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Killarney Provincial Park, Killarney
Categories: National Parks, Nature & Parks
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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Multiple hiking trails with spectacular views. This area is a must see for those that love the outdoors.
für einige Tage im Nationalpark, einfach nur super. Die Plätze groß und gut angelegt. Toilette und Dusche überall vorhanden und sauber. Wandertouren für alle Leistungsstärken in unmittelbarer Nähe. Di... read more »for a few days in the National Park, just super. The places large and well arranged. Toilet and shower all available and clean. Hikes for all levels in the immediate vicinity. The nature, there are no words, you have to experience it. I will come backshow original
Relaxing place, fully immerse in a spectacular nature, the white quartzite and clear blue lakes ,and a wonderful company made our vacation unforgettable.
Peter D. Townshend
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.
Even if you are not a backcountry camper (we are not), you should still make a day trip on canoe with a few portages to Killarney lake or OSA lake. The views on the two lakes are breathtaking and a must see for anyone. We go there on a single canoe with 3 kids and a dog and make it from the main camp ground to OSA in about 2 hours. Give yourself more time on the way back as you will be tired.
When visiting this park, we did the hike to the crack (6 km - 4 hours). When doing this hike, prepare yourself with decent hike boots, because you are going to climb rocks. The view at the top of the mountain is incredible. Also make sure you bring something to eat but make sure to Bring Back all your garbage. No bins at the parking at the beginning (and end) of the Trail is a minor, because ignorant People throw their Trash on the ground.
We camped in Killarny Provincial Park for 4 days. The scenery was amazing with lots of thick forests, lakes and mountains to hike. We brought our own canoes but they rent great quality light canoes at Killarney Kanoes. Call ahead if you want to reserve a site for camping . It is back woods camping so prepare accordingly. The hike up Silver Peak is highly recommended. Take lots of water for the hike. If you are camping, you will need a water filter pump to clean the lake water to drink.
One of my favourite parks in Ontario. Truly buitifull. Many portage roots for biggeners and experienced campers.
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