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Our Prices in Canadian Dollars

In 2018 our first week will start on May 19th which is opening day of walleye season. Our last week will start on September 8th.

Our weeks run from Saturday to Saturday:

Our rate is in Canadian Dollars for 7 nights, Saturday to Saturday. Included are the cabin, boats, motors and motor fuel. Each 2 persons in your group receive a 14 foot boat, 6 hp motor and unlimited gasoline.

For three or more persons Can. $ 500.00 per person
For two persons Can. $ 600.00 per person
8 hp motor instead of 6 hp Can. $ 150.00 per motor. Please tell us in advance if you want to have an 8 hp motor.

To get the current U.S. Dollar equivalent, divide the Canadian Dollar amount by today's conversion rate. Click here to see the conversion rate.

Our invoice will show your balance in Canadian and in U.S. funds. As a rule of thumb, divide our price by the conversion rate. That will give you the current U.S. Dollar equivalent. Remember that the conversion rate fluctuates a little from day to day or even hour to hour.

The receipt for your reservation deposit will show the amount in Canadian funds that your check yielded when we deposited it.

We regret not to be able to accommodate cats or dogs.

Tax of 13% is additional of which half is refunded to non-residents of Canada. Visitors from the U.S.A. can receive back half of the tax. Simply submit the Sales Tax Refund Form together with our invoice. We can give you one of these forms when you are here. Our invoice will show your balance in both Canadian and U.S. Dollars.

Shorter stays must fall between two Saturdays.

Do you prefer to use your own boat instead of ours? You are welcome to bring it but please note that our charge remains the same as when you use our boat. Also please consider that we do not supply free gasoline for a boat that you brought from home.

We accept VISA, Master Card, American Express, DiscoverCard and Cash
If you visit us from the United States please be sure to call the bank who issued your credit card and tell them that you plan to use your card in Canada. To protect you (or mainly themselves we may suppose), the banks decline the transaction if a sizable amount is suddenly charged outside the U.S.A. without notice by the owner.

When you arrive at our boat-house in Chapleau, we will check you in and ask you to pay the balance either with cash or with your credit card. If you use U.S. money we will apply the correct exchange rate.

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