Trip Description

Join us for a celebration of our country’s 150th birthday with a paddle and camp​​ out on​ a lonely pine-clad island. Georgian Bay offers spectacular campsites with great views of the open water and weathered granite shores. Your days will be spent exploring the islands learning about the plants and animals that make up our unique coast, designated as a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve.  In the evenings you can lie on sun-warmed shores and gaze into a sky full of stars. Take time out to swim, read a book and generally kick back in this natural paddlers’ paradise. Thanking our lucky stars we get to do this in the most amazing place on the planet.

Customer Comments

“An excellent way to truly experience the beautiful waters of Georgian Bay; especially, for those wondering about kayak/camping. Highly recommended.”
- Past Trip Participant

Trip Details

We Bring

Fully equipped kayaks, group camp gear & tents, tasty snacks and meals, qualified guides & safety gear.

You Bring

Your charming self, personal gear, sleeping bag, mat & small instruments.

See our recommended packing list.


July 18-20, 2017 (3 days)


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Basic paddling & assisted rescue skills.

Trip Resources

Want to know what the trip will be like or how to pack? See our trips resource page.

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