Where can I camp at Killbear?

The most sought after, or “best” Killbear campsites, according to most visitors are those on the Beaver Dams campground close to both the water and Sunset Rock where the Killbear Tree is located.

Where can I camp at Killbear?

The most sought after, or “best” Killbear campsites, according to most visitors are those on the Beaver Dams campground close to both the water and Sunset Rock where the Killbear Tree is located.

How much does it cost to camp at Killbear?

The cost to rent this facility is $39.75 per person per night HST included. A $250 reservation deposit will be taken at the time of booking and a $500 damage deposit will be taken at time of arrival. Please contact the park directly for lodge reservations at 705-342-5492.

Are there bears in Killbear Provincial Park?

Black Bears are a fact of life at Killbear Provincial Park. For most park visitors, seeing a bear is an exciting experience. However, the excitement diminishes when that bear is rummaging through your cooler or tent, in search of food. Bears are normally shy of humans and quickly get out of our way.

Is Killbear open for day use?

Killbear is open from June 25 until the last weekend of October. During this time all visitors must have either a Camping Permit, or a Day Use or Seasons Pass (available for purchase at the park offices).

Are there snakes at Killbear?

We have 11 species of snakes at Killbear – half of these are Species At Risk. For the Massasauga Rattlesnake and Eastern Foxsnake, these wild shores of eastern Georgian Bay represent some of their last suitable habitat.

Is there WIFI at Killbear?

Is there Wifi at Killbear Provincial Park? Yes, if you need a Wifi connection, there is Wifi service at the Visitor Centre.

Are there wolves in Killbear?

Eastern Wolf (Mammals of Killbear Provincial Park ) · iNaturalist.

What is special about Killbear Provincial Park?

Killbear’s Name Killbear Provincial Park sits on a peninsula which has been called Killbear Point for over 140 years. For years, stories have been told about a logger killing a bear (or a bear killing a logger) as a log boom was towed around the point on the way to the large sawmills in Parry Sound.

Are there rattlesnakes in Killbear park?

Massasauga Rattlesnake The Massasauga rattlesnakes of Killbear Provincial Park are part of what makes this place special and unique. As Ontario’s only venomous snake, this snake deserves our respect.

Is there cell service in Killbear?

Don’t know if they have free Wi-Fi, but my hotspot worked and there is cell service. Hope this helps. Helpful? There is a visitor centre at killbear that provides wifi though you have to pay for it.

Why is it called Killbear?

Killbear’s Name For years, stories have been told about a logger killing a bear (or a bear killing a logger) as a log boom was towed around the point on the way to the large sawmills in Parry Sound. The trouble with these stories is that the logging era here took place between 1860 and 1920.

Where is Cliff Jump Killbear?

Harold Point
Killbear Cliff Jumping One of the most unique and exhilarating activities at Killbear is cliff jumping at Harold Point .

Can you rent kayaks at Killbear?

If you’ll be camping at Killbear Provincial Park this summer, kayak rentals are available at the Killbear Park Mall for 24-hour periods.

Does Killbear have a beach?

Beaches. There are more than 4 km of beaches scattered along the Killbear peninsula. The longest beach is almost 2 km long and there are numerous smaller “pocket” beaches flanked by rocky headlands. Each campground (except for Georgian) has at least one swimming area designated with buoys.