The Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative (WHTI) is a legislation that requires all U.S and Canadian travelers to present a passport or other document that shows identity and citizenship when entering and leaving Canada.
Children under the age of 18 must carry identification such as a birth certificate, proof of citizenship, or a student visa. We advise divorced parents who share custody of their children to carry copies of the legal custody documents. If adults are not parents or legal guardians of children, you must have notarized written permission from the parents or legal guardians to accompany the children.
Visitors are allowed to bring and take home goods, but some products are limited or prohibited by Canada Customs.
If you are unsure of an item you are bringing back home, contact your local embassy or consulate, before returning home.
Be sure to check the weather forecast as your travel dates approach so you are ready to embrace the climate in Canada. Also remember to pack a little extra on items such as medicines, or other things you may need to extend along with your trip if the weather creates travel delays.
In many cases, Canada does not allow U.S residents who have committed a felony or have had a DUI/DWI conviction in the past five years to enter the country. In this circumstance, proper paperwork will be needed. For more information please contact the Canada Tourism Board.
Not all areas at this resort are Handicap Accessible. There are stairs to the resort condos and to other areas in the village.
Disclaimer: Some activites are seasonal and only are available certain times of the year. Please contact the resort directly regarding any questions about these activites.