Reservations, Deposits and Additional InformationThree generations of Kast's have welcomed guests to Tomahawk Resort for over 75 Years, and helped them experience a relaxing stay in the natural wonder of the Canadian wilderness! You'll find all of our accommodations in outstanding condition, with constant attention to every detail in the maintenance of our facilities for your enjoyment.
RV Park and Campground ReservationsA deposit is required on all reservations at Tomahawk Resort. A minimum 3-day stay is required for advance RV site reservations. We accept VISA, Mastercard, Discover and E-transfer (Canadian only) for deposits. Reservations will not be held without receipt of deposit.
Site preference is noted when reserving. Guaranteed site selection requires a $25.00 per week non-refundable administration fee, in addition to your deposit. A minimum 5-day stay required for site guarantees.
You would be able to check in to your campsite any time after 12:00 noon on your day of arrival, and checkout is no later than 12:00 noon on your scheduled day of departure. Early check-ins and late check-outs will be subject to an additional day use site fee.Deposits: RV site - $50 per week of stay; Camping and fishing package - $150
Cancellation policy: Deposits are refundable, less a 25%; service charge, when the cancellation is made no less than thirty days prior to the scheduled check-in date. If the deposit is made within thirty days of the scheduled check-in date, the deposit is then non-refundable.
Long weekends: Over holiday long weekends (Canada day long weekend and the July 30th-August 2nd civic holiday weekend) a minimum 4 night stay is required for all camping reservations, and minimum 3 night stay is required for the Labour Day weekend. An additional site charge of $5 per site per day over those long weekends is applicable if only staying for the minimum 3- day period (Labour day weekend ) and 4-day period (Canada day long weekend and August long weekend). No site guarantees over any of the long weekends.
U.S. Citizens: For entering Canada from the United States, there are some protocols and documentation that must be met prior to entering as according to the Canada Border Services Agency. These requirements are (updated April 25th, 2022):
- Adult individuals (18+ yrs) must be fully vaccinated with a Health Canada approved vaccine (Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca, or Johnson & Johnson) a minimum of 14 days prior to their planned entry (children under 5 years are exempt from vaccination).
- Fully vaccinated individuals and children under 12 years of age are exempt from pre-entry testing.
- Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated children over 12 years of age are still subject to the pre-entry testing (a COVID-19 negative rapid antigen test, administered by a pharmacy, laboratory, healthcare entity or telehealth service, within 1 day prior to your planned entry date; OR a negative PCR molecular test result taken within 72 hours of your planned entry; OR proof of a previous positive molecular test result taken between 11 and 180 days of your planned entry).
- must provide their travel and proof of vaccination information electronically through the free ArriveCAN App within 72 hours prior to arriving at the Canadian border. Failure to submit this information via the App prior to arriving at the border may result in delays due to additional health questioning, and/or denied entry into Canada, and subject to possible fines/enforcement action.
- must have a paper or digital copy of their vaccination documentation ready to show a Border Services agent upon request.
- NOT show any signs of COVID symptoms upon arrival.
- and possibly be randomly chosen for take-home self-test at the border.
You must also have the proper travel documentation with you as well, such as a legal version of photo identification and proof of citizenship (Passport or NEXUS card). If traveling with a child under the age of 16 years, a passport is not required for the child, but they do require proof of citizenship such as a U.S. birth certificate. If traveling with a child under the age of 18 years that is unaccompanied by both parents or legal guardians, a signed letter of permission to travel into Canada from the other parent or legal guardian is required. If your child is bringing a friend along, the friend would need a signed letter of permission from either both parents or legal guardian to indicate they have permission to enter Canada.You are allowed to bring in a "reasonable" amount of personal goods duty free. The amount you bring in should be in line with how long you plan to visit. Below are the limits you are allowed for regulated items. Please check with Canada Border Services for any changes to these limits and regulations.
- Alcohol: If you are aged 19 years and older, you are allowed to bring in, free of duty and taxes, either: 1.5 litres of wine, or 1.14 litres (40 oz) of liquor, or 24x 12 oz cans or bottles of beer. You may bring in additional quantities, but you must declare it and pay duties and taxes on the excess amount
- Tobacco: If you are aged 18 years and older, you are allowed to bring the following amounts of without paying duty: up to 200 cigarettes, 50 cigars, 200 grams (7 oz) of manufactured tobacco and 200 tobacco sticks. You may bring in additional quantities but you must declare it and pay duties and taxes on the excess amount. Cannabis (including THC oils and CBD oils) is strictly prohibited and cannot be imported. Transporting cannabis over the border is deemed a criminal offence subject to arrest and prosecution.
This information has been interpreted to the best of our knowledge and subject to change without notice. If you have any questions of what is required, as well for the final requirements for entry, we strongly recommend that you contact Canada Border Services directly via the link or at 1-800-461-9999. If you are unable to enter the country and deemed in-admissible due to not meeting the entry requirements, the standard cancellation policy would apply and deposits would be non-refundable nor transferrable if outside the cancellation cut-off time.