What to Bring:
No Weight Restrictions: bedding - we suggest light sleeping bag and pillow, hand and bath towels, dish towels and detergent, life jackets, rain gear, extension cords and battery charger (for those using their own boat and motor), warm clothing in spring and fall, camp shoes, food, rope, camera and of course, your fishing equipment.
Passport or U.S. Passport Card
First Aid kit
Gloves for early spring or late fall
Weigh Scale and fillet knife
Sunscreen and lip balm (15 SPF or better)
Flashlight (Waterproof is best)
Sunglasses & hat
Camera and film (please send copies of big fish to us for our photo galleries)
Paper products such as paper towels and napkins
Bug repellent (10% DEET or better) & bug coils
GPS or compass can come in handy
Lighter or matches
Spare set of vehicle & boat keys
Required Boat Safety Gear
If you bring your own boat:
Ontario water safety regulations require your boat to be equipped with the following items. There is a good chance you will be stopped for a boat safety check.:
Anchor and rope
Non-projectile signaling device such as an air-horn or whistle
Coastguard approved lifejackets
Waterproof flashlight with good batteries in the flashlight
A 30-foot rope with a floatation device attached to the end for rescue situations
Ontario Boating Regulations for Children:
Children under 12 years of age must wear a life jacket at all times
No one under the age of 16 can operate a PWC (personal watercraft).
No one under the age of 12, who is not being directly supervised (by someone over the age of 16), may operate a vessel with more than 10 hp.
No one between the age of 12 and 16, who is not being directly supervised (by someone over the age of 16), may operate a vessel with more than 40 hp.