Killarney Provincial Park, Killarney

(4.7/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
Get up close and personal with Mother Nature across 645 sq km (249 sq mi) of natural beauty at Killarney Provincial Park. Located on the north shore of Georgian Bay, the wilderness park treats visitors to sapphire blue lakes, white quartzite ridges, and a campground near to George Lake. You can get active at the popular hiking and kayaking destination, which features over 80 km (49 mi) of trails, as well as an abundance of canoeing routes. While you can visit at any time of year, the park becaomes particularly popular for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing during winter. Arrange your visit to Killarney Provincial Park and discover more family-friendly attractions in Killarney using our Killarney vacation generator.
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  • I have paddled up to 3/4 of the lakes during numerous trips in the back country of Killarney over the years. I have climbed Silver Peak twice (awesome climb, wonderfully 360 degree view) and sat near ...  more »
  • This is one of my favourite provincial parks to visit. With a myriad of lakes nestled among the LaCloche mountains, there's something for everyone. Canoe or hike, take your pick. Clean campsites too. 
  • Stayed in a yurt here at the end of November. The yurt had some mildew or something on the walls inside that was a bit off putting. I don't know if this can be cleaned. It wasn't major but we were a b...  more »
  • Best of all parks to go to yet! Beautiful scenery. Quiet campsites. Canoe campsites far and near.Everyone is out and about on canoes, hiking trails, or just enjoying the sites. It is hard to get one of the 135 sites. One must reserve to ensure a site. A place to visit more than once b/c there is so much to see. Two weeks is not enough!
  • Bell lake loop, can't get enough of it. My favourite and in my opinion the most scenic short portage loop in Ontario. Added bonus of having access to silver peak trail hiking which has spectacular views. See you again soon!
  • This park offers calling for people with all levels of experience. The scenery is second to none. I would rate Killarney better than Algonquin thanks to the breathtaking views and tranquility. It's nice to feel like you have an entire lake to yourself rather than always being aware of the other 20 campsites around you.
  • Place you need to visit. There are few day trails, but mostly you will need few days to get to some remote locations or use canoe to see emerald lakes and most breathtaking views. You start from main park entrance, need parking permit. Cranberry Bog day trail starts from George Lake, i went opposite way, as it goes straight to few majestic views at A.Y. Jackson Lake and peaks around. There is an trail to left, no loop, about 05 mile, going to George Lake and another amazing view.
  • The lacloche-silouette trail is well worth the visit if you are interested in backcountry hiking. Lots of great views.