Killbear Provincial Park, Nobel
(4.4/5 based on 260+ reviews on the web)
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. Add Killbear Provincial Park to your Parry Sound travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Parry Sound itinerary maker.
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  • I was travelling alone, enjoying the fall colours. Drove out to lighthouse point and walked the short trail to the end and then found the protected beach with a picnic table where I was able to set up...  more »
  • Great place to hike and see some amazing views. Got amazing pictures. Staff very helpful to direct you to best trails to take. 
  • Fantastic place to camp! We stayed here for 5 nights in August and 3 nights again in September at Georgian and Harold Point campgrounds. This is definitely wilderness camping so make sure you are prep...  more »
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  • Love this park!! Reserve extra early if you are booking in prime camping season as it can be difficult to get a site. Fall camping is now open from thanksgiving until the end of October. It's a great time to see the park with the fall colours and it is much quieter with better chances of spotting wildlife
  • A wonderful provincial park that offers one of the best quick access points to Lake Huron on this coast. A wonderful trail, great access to water, rocks, forest - and more importantly few people offer a wonderful way to get acquainted with this Great Lake. Shooting video or taking photos with a drone is highly advantageous for this location, but whether you have one or not, it is a wonderful location to enjoy a brisk walk or take in the scenery. There are multiple trail options - the long one around the lake and the short one where I have been with my family, which only takes about 40 minutes.
  • Probably my favorite provincial park to camp/swim/hike in. Amazing sunsets, beautiful woods, beautiful granite rock and the Canadian shield. Lots of mother deer's with baby fawns in late summer, an elusive bear that I have yet to see. The dog off leash area has the best swimming area in my opinion along the slopped rocks. Granite Saddle camp.area and the most beautiful beach, and night sky filed with stars and the most amazing moon setting if you can catch one.
  • Amazing Park with great camping areas, safe swimming locations, interesting local displays, and all the amenities that some campers prefer. Highly recommend to book as soon as possible as it is a very popular destination.
  • This was always my favourite provincial park growing up as a kid. There is lots of amenities and over 6 beaches and plenty of campgrounds. Definitely reccomended! Just watch for the snakes as I saw a watersnake at the public beach.