Secondary Highway 599 -

Highway 599 is Ontario's northern most highway, leading from Highway 17 at Ignace to the remote gold mining region of Pickle Lake.  In addition to being Ontario's northern most highway, it is also Ontario's longest secondary highway.  This long highway was unaffected by provincial downloading.

Secondary Highway 599 Shield

  Southern Terminus:  Junction Highway 599 in Ignace

Northern Terminus:  Central Patricia

Length:  291.6km

Multiplexes:  None

Orientation: North-South

Regions Served: Kenora and Thunder Bay Districts

AADT (2002):  Highest:  1,000, from Pickle Lake Road to Central Patricia;

                             Lowest:  120, from Highway 642 to north of the Black Sturgeon River bridge.

Road Info:  Not available


Highway 599 information:  

Detailed Route information available below
Virtual Tour of Highway 599 (Coming Soon!)   History of Highway 599
Photographic History of Highway 599

Communities and Intersections along and Highway 599 from South to North:

Proper Municipality Name Community Name Distance Intersecting Road
Township of Ignace Ignace 0km / 291.6km King's Highway 17
District of Kenora ----- 11.2km / 280.4km Sandbar Lake Provincial Park
District of Kenora Silver Dollar 59.5km / 232.1km Secondary Highway 642
District of Kenora O'Briens Landing --- -----
Kenora District - Thunder Bay District Boundary ----- 94.7km / 196.9km -----
District of Thunder Bay Savant Lake --- -----
District of Thunder Bay ----- 135.5km / 156.1km Secondary Highway 516
District of Thunder Bay ----- 222.9km / 68.7km Austin's Road & Pashkokagan Lake Road
Thunder Bay District - Kenora District Boundary ----- 246.9km / 44.7km -----
District of Kenora Mishkeegogamang --- -----
Township of Pickle Lake ----- 291.0km / 0.6km Pickle Lake Road
Township of Pickle Lake Central Patricia 291.6km / 0km -----
Highway 599 ENDS

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