Head west on King Street until you reach 390 and the Isabel is left and down the hill. If you reach Sir John A. Blvd & Kingston Pen, you’ve gone too far.
Take the Sir John A. exit (615) and follow Sir John A. south to King Street (which is about 10 minutes, at the final set of traffic lights before the lake — you’ll see the notorious Kingston Pen straight ahead and slightly to the right). Turn left (east) onto King Street West and continue to 390 King Street West, located on the right hand side.
The Isabel has limited parking. There is a lot at the back of the Isabel, but it will fill up quickly. There is now parking available in the Corrections Canada lot adjacent to the bottom of the Isabel lot. Both have self-serve, pay and display parking that is $5 for the evening.
Pay and display parking is also available in the Providence Care lot at 340 Union (St Mary’s of the Lake Hospital), where they have 80 (unmarked) spots for those attending events at the Isabel. At the SW corner of the lot there is a walkway onto Ellerbeck and a pedestrian activated traffic light at the top of the driveway down to the Isabel so you can cross King Street safely.
There is free street parking on the neighbouring streets.