Plan Your Trip

Plan Your Trip

Reservations

As Duck Bay Lodge is open during the short summer season and space is limited to 26 guests at one time, we recommend booking early. To reserve your vacation, give us a call at (204) 757-2986 or fill out the form.

To confirm your reservation, a deposit of $500 per person is required at the time of booking your trip. Payments may be made by traveler’s check, cash, personal checks, Visa, MasterCard or Discover card. Cancellations with 90 days notice will be carried forward to the following season.

Due to the small size of our resort, we are greatly affected by untimely cancellations. Please be sure to reserve the exact dates of your stay and number of people in your party.

Once your reservation is made and your deposit paid, you’ll receive our trip confirmation and planning package. It confirms the dates of your trip and the details we discuss at the time of reservation. Other information includes suggestions on what to pack, crossing the border, recommended tackle, how to reach us, and much more.

Check Availability

Arrival and Departure Times

As we need time to prepare your cabin and equipment, please plan to arrive after 2:30 p.m. Checkout time is 10 a.m. Early arrivals and late departures will be charged a half-day rate.

We would be very pleased to help you plan your trip. If you would like to have a brochure and rate information sent by mail, let us know and we will send it out immediately. And if you have any questions while planning your trip, please do not hesitate to ask.

Crossing the Border

The Canada/U.S. border is the longest undefended border in the world. Although our countries are historically good friends, enhanced border security is a fact of life in our present security-conscious world. The Department of Homeland Security requires those entering the U.S. to present a passport. This requirement applies to U.S. citizens re-entering the United States as well as to visitors to the U.S.

DUI's

Because you have had a DUI conviction in the past does not mean you cannot be admitted into Canada. Please contact us for further information and resources to help you.