Killbear Provincial Park is in Parry Sound on the beautiful Georgian Bay on Lake Huron.  We drove north of Toronto and on through the Muskoka area to Killbear.

 

Killbear isn’t too far off the main highway and sits directly on the Georgian Bay. It was an easy drive in and had a small general store near the entrance.

 

Campground: Beaver Dams at Killbear Provincial Park
Location: North side of Parry Sound, west of Trans Canada Highway
Site: 257 (back-in)
Cost: $59.31 (CAD)
Services: E (30AMP) – service at least 25 ft from vehicle
Comments: A lovely wooded campground with lots of sites/loops of various sizes and various levels of service.  The campground was pretty much full when we were there with many people there for more than a few days. It was in the middle of the summer and there were lots of families with kids and dogs. It was a bit busy and hectic for my liking but it was still a beautiful location.

 

The campground was steps away from the Georgian Bay with a swimming area and lots of big rocks to climb on along the shore. We had beautiful weather and it was quite warm and a bit muggy.  Georgian Bay is beautiful and the water quite refreshing on a humid, hot day.