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.
All of our cottages have comfortable central heat, three or four piece bathrooms, full kitchens with all cookware, and convenience items like dishwashers (three and five bedroom cottages), microwaves, coffee makers, slow cookers, and toasters. There is a daily towel service, plenty of linens, blankets, and pillows. Free Wifi and satellite television lets you keep up with current events, your favorite sports games and programs. Gas barbecues, sundecks, and picnic tables let you enjoy the truly northern experience of dining by the lake.
Making your reservations: Is as easy as picking up the phone. We accept all major credit cards (except for American Express) for your deposit, and also accept debit, checks, cash or EFT (electronic funds transfer) as final methods of payment.
Two Bedroom Deluxe Cottages: $600.00
Three Bedroom Cottages: $700.00
Five Bedroom Cottage: $1000.00
Generally, your party size determines the cottage you require. However, minimum occupancy rates apply:
- the two bedroom and two bedroom deluxe cottages require a minimum of 2 paying persons
- the three bedroom deluxe cottages require a minimum of 4 paying persons
- the three bedroom ultra-deluxe cottage require a minimum of 6 paying persons
- and the five bedroom deluxe cottage require a minimum of 8 paying persons.
You can check-in any time on your arrival day, but occupancy of your cottages is determined by the cleaning schedule (usually ready mid-afternoon). Checkout time is no later than 9:00 am.
Cancellation policy: Deposits are refundable, less a 25% service charge, when the cancellation is made no less than 60 days prior to the scheduled check-in date. Deposits or cancellations made within 60 days of original scheduled check-in date are non-refundable.
U.S. Citizens: For entering Canada from the United States, proof of vaccination is NO longer required as according to Canada Border Services Agency, effective October 1st, 2022.
However, you must make sure you have the proper documentation with you, 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(s) 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, deposits would be non-refundable nor transferrable.
Contact us today to reserve your relaxing getaway!
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