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Georgian Bay Islands National Park is located 166 kilometres from Toronto, Ontario. Visit both the north and south of Beausoleil Island via DayTripper ferry, or private watercraft, from Honey Harbour. The park is boat-access only; DayTripper reservations are required.
Park/DayTripper launch point:
2611 Honey Harbour road
Honey Harbour, ON P0E 1E0
901 Wye Valley Rd Box 9
Midland ON L4R 4K6
Georgian Bay Islands National Park is located 2 hours north of Toronto near Honey Harbour. 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!
Parking is very limited and available only to national park visitors staying in cabins, oTENTiks, and those who have reserved space on the DayTripper.
Hours of operationSpring (May 15th – June 25th) and Fall (September 8th – October 12th)
Open 5 days per week (closed on Wednesday and Thursday).
Summer and Fall (June 26th – September 7th)
Free admission for youth 17 and under. Other fees still apply.
Detailed fees list
- Cedar Spring Campsite: $26.06 per night
- Primitive Campsite: $16.05 per night
- Cedar Spring Cabin: $175 per night
- Cristian Beach Cabin: $150 per night
- oTENTik: $140 per night