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Georgian Bay Islands National Park of Canada

2611 Honey Harbour Road, Honey Harbour, Ontario P0E 1E0, Canada
+1 705-527-7200
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“day trip” (10 reviews)
“fire pit” (6 reviews)
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2611 Honey Harbour Road, Honey Harbour, Ontario P0E 1E0, Canada
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Reviewed 13 March 2017

The shuttle is about 10 minute ride to Beausoleil Island. Take a picnic and your bathing suit. They also have camping spots or cabins you can book in advance. Several walking trails take you into the bush and into history of the region. A great...More

2  Thank HeinzBarbara
Reviewed 8 February 2017

It is wonderful to have a place this beautiful within the limits of the city like Toronto. It's almost 2 hours drive from Toronto. Beautiful Views. Amazing Scenery.

Thank Narinder S
Reviewed 30 December 2016

What a gem in the heart of Ontario. As a nature lover and photographer this is one of my special places to visit. Bring your kayak or canoe and of course sunscreen and a camera. Once you see the beauty you will come back over...More

2  Thank Elizabeth P
Reviewed 11 October 2016

we spent about 4 hours for a half day trip to the southern park of the park. We did not reserve the boat before, but arrived early (before 10) to secure our spots. Staffs are very friendly, and give me all the information we need...More

Thank Feng L
Reviewed 12 September 2016 via mobile

There's something about the Georgian Bay Islands, it's hard to explain, but just one trip on the 30 thousand islands cruise out of Parry Sound will leave no doubt in anyone's mind as to just how precious this part of our country is. It may...More

Thank Eddie J
Reviewed 7 September 2016

Our visit to the park was very pleasant. 4 adults and 3 young girls, we rented 2 yurts (o'tentiks) and stayed there for 3 nights at Cedar Spring campground. The o'tentiks are new and very spacious (we don't understand why only 4 people are allowed...More

1  Thank LoreMari
Reviewed 22 August 2016

I was there with a group of first time campers(including myself).The camp ground was clean,enjoyed the guided hike lead by Sean. He is very friendly . Had a great experience during the evening camp fire and story telling by Mike while watching the sun set...More

Thank shankaripradeep
Reviewed 22 August 2016

We've been to many National Parks and National Historic sites. Shawn's guided hike around the boardwalk and through the various eco-systems of the park was over-the-top informative for us and our 3 kids. He knows his stuff. He went out of his way to make...More

3  Thank Mike L
Reviewed 20 August 2016

This is not the first or last time visiting Beausoleil island, I love this place. From the wilderness areas, wildlife viewing, abundant trails and amazing beauty wherever you look to the outstanding facilities and excellent staff, this place is a hidden treasure for campers and...More

3  Thank Jeff C
Reviewed 19 August 2016

Lived in Toronto for many years but never been to this beautiful national park. Recently bought the Discovery Pass from Parks Canada Web site found this hidden gem. It's less than 2 hrs drive from Toronto and you can take highway 400 and Muskoka Road...More

3  Thank Louisti
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Calli S
How much is it to get to the island, as a day trip?
17 March 2017|
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Response from Park_Staff | Property representative |
Thanks for your question! Our DayTripper boat shuttle fees are listed on the Georgian Bay Islands National Park website. If you click the Visitor Information/Plan Your Visit link from our main page, you'll see the Fees page... More
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Ontario78
What is the best way to access the park in the off-season i.e. March? I see the Daytripper service doesn't run yet. Thanks!
4 March 2017|
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Response from Park_Staff | Property representative |
Thank you for your question. Some people visit the park islands during winter by snowmobile, but they do so at their own risk. Parks Canada does not recommend visitors attempt to cross the ice at any time. At this time of... More
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Nicole C
My fiance and I were looking into camping at Cedar Spring this July, but we just have a few questions: 1. How do campers bring all their items (tents, coolers, folding chairs, luggage, cookware, fire wood, bikes etc) from the dock to the campsite? Is there staff that will assist in bringing the camping equipment to the reserved camp sites? or are we suppose to throw everything on our backs and hike there ourselves? 2. Since there are no vehicles on the island, is the a place on the camp ground to secure our food? When we last went camping we had our food secured in the car away from any animals. 3. Is there place on the camp ground to purchase fire wood and ice or can you only purchase those supplies at the Honey Harbour? 4. Are there noise restrictions? For example, can we have radio/music playing at any time?
24 February 2017|
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Response from Park_Staff | Property representative |
Thank you for the questions, Nicole C. 1. We have carts and wagons available for you to transport your gear between the dock and campsite. The dock is located centrally in the campground. It is a short walk to the... More
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