Drummond Island Ice Bridge – U.S. Customs and Border Protection Information
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW:
Travelers entering from Canada must report directly to the reporting station on Drummond Island during the established hours of 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. Friday through Sunday. The number of days that the reporting station is open has been reduced due to the low volume of people using the ice bridge. The Drummond Island reporting station will be closed this year Monday through Thursday. The official CBP Reporting Station is located at the Drummond Island Yacht Haven Dock.
Entering at any other location or outside of these hours is prohibited and violators could be assessed a $5000 fine.
Planning ahead can expedite your crossing:
• Proper documents include passports, passport cards, enhanced driver’s licenses and CBP’s Trusted Traveler Cards – NEXUS, FAST and SENTRI.
• Be prepared to declare merchandise purchased or acquired in Canada.
• Declare “Duty-Free goods” even if purchased at “Duty-Free” stores.
• Before leaving for the trip, obtain a “Know Before You Go” brochure available on the CBP Web page, www.cbp.gov.
• Do not attempt to bring unauthorized fruits, meats, and dairy products into the United States.
• Do not attempt to import prohibited items, such as Cuban cigars. A complete list of restricted/prohibited goods can be obtained at www.cbp.gov.
For more information about obtaining a passport or passport card, please visit the Department of State website at www.travel.state.gov.
For additional information on states issuing enhanced driver’s licenses or any of CBP’s trusted traveler programs, which are document options under the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative (WHTI), please visit the CBP website at www.cbp.gov.