If the idea of a cross-country road trip stopping at only chip trucks and road-side French fry stands sounds like your idea of a fine time, you wouldn’t be the first.
The Fry Guys behind the Trans-Canada Fryway have made it their mission to rate every chip truck along the Trans-Canada Highway. And, they’ve already completed the Ontario leg of the trip, meeting locals and eating taters with Prime Minster Trudeau.
For the benefit of fellow fry-loving Ontario travellers, we’ve mapped out all the Trans-Canada Fry chip stops for you to follow along and try for yourselves.
When asked for their top recommendations in Ontario, the Fry Guys named Wes’ Chips in Arnprior, Mississaugi Fry Co. in Blind River, and Ye Olde Chip Truck in Kenora.
Editor’s note: Chip stands in Ontario are a seasonal business and many only operate summer hours.
Address: 1060 Ogilvie Road, Ottawa
Address: Wellington Street West and Holland Ave, Ottawa
Address: 660 Eagleson Road, Kanata
Address: 198 Madawaska Boulevard, Arnprior
Address: 31 Staye Court Drive, Arnprior
Address: 22 Pembroke Street, Cobden
Address: 3476 Petawawa Boulevard, Petawawa
Address: 31239 Hwy 17, Chalk River
Address: Freddie’s Trading Post, 33861 Hwy.17 West, Deep River
Address: 645 Valois Drive, Mattawa
Address: 230 Main Street, Sturgeon Falls
Address: 235 Main Street, Sturgeon Falls
Address: 593 Notre Dame Avenue, Sudbury
Address: 595 Imperial Street South, Massey
Address: 93 Front Street, Spanish
Address: Ironbridge Motel, 22171 Highway 17 West, Iron Bridge
Address: 7 West Street, Blind River
Address: Great Northern Road, Sault Ste. Marie
Address: Hwy 17 North, Montreal River Harbour
Address: 137 Mission Road, Wawa
Address: 92 Broadway Ave, Wawa, ON P0S 1K0, Canada
Address: Elgin Street and Highway 17, White River
Address: Mobile food truck (location may vary) owned by Station Two, 37 Pennisula Road
Address: Hwy 11 17, Kakabeka Falls
Address: 325 Government Street, Dryden
Address: 51 King Street, Dryden
Address: Market Square, 306 2nd Street, Kenora