Map & Directions - Lloydminster and Vermilion campuses

Lloydminster is located on the Alberta-Saskatchewan border. The thriving border city has a population of 25,000.

Accessible by car and bus (Greyhound), there is no passenger train service to Lloydminster. There are some regularly scheduled flights to the Lloydminster airport from Calgary through Central Mountain Air. Edmonton and Saskatoon International Airports are the closest major airports.

Vermilion is located on the Yellowhead Highway 190 km east of Edmonton at the junction of Highway 41. Our campus has been on the south west side of the town since 1913. 

Vermilion is accessible by car and by bus (Greyhound). There is no train service or scheduled airlines. The closest major airport is the Edmonton International.
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Driving Directions to Lloydminster
From Highway 16 (travelling west from Saskatoon)
  • Coming into Lloydminster from the east (travelling west on the Yellowhead Highway 16)
  • Continue westbound on Highway 16 (Ray Nelson Drive) to College Drive (60 Ave)
  • Turn left on College Drive (60 Street)
  • Continue south along College Drive (it will become 59 Ave), past the Bud Miller All Season's Park.
  • Instead of following the curve (becoming 25 Street), turn right to continue to Lakeland College (it will be on your right) along 59 Ave.  
From Highway 16 (travelling east from Edmonton)
  • Continue east on Highway 16 (Ray Nelson Drive) to College Drive (60 Ave).
  • Turn right on to College Drive.
  • Continue south along College Drive (it will become 59 Ave), past the Bud Miller All Season's Park.
  • Instead of following the curve (becoming 25 Street), turn right to continue to Lakeland College (it will be on your right) along 59 Ave.
From Highway 17 South
  • Coming into Lloydminster from the south (travelling north on Highway 17/the Meridian/50 Ave)
  • Turn left on 12 Street and go west. You will pass the Servus Centre (recreation complex) .Turn right (north) on 59 Ave
  • Access to Lakeland College will be just after the housing development
From Highway 17 North 
  • Coming into Lloydminster from the north (travelling south on Highway 17/Meridian). You have a couple of bypass options. To miss the downtown and Yellowhead traffic take one of the bypass routes--67 St or 62 St.
  • Both merge into 62 Ave which becomes College Drive (60 Ave) on the south side of the Yellowhead Highway.
  • • Just after Bud Miller Park, instead of following the curve (becoming 25 Street), turn right to continue to Lakeland College (it will be on your right) along 59 Ave.
Driving Directions to Lloydminster downloadable pdf.
Lloydminster Maps
Download a letter sized version of the map by using the City of Lloydminster map link or by clicking on the image. If you'd like a map with more streets and landmarks, use the Lloydminster tourism map (pdf).
 
Lloydminster Campus Map
Download a complete Lloydminster campus map (pdf) or click on the image for the same pdf.
 
Campus Building--Main Level Floor Plan
Download and print the floor plan of the main level of our Lloydminster campus building. Or, click on the floor plan graphic for the pdf.
 

Campus Building - Upper Level Floor Plan
Download and print the floor plan of the upper level of our Lloydminster campus building. Or, click on the floor plan graphic for the pdf.
 

Driving Directions to Vermilion
From Edmonton:
  • Take the Yellowhead, Highway 16, east. From the eastern outskirts of Edmonton, it’s less than a 2 hour drive.
  • Take the overpass (Highway 41) into Vermilion from Highway 16.
  • Turn left at the first lights on College Drive.
  • Continue along College Drive. Lakeland College’s main campus is on the left side of the road. The entrance to the Emergency Training Centre is on the right.

From Saskatoon:
  • Take the Yellowhead, Highway 16, west. From the western outskirts of the city, it’s around a 3 hour drive.
  • Take the overpass (Highway 41) into Vermilion from Highway 16.
  • Turn left at the first lights on College Drive.
  • Continue along College Drive. Lakeland College’s main campus is on the left side of the road. The entrance to the Emergency Training Centre is on the right.

From Calgary via Edmonton:
  • Take the Queen Elizabeth II (Highway 2) north
  • As you approach Edmonton’s outskirts, you will look for a sign Anthony Henday east (Highway 216).
  • Take 216. You’ll be gradually changing from east to north as you travel around Edmonton. You will be looking for the Yellowhead east exit to Vegreville and Lloydminster.
  • Take the Yellowhead east exit to the Yellowhead (Highway 16). From here it’s less than a 2 hour drive to Vermilion.
  • Take the overpass (Highway 41) into Vermilion from Highway 16.
  • Turn left at the first lights on College Drive.
  • Continue along College Drive. Lakeland College’s main campus is on the left side of the road. The entrance to the Emergency Training Centre is on the right.

From Calgary (cross-country, all paved roads):
Unless you need to stop in Edmonton on your way to Vermilion, there is a cross-country route. The drive is about 5 hours.
  • Take the Queen Elizabeth II (Highway 2) north to Wetaskiwin
  • Take the Highway 13 exit to Wetaskiwin and the follow the signs through the city to go to Camrose
  • Go all the way through Camrose. At the east end of town take Highway 26 to Viking. This is a left turn.
  • When you reach the junction of Highway 14 at Viking, make a right turn on to Highway 14. You’ll be on Highway 14 until just past the east end of the town. Watch for the junction with Secondary 619. This will be a left hand turn. (You’ll also have a quick turn just after the railroad tracks to travel east)
  • Take Secondary 619 to Highway 41. This road will go east, jog north and go east again.
  • At Highway 41, you’ll turn north (left) and go straight into Vermilion.
  • Turn left at the first lights on College Drive to get to Lakeland College. Lakeland College’s main campus is on the left side of the road. The entrance to the Emergency Training Centre is on the right.
Vermilion Driving Directions printable pdf
Town of Vermilion Map
Download a letter sized version of the map by using the Town of Vermilion map link or by clicking on the image.
 

Vermilion Campus Map - New 2018
Download a letter sized version pdf of the Vermilion campus map (pdf),  or click on the image.
 







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