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.

Featured things to do

Waterfront cabins and romantic relaxation

Relax in a Muskoka chair at a private, two-person cabin overlooking Georgian Bay. Cherish the day’s memories.

Catch the DayTripper

It’s simple to make an adventurous daytrip to an awe-inspiring island landscape. Woodland hikes, coastal cycles, sandy swims, inspiring scenery—find it all.

Explore on two wheels

Bicycling is a great way to help you cover more ground when exploring Beausoleil Island.

Getting here

2611 rue Honey Harbour
Honey Harbour ON P0E 1E0

Hours of operation

Closed for the season

Complete schedule

Fees

Free admission in 2017. Other fees still apply.
Detailed fees list

Contact us

Administration Office
901 Wye Valley Rd., Box 9
Midland, ON L4R 4K6

Telephone: 705-527-7200
Toll-free: 1-888-773-8888
Email: info.gbi@pc.gc.ca

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  • Bethune Memorial House National Historic Site

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  • Saint-Louis Mission National Historic Site

    Site of Huron village destroyed by Iroquois in 1649.

  • Bruce Peninsula National Park

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  • Fathom Five National Marine Park

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