Helpful Information:

The Drive

At the border you will typically be asked 3 questions:

1. What is your purpose in visiting Canada?

  • Tell them you are going fishing or hunting

    2. Are you bringing alcohol into Canada?

  • 1 liter of liquor, 1 liter of wine OR 1 case of beer per person of age

    3. Are you transporting firearms into Canada?

  • If you are, declare them…they must be registered
  • No hand guns allowed in Canada

    4. If you have a DUI, DWI or felony, you may be denied entry into Canada.

    What to Pack

  • bath towel and washcloth
  • clothing for any temperature (hot or cold)
  • rain gear & waterproof footwear
  • fishing gear and tackle
  • food and beverage (canola oil, coffee, condiments, eggs, etc.) or purchase groceries at Garden Market IGA, X-tra Foods, Safeway or WalMart all located in Dryden
  • NEW: You can bring 10 lbs. per person of US Grade No. 1 potatoes across the border
  • you are allowed 2 dozen eggs per person
  • toiletries
  • sunscreen and lip balm
  • flashlight
  • sunglasses
  • camera and film
  • paper products such as paper towels and napkins
  • bug repellent
  • fishing/hunting ONTARIO OUTDOORS CARD
  • Hunters!! Remember hunting gear, ammunition, tree stand, ground blind, orange vest & an orange cap, a current valid hunting license from your state of residence and a firearms acquisition to be able to bring your gun or guns across the border

    For more information call ow free line at 1-800-699-9390

    Indian Point Camp
    Box 681, Dryden, Ontario
    Canada, P8N 2Z3
    807-937-6988

    Email: indianpointcamp@live.com


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