Green Properties: Public Access

 

Visiting Guidelines

 

PLEASE NOTE: Updated Covid-19 Visitor Guidelines are in effect:

  • Do not visit if you are sick or have been advised to self-quarantine
  • Always keep at least 2 metres of distance between your group and others
  • Respect visitor limits and other rules enforced by Georgian Bay Land Trust staff and volunteers

Thank you for your cooperation!

 

These GBLT properties are open for public access and enjoyment.

Before visiting, please read our Visitors’ Guidelines.

More information about each of the properties and its GPS coordinates can be found by clicking on the property name

Natural areas (green) – Managed to protect unique natural features and also to provide quiet, low-impact, nature-based activities like picnicking, swimming and hiking. These properties typically have a history of use. All visitors are required to follow the GBLT’s Property Code of Ethics and to watch for “Ecologically Sensitive Area” signs and avoid use of those areas.

Visit the Property Visiting Guide Online

DOWNLOAD A PRINTABLE .PDF OF THE GBLT PROPERTY VISITING GUIDE


GBLT GREEN PROPERTIES

American Camp (Wah Wah Taysee)
Crane Lake Reserve (Crane Lake)
Friend Island (Pointe au Baril)
Hotham Island – Campbell (North Channel)
Ingersoll Island (Sans Souci)
Little McCoy (Pointe au Baril)
The Lizard (Cognashene)
Manitou Dock Island (Manitou)
McGregor Bay – La Cloche Mountains (McGregor Bay)
Oldfield Lake Reserve (Blackstone Lake)
Sandy Island (Sans Souci)
Southeast Wooded Pine Island (Go Home Bay)
Thomson Reserve (Nares Inlet)
Umbrella Island (Sans Souci)
West Lookout Island Reserve (Pointe au Baril)