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Killbear Provincial Park

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Each year we go to killbear for fall camping, in it’s self is an amazing experience.

Fall camping is amazing, no bugs the camp is not crowded and lots of wildlife walking around... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Ginette H
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We stayed in July for 2 nights on Beaver Dam campsite. The site was large and super close to the... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
Greenteakitkat
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35 Killbear Park Rd, Nobel, Parry Sound, Ontario P0G 1G0, Canada
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Reviewed yesterday

We visited last year and had a much better time. This year there was 3 campers around us running generators most of the day which was annoying. Still a good park but getting much to busy and noisy to call it one of my favourites....More

Thank Bluntforce18
Reviewed 3 days ago

Fall camping is amazing, no bugs the camp is not crowded and lots of wildlife walking around (Deer). We have camped during the summer months at killbear park and I see from others and their reviews of group camping. My only response to group camping...More

Thank Ginette H
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

We stayed in July for 2 nights on Beaver Dam campsite. The site was large and super close to the beach, like 3 campsites away! Beach was really nice, water was beautiful. The water did get deep pretty quickly but it has buoys on a...More

Thank Greenteakitkat
Reviewed 5 days ago

We just got home from an awesome time at Killbear. This is our second time to stay at Killbear. Both times, the experiences were great for the kids, and for my wife and I. It is a challenge to book the site you want, as...More

Thank EhMan
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

We went as 8 families together on our yearly camping trip to killbear, and you know how employees drive around making sure no one is doing anything wrong and making sure we don’t need anything? Well, there were particular employees who would drive by, stop...More

1  Thank zoyaspring
Reviewed 1 week ago

Everyone I have ever talked to who has visited Killbear has said it is one of the very best parks, but we didn't have a great experience this past long weekend. We had booked two campsites in Blind Bay B (855 and 857). Site 857...More

1  Thank LuvMuskoka
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Camped here for a couple of nights recently. Found our site nice and large with lots of space between sites. 30 amp service. Park is beautiful. So many great views. We did a few hikes on some trails and walked along the rocky waters edged....More

Thank outandabout4u
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Definitely a beautiful Anchorage small fee to be on shore and a good Marina nearby. Only concern is that there seems to be a little friction between campers and boaters. Just play safe near the beach and everyone's happy well almost everybody there's always a...More

Thank sgdagenais
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We do like Killbear, but it can get busy. On this trip, we had a great spot and it was really close to the beach which was nice. Our neighbours had about 8 people and a full sized ping pong table (!) which they played...More

Thank R G
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I wish we still had the Canada 150 free parks passes in effect but I dont think I will be on this earth for Canada 200. I want to explore and revisit allmthese lovely parks I have visited before like beautiful Killbear National Park. Being...More

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Carolyn T
8 August 2018|
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Response from Lalablue22 | Reviewed this property |
I seen a few places you could bring your boats on shore. But to get to the store you would need a map of the park to see how far you were.
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LizAvrutov
28 May 2018|
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Response from smalltowntravel | Reviewed this property |
They do have fire bans on rare occasion - based on forest fire risk - it can be a full ban or only allowed for cooking. The rest of the time there are no restrictions, but if you have a fire late at night expect a visit... More
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GottaGetta
18 May 2018|
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Response from craigmacker | Reviewed this property |
Yes. There are stores within 10 mins of the park that rent canoes etc. It is allowed and is an amazing spot to explore!
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