Over 25km of trails at Muskoka’s only National Park!
Nestled in the famous 30,000 islands, the world’s largest chain of freshwater islands, Georgian Bay Islands National Park (GBINP) is where you’ll be inspired by the rugged beauty of the Canadian Shield and the clear water of Georgian Bay! You will find waterfront cabin rentals, shoreline campsites, mountain bike rentals, a welcome centre, interpretive programs, picnic shelters, beaches and trails for hiking and biking which follow scenic granite ridges dotted with windswept white pines to picturesque bays.
The Park offers many hiking trails ranging from short easy strolls to more demanding hikes. All trails allow visitors to enjoy the scenic beauty of the park and provide opportunities to view park wildlife.
Northern Beausoleil trails showcase the beauty of the Canadian Shield. This area’s characteristic bedrock and wetland environment is rich in species diversity and is a major breeding area for amphibians, turtles and snakes.
The trails in Southern Beausoleil pass through a rich mosaic of forest communities. This area’s mixed forest is a good representation of the West St. Lawrence Lowlands natural region.
Getting There: The park is made up entirely of islands and is accessible only by boat. Parks Canada operates a boat shuttle service called the DayTripper, which runs between Honey Harbour and Beausoleil Island (reservations are recommended).
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