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Our 2014 Rates

We are open from the third Saturday of May till the middle of September.

For 7 Nights, Saturday to Saturday:

Cabins No. 3, No. 6, No. 7 and No. 8 only

Party of 4 persons, $450.00 per person

Additional persons beyond 4, $400.00 each

Party of 3 persons, $500.00 per person

Party of 2 persons, $700.00 per person


For 6 Nights, Sunday to Saturday:

Cabins No. 1, No. 2, No. 4 and No. 5 only

For the 6 night stay, use the same rate table as for 7 nights but then deduct $200.00 from your party's total.

A 14 foot boat, 8 hp motor and unlimited gasoline for each two persons are included with the cabin.

A larger boat (16 foot) is provided for groups with an odd number of persons as for example 3, 5, 7 etc. to make better seating for the three persons who share a boat.

An additional boat and motor over and above the ones provided with the cabin package is available for $300.00

Shorter stays must fall between two Saturdays and are billed at the same rate as the full week.

Visitors from the U.S.A. can receive back half of the tax. Simply submit this Sales Tax Refund Form together with our invoice.

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 regret not to be able to accommodate cats or dogs.

We accept VISA, Master Card, American Express, DiscoverCard and Cash

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.

The prices listed above are Canadian Dollars. They are your party's total cost before tax. The U.S. Dollar equivalents may vary slightly when the Canadian and U.S. Dollars are not of exactly equal value.

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.

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.

Are you paying with cash ?

When you check in at our boathouse please designate one person to hold and pay the cash for all who plan to use cash, rather than pay individually.

We bill your party for the cabin and make out only one bill to the party leader who made the reservation.
Are you visiting us from the U.S.A. ?

The American Dollar is once again trading higher than the Canadian. That means that prices quoted in Canadian Dollars will be lower in terms of U.S. Dollars.

Our invoice will show your balance in both Canadian and U.S. Dollars. Here is a link that will tell you the correct current exchange rate. Look at the topmost line.

Before you leave home, please be sure to call the bank who issued your credit card and tell them that you plan to use your card in Canada, otherwise your bank will decline your purchase.

Use your Credit Card instead of cash when you stop for gasoline, meals or anything else along the road. That way you cannot be victimized by business people who do not adhere to the correct exchange rate.

Why are RBC Royal Bank rates different from those quoted in the papers, television and online foreign exchange sites?

Exchange rates quoted in the media are interbank exchange rates, which are used by banks and other interbank participants to buy and sell currencies in the wholesale market. The interbank rate quoted in the media is for a minimum amount of 5 Million U.S. Dollars.

Usually, when a client completes a transaction it is for an amount smaller than 5 Million and as a result, a retail rate is applied. This rate includes a spread added to the interbank rate to account for market movement between when the client transaction is completed and when smaller client amounts can be accumulated and traded on the interbank market.