Georgian Bay Islands National Park of Canada
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Ammar
Manitoulin Island, แคนาดา1 ผลงาน
ส.ค. ค.ศ. 2022 • ครอบครัว
Shawn Corbiere and the 2 girls from Park Canada staff have been amazing for the kids, family on everything they do, either teaching about the park and indigenous heritage, plants, how to servive, bear 🐻 talk, scanver hunt and also how to make fire🔥, simply amazing and can't be more grateful enough I met with them and Parks Canada staff at the Georgian Bay Island 🤗😀🤗
เขียนเมื่อ 8 สิงหาคม ค.ศ. 2022
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wloo_andrew
วอเตอร์ลู, แคนาดา888 ผลงาน
ก.ค. ค.ศ. 2022
We were fortunate to be able to book a Christian Beach cabin (2 nights) and Cedar Springs cabin (4 nights) in the last few weeks.

Staying at Christian Beach (CB)
Quieter, more peaceful, more remote. No comfort station or running water but I liked the swimming better (deeper and not a mucky bottom) vs.Cedar Springs. There are composting toilets and only 2 of the 4 cabins were in use which was nice. We rented bikes so we could get around the island easier since it's a 30 min walk from Cedar Springs to CB. You get beautiful sunsets from CB because you're on the west side of the island -- and a great breeze to keep the bugs away!

CB cabins accommodate 2 people. Staff will deliver your water and firewood each day as needed. There's some power via solar panels.

Staying at Cedar Springs (CS)
Having running water in the cabin was nice but you also have more people/families around and boats running generators in the evenings, etc. So busier and not as peaceful. Sandier beach in CS plus the convenience of comfort stations with showers and flush toilets. CS is close to the visitors centre, bike rental, firewood purchase. These cabins are bigger.

Hiking
We hiked from Cedar Springs to the north end of the island and did the Fairy Lake hike (beautiful!!). The main north/south paths (Huron, Georgian) are well maintained and through the forest. You get the typical Georgian Bay scenery on the trails at the north end. My wife and I are fairly quick hikers... it took us about 4 hours to hike 16 km (from Cedar Springs to the Fairy Lake trail, around Fairy Lake, and back again). That time doesn't include the great swim we had mid-hike or the time we stopped for lunch so it was probably closer to 5.5 hours total.

We also walked down to the southern point. That's through forest so not quite as scenic as the rocks of the Canadian Shield at the north end of the island. Still a nice walk through forest though.

We did the guided coastal hike with Shawn and Olivia. They were great and explained lots about the area.

Bugs and snakes
Mosquitoes weren't bad as long as you had bug spray. We saw 4 rattlesnakes... one near the CS comfort station, 1 on the Heritage Trail, and 2 on trails toward the north end of the island. 3 of the 4 gave us ample warning they were there so it wasn't an issue. We were able to appreciate them and move on.

Getting to and from the island
Louie and Scott were a great team at getting us back and forth between the island on the Daytripper boat. We loaded our luggage on the barge in Honey Harbour and then picked it up on the island. Boat transportation is included ONLY if you are staying in a cabin (or doing a day trip). Such a fun way to start and end your trip to the park.

Staff
All the Parks Canada staff were great. Friendly, knowledgeable, and helpful. An awesome team.

It's Canada's smallest national park and a beautiful spot. It was pretty quiet in terms of the number of cabins and campsites in use which made it more peaceful (we did Sun - Tues and Sun - Thurs). It felt like we had parts of the island to ourselves. Weekends can get pretty busy (especially with all the boats) I'm sure.

Take bug spray, listen for rattlesnakes on trails, keep your campsite/cabin clean, and you'll have a great time.
เขียนเมื่อ 24 กรกฎาคม ค.ศ. 2022
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Kevin G
Tecumseh, แคนาดา302 ผลงาน
ก.ค. ค.ศ. 2022
A beautiful park. We rented bicycles and were glad we did since we could see alot more of the island for the time we had. Cedar Springs was a very nice area. Next time we will go to the north side of the island, Definitely a nice place for a visit. It looks like a great place for camping as well.
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HPol P
โตรอนโต, แคนาดา203 ผลงาน
พ.ค. ค.ศ. 2022 • คู่รัก
Quick trip over to Chimney Bay on Daytripper, trails are well marked and easy to follow. Rugged Cambrian shield rock, nice walk. Boardwalks through the bush areas. Great views. 4 hours just enough time for a packed lunch and the return boat trip.
เขียนเมื่อ 22 พฤษภาคม ค.ศ. 2022
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Rockiroads
ออชาวา, แคนาดา1,148 ผลงาน
ก.ค. ค.ศ. 2021
I have been to this area many many time not just Beausoleil Island. Parked a boat many time at other National treasures other than this island. There are incredible views and nature, great camping and great places to put your boat either on the hook, or at a park dock (if your lucky to get a spot). Its a must see place. Great out buildings for campers to get out of the rain with bear proof lockers. Some camp sites with decks for a tent and bear proof places for garbage The biggest advice is to be mindful of the weather, the rocks in the water, and watch where your going on the land and water.
เขียนเมื่อ 3 สิงหาคม ค.ศ. 2021
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Nuard T
1 ผลงาน
ก.ค. ค.ศ. 2021
We had a two-night stay at Cedar Springs Campground on Beausoleil Island this past weekend ... and it was nowhere near long enough. The campsite is boat-access only, and we booked a round trip with Georgian Coastal Water Taxi (highly recommend this service! Todd and Rick are exceptional).

I really can't praise this experience enough. It felt like we were brought to a magical realm. The staff were incredibly knowledgeable, friendly, and welcoming. For such a small campground, it is incredibly well-maintained. There were indoor showers with hot water, bathrooms, and large food lockers peppered throughout the site. Our campsite (#9) was conveniently located steps away from both a food locker as well as a potable water station, close to the Visitor's Centre, bathrooms, and the trailhead.

If you're planning a trip here, be sure to leave enough time to attend the island's programs. Hiking through the beautiful vistas is so much more enriching when you can identify the plants and know the history. These free programs change every day and are offered on a board by the Visitor's Centre, which is close to the main dock of the island. There were at least 3 events on every day -- from hiking tours, archaeology talks, lessons in island wildlife, and Indigenous cultural/natural knowledge.

Indigenous knowledge and culture should be the foundation of any camping trip on Turtle Island, because it is so closely interwoven within our natural surroundings. To have Indigenous guides sharing their own knowledge was really something else, especially when we considered just how long this knowledge has been passed down, honed, honoured, and defended. Special shout-out to Shawn and Emilie, who taught us about local name etymologies, island archaeology, the rich history of the island (pre- and during colonization), and took on us a very special hiking tour where we learned so much about the plants endemic to the area, and their uses by Indigenous Peoples and settlers. Also a shout-out to Mike, storyteller extraordinaire, who kept adults and children alike enthralled with Anishinaabe myths and legends, which he integrated into the island's special features.

The other campers were very friendly and a little walk through the campsite felt like walking through a small village; everyone saying hello and giving advice/recommendations.

Our favourite things: We saw monarch caterpillars turning into chrysalids, water snakes basking in the sunlight, a hognose snake shedding its skin, blue jays flitting through the trees, a tiny thrush unleashing its haunting song, approximately 1,000 chipmunks, sweet little brown bats roosting, woodpeckers tattooing American basswood in strangely beautiful designs, serene wetlands, lush deciduous and coniferous forests, and the island's amazing makeup of indigenous plant species and geological features.

Tips for a comfortable stay for beginner campers: There are black bears that frequent the island, so make sure all your food and toiletries (anything that smells) is packed separately from your camping gear, so you can easily bring it to and from the food lockers that are provided for campers' convenience. Don't forget to put your garbage in there as well! There are also rattlesnakes and poison ivy is abundant, so watch where you step. Make sure you book a water taxi in advance of your trip (I highly recommend Todd and Rick over at Georgian Coastal Water Taxi). DO ask the staff about the island and which trails they recommend for your comfort level. There is something there for everyone, but the longest route (up to Fairy Lake, Goblin Lake, and Goblin Bay, the vistas of which inspired many of the Group of Seven's paintings) takes around 8 hours. The Heritage trail is a must-see, which takes you to a Métis cemetery. And of course, DO attend as many of the camp's programs as possible. It is really a privilege to learn from someone like Shawn :)
เขียนเมื่อ 12 กรกฎาคม ค.ศ. 2021
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VGDutchie
น้ำตกไนแอการา, แคนาดา70 ผลงาน
มิ.ย. ค.ศ. 2021
First off...when you book Cedar Springs Campground and it says walk in....its boat in! You need to take a private charter to Cedar Springs as it's on Beausoleil Island. We used Todd from Georgian Coastal Water taxi. He was such a great Captain! Helped us with our gear, friendly and on time. FYI if you are camping you need to make your own arrangements for transportation, the park does not help you with this. The cost is between $140 - $170.

Hannah from the Park was the most amazing and helpful human!!!! She helped us with arrangements and was wonderful to work with.

FYI, the island is infested with gypsy moth caterpillars that poop all over everything. Apparently this doesn't happen every year. The beach was beautiful our site was great. We made the best out of a 3 day rainy weekend. And...thankfully we didn't see any rattle snakes that are indigenous to the island.
เขียนเมื่อ 30 มิถุนายน ค.ศ. 2021
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Paradise421855
1 ผลงาน
ก.ค. ค.ศ. 2020
Have gone to Beausoleil Island by my boat for several years. Mostly day trips. Parking slips availability not guaranteed but you can always go to another location close by, There are many to choose from.
Positive: People camping or boating are mostly friendly and helpful. Park staff are great. Facilities are clean. Bears are a common occurrence.
Negative: Lots of cigarette smoking around the dock,
Many dogs running loose. And poo on the beach. Some boaters are noisy in the evening.

I still would go there again though.
เขียนเมื่อ 16 มีนาคม ค.ศ. 2021
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Jacqui M
วอเตอร์ลู, แคนาดา5 ผลงาน
ส.ค. ค.ศ. 2020
An incredible day! We've been to Beausoleil Island before so knew what to expect (one of my favourite places in the world). This year, it was particularly difficult to find a way there with the Parks Canada DayTripper and the Honey Harbour Marina taxi services shut down due to Covid-19.

After searching on Google and many calls to local marinas, we were ready to give up when we stumbled across Scott Blake at C-Tow Marine Assistance! (1-705-529-4973)

Scott picked us up promptly -- right from our dock, and shuttled our family (including our dog) to and from the island.

Sharing this info to hopefully help others this year!
เขียนเมื่อ 13 สิงหาคม ค.ศ. 2020
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Coolio P
1 ผลงาน
ก.ค. ค.ศ. 2020
Booked it for 2020 but they didn't tell us the shuttles running to and from the island aren't working. Do not book this place in 2020. BOATS ARE NOT RUNNING IN 2020 DO NOT BOOK IF YOU DONT HAVE YOUR OWN BOAR
เขียนเมื่อ 18 กรกฎาคม ค.ศ. 2020
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