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Explore the wetlands, rock ridges, and abundant wildlife of Killbear Provincial Park, where the fluctuating water levels of the Great Lakes have created a varied range of shoreline ecosystems. Follow the hiking trails for spectacular views and chances to spot deer, foxes, snakes, and maybe even a bear along the way. Wandering off the trail requires some caution, but the campground guides will be happy to help you out. Put Killbear Provincial Park and other Parry Sound attractions into our Parry Sound online road trip planner , and watch your holiday take shape.
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Killbear Provincial Park Reviews
We arrived at the park in early September, 2017, a few days after the Labour Day Long Weekend and it was our 3rd visit at this park in 9 years. The park employee gave us a list of vacant campsites and... more »
I have been camping at Killbear Provincial Park for many years and introduced my young son to Killbear when he was 3 years old. Today, he is a grown man with a daughter of his own and we introduced he... more »
So much to do, great beaches, relaxing. Although sites are a little less private with the recent loss of some trees - it is still peaceful. Love going to sunset rock, doing the hikes and heading to Ki... more »
It is a beautiful provincial park situated between Barrie and Parry Sound. Beautiful scenery and beaches. Great for families. Kids will love being here. If you want to book a spot for a camper it tends to fill very quickly as it is a very popular park. They also have a modern visitor centre.
Killbear. A great place for camping and summer fun. We go every year for family vacation. Lots of activities for the kids - beaches, visitor centre for learning about the area and the local animals, trails to walk on and view Georgian Bay. There’s a 10k wood chip trial for biking, jogging and walking. Lots of sites for camping of all sorts. Why 4 stars? Well as funding $ cuts have happened over the years, there’s less and less staff — there’s great washroom amenities, however, sometimes they lack in cleanliness due to high traffic. Love this place, love the park, staff are great, snakes are great. A pristine park to visit ... why go south when you can go to a beach at Killbear? Book early for a spot!
Awesome spot to camp. Kids programs were a nice amenity, lots of different activities for families planned everyday. We brought our kayak and explored local lakes, there were plenty of options nearby. Also visited several islands from the main park, nice to explore the area. Not too much noise even in the weekends, we will definitely be going back.
Amazing views and scenery! Also bring bikes and helmets, awesome trails. Bugs aren't bad as well ( depends ). Camper and tent lots are perfect as well and always kept clean. Usually see lots of nature's aquatic and land animals such as deer and Bass! Overall Killbear is a great park, all family's should visit!😁
We had such a fun time camping at Killbear! The staff is wonderful, the facilities are modern and clean, and the grounds well kept. We were there on Thanksgiving weekend. The weather beautiful! There is lots to do. We went on a really interesting medicinal plant hike and we took lots of pictures of the famous tree and the beautiful night sky!
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