Killbear Provincial Park, Nobel

Categories: Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
4.3/5 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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  • 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...  read more »
  • I have camped here on a few occasions and also visited for the day. This park offers much of the same scenery and wildlife as Killarney but not quite as far away or as remote. It is absolutely beautif...  read more »
  • nice quit and near to nature after pay 15 dollar whole day pass you enjoy all park park was very big 
  • 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.
  • I'm more of a backcountry backpack camper but this was a nice change and relaxing. Park officials are a bit extreme with noise as we were merely speaking at a quiet volume just as the sun was going down and we were almost fined - eventhough you couldn't hear us more than 5m away. Wasps and dead ants also call the beach their home so some of the girls didn't want to stay too long.
  • The campground is well-used, with somewhat closely placed sites that can be awkward to get a camper into. Electrical hookups were oddly placed and took extra cord to connect. But there was a nice bicycle trail alongside the campgrounds leading to the point, where there was a beach and a nice hiking trail to an old lighthouse. The nature center had kid and adult friendly exhibits that you would not want to miss.
  • This is our go-to campground for our yearly camping trip. It is always difficult to get a good campground here, especially at Beaver Dams, as it's in a great location, close to the lake. There is a good mix of people there, but I find it seems to be very popular with families. Try to get a site within walking distance of the lake.
  • We visit more than 10 Provincial Parks every year and this is still one of my favorites. Harold Point Campground is good in the summer if you want something a little quieter and there are sites for larger 5th wheels. Short walk to the rocks and great views. Also one of the only parks that has a off leash dog park and it is huge with a great beach (up near lighthouse point) Very dog friendly!
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