Georgian Bay Islands National Park
Welcome to Georgian Bay Islands National Park, located in the world’s largest freshwater archipelago, home to thousands of years of Indigenous history. Here, rich ecological diversity spans dense deciduous forests to the granite outcrops of the Canadian Shield.
Make a reservation to take a short 15-minute boat ride from Honey Habour to the park.
Rustic cabins, waterfront campsites and canvas oTENTiks provide many ways to enjoy Beausoleil Island.
Learn how Parks Canada is working to reduce invasive phragmities in the park.
Visiting Georgian Bay Islands National Park
Things to do, trails, programs, biking, boating, and more.
How to get here, Daytripper, maps, facilities and services, and weather.
Campsites, cabins, oTENTiks, and nearby accommodations.
Guided tours, programs, and learning experiences.
Make a reservation for campsites, accommodations, and the DayTripper.
Daily visitor fees, camping and mooring fees, and more. Free admission for youth.
Seasonal and annual admission passes.
Important bulletins, wildlife, camping and water safety, and park regulations.
About Georgian Bay Islands National Park
Contact information, jobs, public consultations, plans, and policies.
Conservation and science, animals, plants, the environment, and research.
Witness the long history of indigenous use of Beausoleil Island, on Georgian Bay.
Contact Georgian Bay Islands National Park
For emergencies within the Park:
Police, fire, ambulance: 911
Parks Canada dispatch: 1-877-852-3100
Hours of operation
Georgian Bay Islands National Park is now closed for the season. We look forward to seeing you in 2023.
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