Booking, What To Bring
Due to aircraft weight restrictions, each guest will be allowed a maximum of 100 pounds of luggage including beverages and groceries. You will find that careful planning and shopping will make it very easy to be within the weight limit. Do not bring what you do not need; guests will be charged for overweight luggage.
• Tackle box (luers, fillet knife, stringer, etc.)
• Plastic bags for freezing your fish
• Sleeping bags
• Rain gear
• Insect repellent
• Medium weight jacket
• Change of clothes
• Two rods & reels per person
• Food & beverage
• Dish soap
• Paper towels
• Toilet tissue
• Garbage bags
• One cooler per every four people.
Summer days are generally warm with cooler temperatures in the evening, but you should be prepared for all types of weather. Light clothing is essential, but a sweatshirt, long pants, rain gear and a comfortable pair of shoes are a good idea. Don't forget your swimming suit!
The legal age limit to consume alcohol in Ontario is 19. Each person is allowed one litre of alcohol or one case of beer duty free when entering Canada. You may only import 40 ounces of liquor.
When crossing the border, you may bring in one cartons of cigarettes duty free. You may not import more than two cartons of cigarettes.
You may NOT import handguns.