Timber Point Camp

Planning Your Trip

Visit Timber Point Camp in Ontario Canada

Planning Your Trip          

If You have any other unanswered questions please do not hesitate to call or email us. Please visit our Contact Us page.

Border Crossing Information:

  • All adults (16+) must possess a passport or passport card to cross the border
  • All children must posess birth certificate to cross the border

Each person may cross the border with up to:

Tobacco – 1 carton of cigarettes or 50 cigars or 1 lb. of loose tobacco

Alcohol – 40 oz. wine or 40 oz. liquor or 24 (12oz) beer cans

Visit our frequently asked Questions page to see if we have an answer for you at TImber Point CampFood – All produce must have origin sticker and no produce from Mexico – No potatoes during this time

Firearms – Shotguns and rifles with permit and 200 round of ammunition – no handguns or mace allowed to cross the border

For more information please visit http://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/menu-eng.html


Getting Your Fishing License:

Visit Timber Point Camp in Ontario CanadaIt is best to pick up your fishing licenses at Eagle Junction on Hwy 17 between Dryden, ON and Vermillion Bay, ON on your way into camp. You can call their to let us know your arrival time as well. You can also get your licenses in Dryden, ON.

You can now buy your licenses online ahead of time. Follow the Ontario Ministry of Wildlife’s instructions here:


What do I need to bring?

We have compiled a great packing list here:

Timber Point Camp Packing List


Visit Timber Point Camp in Ontario CanadaCan I bring my own boat?

Private boats are welcome. Rates do not change, and will be entitled to dockage, electricity,  use of portage boats and motors, and includes up to 12 gallons of gas to be used in your boat, while a guest at Timber Point Camp.

Is there internet access or wireless:

Wifi internet access is available in the Main Lodge. Limited use due to remoteness. No downloading or streaming.

Visit Timber Point Camp in Ontario Canada