Enjoying the view of the windswept pines on the rocky Canadian Shield shoreline of Georgian Bay Island National Park, located in Georgian Bay Ontario, is just one of the many beautiful things that await your visit. Lying on the edge of the Canadian Shield, the Park Islands are home to both northern and southern species of animals and plants.
The site seeing begins with the purchase of a Georgian Bay map. The Georgian Bay map contains the many different attractions that are sure to fill your day with their beauty. There are many things to explore and enjoy in Georgian Bay Ontario.
For instance, Northern Beausoleil Island area's characteristic bedrock and wetland environment is rich in many species and is a major breeding area for amphibians, turtles, and snakes. Southern Beausoleil Island area's hardwood and mixed forests are good representations of regional woodland communities. These are two of several different options that appear on the Georgian Bay map.
The Cottage Georgian Bay is located on the West Side of Georgian Bay Island National Park, in Georgian Bay Ontario, and is definitely worth consideration. The Cottage Georgian Bay is a place where you can rent a cottage. The cottages are fully furnished with all the comforts of home. You can view the entire Georgian Bay Island National Park from the balconies that are present in each cottage. A visit to Cottage Georgian Bay, located in Georgian Bay Ontario is sure to unfold many breathtaking opportunities.
Georgian Bay Ontario houses many Island and water experiences. The islands and surrounding waters offer splendid opportunities to explore the character and setting of the southern 30,000 Islands. Provision is made for a range of visitor opportunities. Each of them are defined by its natural setting and level of social contact.
Cedar Spring, located south of Georgian Bay Ontario is the semi-serviced campground and day-use area on Beausoleil Island. Cedar Spring also offers visitors the greatest diversity of learning and enjoyment opportunities.
A Constrictor, the fox snake, which emits a fox-smelling musk when bothered, is amongst the animals that prefer the open exposed areas of the park. It feeds on mice and squirrels. The only lizard is the five-lined skink. The ring-necked snake about completes the list of cold-blooded inhabitants of the park. It is cobalt blue with tiny yellow rings around its neck. As with the fox snake, they are most likely to be found in the valleys between the outcrops. Both snakes can also be found sunning on the rocks.
A hike along the trails of Georgian Bay Islands National Park is the perfect place for the visitor that has a keen eye and a vivid imagination. They can spend many hours being awestruck by the beauty that unfolds as they hike along the trails.
We would love for you to stop in the visitor's cabin and sign our guest book. If you choose, check the box next to the newsletter. That will put you on our mailing list of nearly 100,000 guests for the past four years. Our newsletters are packed full of exciting news about the wildlife and many other things found at Georgian Bay Island National Park.