd

– Buckstown Trail

– Pine Ave

– Birch Ave

– Munro St

– Brawton Dr

– Church St E

– Quail Ridge

– Edgewild Dr

– Rowley Dr (close to Mount Hope Rd)

– Dr. Reynar Rd (close to Mount Hope Rd)

– Maple Lane

– Wallace Ave

– Dolan Dr

– Westview Cr

– Wallace Ave

– Pineridge Dr

– Maple Lane

– Gibson Lake Dr (between Hwy 50 to east of Albion Hills Dr)

– Indiana Dr (close to Mount Hope Rd)

– Patterson SRD between Brawton and Hwy 50

• No stopping on Highway 50 between Duffy’s Lane and Highway 9 from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

• No stopping on the east side of Hwy 50 between Pine Ave and Birch Ave and 1 hour parking on the west side.

• Signal timing changes at the following intersections may result in longer than normal wait times at traffic lights:

   – Highway 400 Northbound Off-Ramp and Highway 9

   – Highway 9 and Magnum Road