Map of Beausoleil Island
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Georgian Bay Islands National Park camping is only available on Beausoleil Island.
Typical primitive campground scene at Oaks Campground on Beausoleil Island © Parks Canada
Beausoleil Island, the largest of the park's islands, offers 9 different campgrounds scattered along the eastern and northern shores. Access to the campgrounds is by boat only. If you don't have a boat, see the How to Get There section.
Island camping offers a unique experience comprised of tent-camping only (no trailers or RV's). Campers have the option of 'roughing it' by staying in a primitive campground, or enjoying the comforts of a more serviced offering of flush toilets, showers and drinking water available at Cedar Spring Campground. Cabins are available for rent in both the Cedar Spring area and at Christian Beach.
There is a total of 120 campsites and 10 rustic cabins on Beausoleil Island. Cedar Spring Campground has 36 sites and 6 rustic cabins available by reservation. The remaining campsites are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Accessible camping is available at Cedar Spring Campground.
Christian Beach offers 4 rustic cabins nestled among the cedars on the western shore of Beausoleil Island. These hike-in cabins (30 minute walk) require reservations.
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