Georgian Bay Biosphere Reserve
The Georgian Bay Biosphere Reserve
Visitors can explore a mosaic of open waters, sheltered bays, coastal wetlands, exposed bedrock shores, sand and cobble beaches, and quiet inland lakes.
The barren rock islands and iconic west wind pine are matched by crystal clear outer waters that are loved by boaters, campers, and sailors.
The Georgian Bay Biosphere Reserve was designated by UNESCO in 2004 as an area of geological and biological importance and is considered the world's largest freshwater archipelago.
Be sure to checking out the Amazing Places, within the 30,000 Islands region of Ontario that truly capture the beauty of the world’s largest freshwater archipelago. Read more here