Things to bring:
Life jacket (required)
Outdoors Card (if you have one)
Food and beverages
Dish cloths and soap
TP and paper towels
Wash cloth and towel
Fishing tackle and net
Freezer bags for fish
Bait (night crawlers, salted minnows)
Sleeping bag or linens
(blankets and pillows are available)
Backpack and/or small cooler
Proof of auto insurance in Canada
Identification for minors (birth certificate, letter from parents)
Alcohol, beer, cigarettes *
*Duty free limit is one case of beer (up to 30 cans)
one liter of liquor (up to 40 oz.) per adult.
One carton of cigarettes per adult is allowed duty free.
Stop at Duty Free store (on the left before you cross the border across the street from Border Bob's) to save $$ on beer and liquor that you intend to purchase in Canada.
1. Make your purchase in the US.
2. Pick up your purchase.
3. Cross the bridge.
4. Declare your purchase at the border.
5. Pay duty inside at border.