Bonnechere Provincial Park, Killaloe
Categories: Nature & Parks
Bonnechere River Provincial Park is located along the Bonnechere River in Ontario, Canada. A 23km long section of the Bonnechere River, starting at the Algonquin Park boundary and terminating at Bonnechere Provincial Park, has been protected as a waterway provincial park. It is a "non-operating" park, meaning no fees are charged and no staff are present with only a few services offered.This scenic portion of the river is particularly suitable for canoe camping.Put Bonnechere Provincial Park and other Killaloe attractions into our Killaloe trip generator, and watch your holiday take shape.
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Canoe the Bonnechere river or round lake, nice sandy beach, beautiful campsites on the water. Well kept and quiet for all!
My wife and I stayed at site 24 for a couple nights in early Sept 2016 and enjoyed the park. The site was great and easily accommodated our large tent, rain shelter and truck. A windstorm blew in duri... read more »
Excellent provincial park for paddling and fishing. Campsites are all large and accommodating. Park is clean and the beach is amazing place for people with small kids.
Awesome beach and play area for kids.
Really nice site, nice staff.
Beautiful, safe, great beach, awesome trails.
Love camping here. From hiking the trials to paddling the river to swimming in the lake. With great programs and clean facilities, there is no better place to take the kids camping.
Park warden are friendly, not sure why they need bullet proof vest? seems a bit expensive just to sleep on the ground but safe environment if you have children. Research the sites before you reserve one to make sure you get a decent spot. Overall a good experience, watch out if your lugging a trailer, its very tight in some spots.
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