Pine Point Lodge, Resort & Motel
   Crane Lake, Minnesota
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Canadian Customs at Sand Point Hours of Operation: 7:00am – 7:00pm


If you plan to only fish, and not touch ground in Canada, you do not need to check into Canadian customs nor back in the US. Please note that you cannot bring live minnows, leeches or other live bait with the exception of night crawlers packaged in newspaper into Canada.

If you plan to land into Canada required paperwork would be a passport. Children would need a birth certificate. To return back into the US after being landed, such as touching any other dock, other than Canadian Customs dock, whether you stay in your boat or not, or if you touch any land, you MUST check back into Pine Point Lodge’s US Custom’s Ipad. Other businesses in Crane Lake have Ipads as well.

Optional additional paperwork: RABC, Remote Area Border Crossing, is a permit that allows you to bypass customs when only when they are not open. NOTE: With an RABC permit you still MUST check into Canadian Customs if they are open. Must apply for permit ahead of time, there is a fee. See link below. Valid for one year Two forms of ID are required to apply for RABC permit, go to to apply & for additional information.

NOTE: An RABC permit means nothing for US Customs – it is ONLY for Canadian customs

  • Pets: Must have a valid rabies certificate within one year
  • Firewood: not allowed
  • Canadian bait not allowed in U.S.

Required paper work: passport

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