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Just spectacular!

After leaving our interior campsite at Killarney Park, we decided to spend several nights camping... read more

Reviewed 3 February 2018
Canadian_Guy1000
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Toronto, Canada
My son's and I lived on this island for a week and explored it all!

This is a fantastic trek! Great trails with a lot of wildlife and much shoreline to explore You... read more

Reviewed 24 October 2017
CaptMc
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South Haven, MI
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Reviewed 3 February 2018

After leaving our interior campsite at Killarney Park, we decided to spend several nights camping on Philip Edward Island, which still constituted Crown Land. However, first we had to buy two parking vehicle stickers from the Killarney Park office in order to park at the...More

1  Thank Canadian_Guy1000
Reviewed 24 October 2017

This is a fantastic trek! Great trails with a lot of wildlife and much shoreline to explore You may see bear, egrets, ducks beaver etc

Thank CaptMc
Reviewed 14 August 2017

We rented kayaks and paddled all through the islands. Pack a lunch and pull up onto the granite for a meal and a swim.

Thank LORITURR
Reviewed 11 June 2017

Love boating and fishing in Collin inlet, Mill Lake and around the Foxes and Chickens. Just be REALLY careful to stay in the marked Chanel's or you will lose the bottom end of your motor! A note to people using the Chikaneshing creek launch to...More

1  Thank Frequentfisher
Reviewed 29 October 2016 via mobile

This is not a destination for the faint of heart. My wife and I did a 5 day kayak trip, circumnavigation of Philip Edward Island. If you love solitude, beauty, challenging your strength and pooping in a hole, this is the trip for you. Be...More

3  Thank KEVIN P
Reviewed 13 September 2016

Philip Edward island is one of the most spectacular areas of Ontario to explore. You can leave your vehicle at Killarney Provincial Park and canoe the river out into Collins Inlet. There is a lot to explore. The views are breathtakingly beautiful. The air is...More

2  Thank Wolfmaan
Reviewed 6 September 2016

Spent several nights out here on a kayaking course and enjoyed the remoteness and views. There were no out-house's on our camp area so be prepared to take a walk into the woods and find a spot. Great views over the lake, the rock and...More

Thank BritInCalgary
Reviewed 25 August 2016

kind of scary when wind is high, but absolutely gorgeous stupendous place to go canoe/kayak camping.

Thank RICHARD H
Reviewed 19 July 2016

If you are coming to Killarney Ontario, you must paddle Phillip Edward Island and all of the hundreds of islands that encompass the big Phillip Edward Island. You can camp, stop for a break/lunch etc on any of the islands, but they are truly breath...More

Thank Patrick K
Reviewed 19 September 2015

This review is for kayakers /canoeists .. PEI is a fantastic place to start your trip. If the winds are high on the Bay, then paddle into Collins Inlet from Chickanishing Creek... if the winds are light , then you have the whole south shore...More

1  Thank Larry E
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Sharon C
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Response from Canadian_Guy1000 | Reviewed this property |
I see your question is very old, but just in case, let me answer it. Philip Edward Island is on Georgian Bay, so there aren't any lakes to speak of; of course, all kinds of boats are allowed on Georgian Bay. This is still... More
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