Georgian Bay Islands National Park
Join us to explore the park!
The islands of eastern Georgian Bay are part of a northern frontier formed from the bedrock of now half-submerged, but once towering mountains. These ancient shorelines speak to deep connections between people, water and land. Join an experienced and entertaining Parks Canada Interpreter for a guided introduction to the islands. These short adventures and presentation offer opportunities to view wildlife, learn about the island’s rich heritage and culturally significant Indigenous landscape.
Guided adventures are available most days from the May Long Weekend through to Thanksgiving. For further information on Learning Adventures visit the Visitor Centre at the Cedar Spring Campground on Beausoleil Island.
Make the most of your learning adventure:
- Have proper footwear, appropriate clothing, a snack and a drink for guided hikes.
- Kids must bring at least one of their adults with them to Learning Adventure.
Xplorers and Parka Program for Kids
- Hey Kids! Pick up your free Xplorers booklet from the visitor centre or a Parks Canada interpreter and start discovering the secrets of Georgian Bay Islands National Park. Each booklet is filled with fun activities and games. Return your booklet and get a prize.
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