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Old 06-08-2016, 09:15 AM   #21
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itat, you will need a passport or enhanced drivers license to get back into the U.S.. I believe the Canadian side is not as strict and may just accept a regular drivers license. Last time I tried to come back to the U.S. from visiting my SIL in Stoney Creek, Ont. and I only brought my birth certificate and license we got pulled over, stuck for over three hours, my wife and I were separated and questioned and I was treated like a pure criminal. Got nothing to do for a day, try entering the U.S. without a passport or enhanced license, especially not being from New York state, aka Buffalo/Western NY area where residents come and go daily to Canada, and towing an RV.
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Old 06-08-2016, 09:25 AM   #22
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gmacklem, my suggestion would be one of the suggested campgrounds on Lundy's Lane for your Canadian side visit. Walking around the Falls and perhaps stopping in one of the beautiful casinos will most certainly take up your day. Lundy's Lane is then convenient to the QEW heading toward Hamilton, Ont. and I believe the Red Valley Pkwy to the 406 towards Michigan. On the U.S. side if you take in the Cave of The Winds where you go under the Falls and then the Maid of The Mist boat ride taking you right up to the Falls (you get wet!) your day also will be pretty full. If you stay at Four Mile Creek you'll save on parking at the State Park at the Falls and you can stop in Lewiston for a nice dinner at Carmelo's Restaurant rated 9 out of 10 in the WNY area. Enjoy your trip!
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Old 06-08-2016, 10:30 AM   #23
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Sherkston Shores is at the top of the class when you talk expensive. They are advertising in the Buffalo, NY area that they have a 3 day minimum at the wonderful rate of....$367! Now that rate gets you into their waterpark and other attractions and folks from the U.S. will get about 25% discount on exchange rate, but that still is very pricey in my book
We had a park model trailer at Sherkston for the last 10 years. The ridiculous fee increases every year and changes in rules drove us out of the park. We were paying over $7,000\year for our lot fees, and we were on the older side of the park, a few rows off the water. The first few years we were there we were in the front row of the Wyldewood (newer) side. Those fees were almost $16,000 a year.
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Old 06-08-2016, 11:21 AM   #24
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gmacklem, my suggestion would be one of the suggested campgrounds on Lundy's Lane for your Canadian side visit. Walking around the Falls and perhaps stopping in one of the beautiful casinos will most certainly take up your day. Lundy's Lane is then convenient to the QEW heading toward Hamilton, Ont. and I believe the Red Valley Pkwy to the 406 towards Michigan. On the U.S. side if you take in the Cave of The Winds where you go under the Falls and then the Maid of The Mist boat ride taking you right up to the Falls (you get wet!) your day also will be pretty full. If you stay at Four Mile Creek you'll save on parking at the State Park at the Falls and you can stop in Lewiston for a nice dinner at Carmelo's Restaurant rated 9 out of 10 in the WNY area. Enjoy your trip!

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It'll be QEW to the 403 (in Hamilton) to the 401 (near Woodstock). Then, if the OP wants to cross in Windsor/Detroit stay on the 401. If they want to cross in Sarnia/Port Huron they'll switch to the 402 shortly after London.


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Thanks Kaadk, after I read my post I wasn't sure if it was 406 or 403. Took that route several times awhile back when my son was going to school in East Lansing, MI and I'll being taking that route myself come July heading to cover the sandy west coast of Michigan up to Traverse City and maybe the UP.
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