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Killarney Provincial Park, Designation: Wilderness Park is considered the crown jewel of the Ontario park system and is one of the most popular canoeing, hiking and kayaking destinations in Ontario. Its gleaming quartzite mountains, [Silver Peak 1765ft / 538m ASL] clear topaz lakes, hardwood forests, clinging pines and challenging trails make Killarney Provincial Park a very special preserved wilderness that you can explore and enjoy. Abundant wildlife including many species of Birds, Beaver, Otter, Whitetail Deer, Moose, Bear, and Wolves (squirrels' everywhere) are frequently viewed. Phillip Edward Island and the Georgian Bay 'Littoral" are ranked amongst some of the worlds finest coastal expedition sea kayaking destinations, or canoe tripping for that matter...no portaging required! Also, the fishing here is the best on the Georgian Bay coast, large and small mouth bass, northern pike, muskie, rainbow trout, lake trout and lots of perch. Killarney Outfitters has over forty years of experience steering visitors to the most desirable and sought-after canoe, kayak and hiking routes and trails within Killarney Provincial Park and Georgian Bay.


Paddling Guide: Killarney Provincial Park.

Baie Fine: kayaking a Freshwater Fjord and jump into lake Topaz

Swift pack Boat| Gear Review and Paddling Test.

Kevin Callan: The Happy Camper part1.

Kevin Callan: The Happy Camper part2.

Kevin Callan: The Happy Camper part3.

Kevin Callan: The Happy Camper part4.

Kevin Callan: The Happy Camper part5.

Killarney's Western : 3 Day Canoe Trip | Baie Fine to Killarney Village

Facing Waves Part 1: Kayaking Philip Edward Island.

Facing Waves Part 2: Canoeing in Killarney Park Coast

Facing Waves Part 3: kayaking on Georgeian Bay

5 Day Canoe trip in Killarney: Part 1

5 Day Canoe trip: Part 2

5 Day Canoe Trip: Part 3

Wilderness Trail: 10 Days on the La Cloche Silhoutte Trail.