Many of the beautiful islands that dot Georgian Bay’s eastern shores are provincial parkland, or government owned, making them available for boaters to enjoy day picnics on or spend a few nights anchored or tied to shore.
Some are accessible by canoe, kayak, sea doo, or small sail boat while others require an over night vessel.
Rock on! Often you get lucky and will have the whole island to yourself to explore!
And a few have docks available if you prefer to spend time with other boaters or feel safer tied to a dock. Check your charts for locations.
The 30,000 islands of Georgian Bay comprise the world’s largest freshwater archipelago and they all have something special to offer. Be it an isolated getaway, an evening sunset, photographing wildlife, or meeting new boating friends, exploring these islands should be a priority on every boater’s “bucket list”!