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Welcome to Lac Seul’s Golden Eagle Resort

2016_02

Your Hosts, Clint Perkins & Marie Yanchak

After a successful season, we would like to thank our past and future guests for their loyalty to “Lac Seul’s Golden Eagle Resort Inc.”


We are a drive-to camp located in Northwest Ontario on beautiful Lac Seul, offering fully modernized housekeeping cabins that are located on the waterfront. All you need to bring is your own towels and food, although there are two grocery stores within two kilometers and a liquor store as well. Our fishing packages are geared to your individual needs. We can accommodate groups up to 28, families or couples. We have a Family Fishing Package for July and August. We offer boat launching and docking facilities. There is a fish cleaning house at dockside with running water. We have live bait, fishing tackle and bagged ice for sale on site. Fish wrapping and freezer service is included. All cabins have wifi and cell coverage.


Canada / US Border Information

ARRIVING IN CANADA

U.S. Citizens traveling between the United States and Canada will be required to present a valid passport.

Take some time to review www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/ (Canada Border Agency) before you leave home.

For travelers with a criminal record we strongly recommend checking out www.cic.gc.ca/english/visit/ for updated information on the requirements for entering Canada. U.S. citizens, are encouraged to visit the U.S. Department of State web site at www.travel.state.gov/ for information on U.S. requirements to enter or return to the United States.

Visitors may temporarily import non-restricted firearms, such as common hunting rifles and shotguns, if they complete Form CAFC 909, Non-Resident Firearm Declaration, and have a valid purpose (e.g. hunting, target shooting, for protection from wild animals in remote areas where firearms are allowed). If they want to import restricted firearms, such as pistols or revolvers, in addition to Form CAFC 909 visitors must complete and submit Form CAFC 679, Application for an Authorization to Transport Restricted Firearms and Prohibited Firearms, in advance to the chief firearms officer of the province or territory to which they intend to import a restricted firearm.

REQUIRED SAFETY EQUIPMENT

While in Canadian waters, you are required to follow the rules governing safety equipment, operation of the pleasure craft, and protection of the environment that apply in Canada. There are several items which are mandatory for each boat to have while being operated on Canadian waters:

As a Canadian visitor, please ensure you have proof of residency on you at all times!

  • Life Jacket or PDF (one for each person in the boat)
  • One buoyant heaving line, at least 50′ in length
  • One watertight flashlight (or 3 Canadian-approved flares)
  • One manual propelling device (or 1 anchor)
  • One bailer
  • Sound signalling device (air-horn, whistle…)
  • Navigational lights (only required if operating after sunset)

For more information, please review the links below.

Visitor Information – Transport Canada

Sail and powered pleasure craft up to 19.8′ – Required items

VISITING CANADA?

Find out the new regulations on what you can’t bring in from the United States.

FIREARMS AND WEAPONS

Canada’s firearms legislation helps make the country safer for both residents and visitors. Before you attempt to import a firearm or weapon, contact the Canada Firearms Centre for information.

The following requirements apply to the importation of firearms and weapons:

  • you must be at least 18 years of age.
  • you can import non-restricted and restricted firearms provided all documentation and other requirements are met.
  • you generally cannot import prohibited firearms or any type of prohibited weapons or devices, including silencers, replica firearms, switchblades, pepper spray and other weapons. You must declare all weapons and firearms at the port of entry. If not, you could face prosecution and the goods may be seized.