Georgian Bay Islands National Park

Location: Honey Harbour to Twelve Mile Bay Ontario
Region: Central
Character: Boat Accessable

Georgian Bay Islands National Park
By Parks Canada

Protecting one of Canada's national treasures for your enjoyment: from Honey Harbour to Twelve Mile Bay in southern Georgian Bay you will discover spectacular landscapes, time-worn rock faces, diverse habitats and the rugged beauty of the Canadian Shield. These magnificent islands are accessible by boat only. The largest island, Beausoleil, offers tent camping, overnight and day docking, heritage education programs and hiking trails. Wheelchair accessible sites and reserved campsites are also available at the Cedar Spring campground on Beausoleil Island. Please note: Visitor information is available at the Parks Canada Welcome Centre at Lock 45 in Port Severn however visitors with DayTripper reservations are to travel directly to Honey Harbour to meet the boat.