How To Get Here

Driving

From Buffalo: Take QEW to Hwy 403 at Oakville. Continue on Hwy 403 to Hwy 401.Take Hwy 401 to Hwy 400 North to Barrie. At Barrie take Hwy 69 towards Parry Sound. Beyond Parry Sound, cross the French River Bridge. Turn north on Hwy 64 to Noelville. Take Hwy 64 through Monetville until Dokis Reserve Road. Take Dokis Reserve Road to Dokis Marina (17 miles). Chaudière Lodge is 1.5 miles from Dokis Village.

From Detroit: Take Hwy 401 to Hwy 400 North. At Barrie take Hwy 69 towards Parry Sound. Beyond Parry Sound, cross the French River Bridge. Turn north on Hwy 64 to Noelville. Take Hwy 64 through Monetville until Dokis Reserve Road. Take Dokis Reserve Road to Dokis Marina (17 miles). Chaudière Lodge is 1.5 miles from Dokis Village.

From Northerly Points: Take Hwy 17 to Verner. Proceed south on Hwy 64 to Dokis Reserve Road.

Parking

We now use the Dokis Marina for all of our parking needs. If you are driving in, this is where you will be parking. For more information about this great Marina visit their website or call them at 1-705-763-2491.

Visiting From The US...

US citizens and permanent residents visiting Canada for vacation are required to provide proof of citizenship or permanent residence to enter. However, Canada Customs will not allow a visitor from the US into Canada unless that visitor has the necessary documentation to return. Generally speaking, this is a US Passport (although there are equivalent documents such as a Nexus card).  If you wish to visit us (and we'd love to have you), give us a call and we can explain the process or go to the Travellers Information for Entering Canada website. Generally it is uncomplicated and straightforward.

Even if you have a criminal record for offences such as DUi or DWI, with the right preparation, your entry into Canada for a vacation is possible. Visit this Canadian government website which will explain the process. Just be honest and courteous to the Canada Customs folks and you should have few problems (although you may have to wait a while as they check up on you - and they have access to everything they need to know about you).

Other Visitors to Canada

All other visitors to Canada require a passport to enter the country. Some may also require visas. Check with your local Canadian embassy, consulate or consular service for details. This website can help you prepare for your visit.

 

 

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