Directions

St. Andrews is just a 30-minute drive from the border crossing between Calais, Maine and St. Stephen, New Brunswick. From Route 1, between St. Stephen and Saint John, take either of the clearly marked exits onto Route 127.

Driving from the Saint John Airport (about 1.5 hours):
•Take Hwy 111 (marked ‘to Rothesay’) to Hwy 1 West
•Follow Hwy 1 West through Saint John and down the coast to St. Andrews exit (Exit 25)
•Take Hwy 127 into the town of St. Andrews by-the-Sea

Driving from the Fredericton Airport (about 2 hours):
•Take Hwy 7 South to Hwy 1 West
•Follow Hwy 1 to Hwy 127 (Exit 25)
•Follow Hwy 127 into the town of St. Andrews by-the-Sea

Driving from Saint John, New Brunswick (about 1.25 hours):
•Take Hwy 1 West to Hwy 127 (Exit 25)
•Take Hwy 127 South into the town of St. Andrews by-the-Sea

Driving from the U.S.A. (about 30 minutes from international border):
•Cross U.S./Canada border into St. Stephen, New Brunswick and take Hwy 1 East to Hwy 127 South (Exit 39)
•Follow Hwy 127 into the town of St. Andrews by-the-Sea

Transportation

St. Andrews is easily accessible by car, air or rail. There are three international airports in New Brunswick: Saint John (1.5 hour drive from downtown St. Andrews); Fredericton (1.75 hours) or Moncton (2.5 hours). Alternatively, the Bangor, Maine airport is also 2.5 hours distant. Rail service is available to Moncton where you would need to rent a car to complete your journey to St. Andrews by-the-Sea.

There are three international airports in New Brunswick, and one across the border in Bangor, Maine. There is also an airfield capable of handling small jets (15 passengers or fewer) in St. Stephen, NB, just 30 minutes from St. Andrews.

Saint John International Airport www.saintjohnairport.com
Fredericton International Airport www.frederictonairport.ca
Greater Moncton International Airport www.gmia.ca
Bangor International Airport www.flybangor.com
St. Stephen Airport Giddens Memorial (506) 465-8024

US travel information: Travellers to and from Canada are required to have a passport or other secure, accepted document.  For more information, visit the Government of Canada Website.