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The Georgian Bay Islands, just north of Midland in southern Ontario, is a collection of 63 smaller islands and a part of Port Severn. The park is part of the Georgian Bay Littoral Biosphere Reserve, which protects 30,000 islands in total.
On any visit to the Georgian Bay Islands National Park, you'll find a wide-open world of outdoor activities – boating, fishing, hiking, and guided tours should be on any travel agenda. Because the majority of attractions found across the Georgian Bay Islands are water locked, you'll only be able to access them by boat. While some areas are certainly within reach via a kayak or canoe, some may require a larger vessel – the DayTripper is just the ticket.
During any summer visit to the Georgian Bay Islands, cool off with a dip at some of the most ideal swimming destinations – the Wana Keta Picnic & Docking Area is great, the Oaks & Honeymoon Bay Campgrounds yield full days of swimming, and the Cedar Spring Day Use Areas are a can't-miss.
If you're into cycling and mountain biking, be sure to check out the Huron Trail, Georgian Trail, and the Christian Trail – three of the very best designated cycling areas found on Beausoleil Island. There will be much to see and do on your journey through Georgian Bay Islands National Park – from the swimming to boat tours.