The Georgian Bay Islands National Park (English Georgian Bay Islands National Park of Canada, French Parc national du Canada des Îles -de- la- Baie- Georgienne ) is established in 1929 Canadian National Park, in the Georgian Bay of Lake Huron at Port Severn in the Canadian province of Ontario is an area of ​​26 km ².

Natural site

The park consists of 63 small islands and forms a section of the world 's largest freshwater archipelago, consisting of a total of about 30,000 islands. The landscape shape ruffled Weymouth pine trees and bare rocks that inspired the artists group of the Group of Seven to images made ​​known this area in the Canadian public by the wind. The largest island is Beausoleil Iceland.