Welcome to the world’s largest freshwater archipelago—home to a boat-access nature preserve situated where the windswept white pines and granite shores of the Canadian Shield turn to dense deciduous woodland. Here, adventure is easy. Cycle wooded trails, overnight at secluded campsites or waterfront cabins and hike to viewpoints atop emerald shoreline. The landscape of Georgian Bay Islands National Park inspired the Group of Seven. Let it inspire you.
Hiking, biking, splashing on the beach or a relaxing picnic, there are many ways to enjoy a scenic outing at Georgian Bay Islands National Park. From the rugged trails to the sand beaches, there is something to be found for everyone. Try hiking and walking, swimming, boating, geocaching, photography, picnicking, cycling, fishing, canoeing and kayaking.
There is a total of 103 campsites and 10 rustic cabins on Beausoleil Island, including 5 oTENTiks. Access to the campgrounds is by boat only.
But how do you get there? The Daytripper boat shuttle. Reservations are required and can be made with the Parks Canada Reservation Service by calling 1-877-737-3783 or online. Private charters and water taxis are also available from Honey Harbour. Note that pets and recreational equipment (bicycles, canoes, etc.) are not permitted on the DayTripper.