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Map of Georgian Bay Islands National Park
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Map of Beausoleil Island
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Georgian Bay Islands National Park is located 2 hours north of Toronto. The park is composed of 63 islands and is accessible by boat only. Whether you own a boat, a kayak, take the DayTripper or a water taxi, adventures in the park await you!
Visitors Taking the DayTripper
The park's visitor vessel, the DayTripper, leaves from the park dock in Honey Harbour located off Honey Harbour Road (Muskoka Road 5). Whether visiting the park for a day or an extended stay, you can hop on the DayTripper to explore Beausoleil Island, the park’s largest island. The service is available from Victoria Day weekend in May to Thanksgiving in October. Reservations are recommended.
Visitors Taking their Own Boat
Georgian Bay Islands National Park is a popular destination for boaters interested in overnight docking, camping or for day use of the park. Boaters should refer to nautical chart #2202 to plan their route to the park.Docking is available at several locations on Beausoleil Island, as well as limited docking on Bone Island. The park does not offer boat launching facilities; however the private marinas in Honey Harbour and area offer such facilities and services.
Take advantage of a direct bus service from downtown Toronto to national parks in Ontario with Parkbus! Parkbus offers an environmentally friendlier and affordable option for residents of the Greater Toronto Area to get out, discover and enjoy Canada’s treasured natural wonders. To find out more about Parkbus, as well as their routes and schedules, www.parkbus.ca or contact them at 1-800-928-7101.
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