The provincial park system deems Killarney as the crown jewel of the provincial park system. While I have not managed to camp at EVERY provincial park in Ontario (yet!!)...I would certainly agree that Killarney deserves a visit or three. You have to book ahead as it is a small park but it is worth the effort to do so and the long drive to get here. This most recent trip, we did a four night interior canoe loop trip...through Carlyle, Johnnie, Three-Mile, Balsam, Deacon, David and Clearsilver Lakes. Although our weather was disappointing (wet, windy and cold)...it was still beautiful.
We then car camped at George Lake...enjoying the Cranberry Bog and Granite Ridge Trail one day and then the George Island loop trail the following one (all highly recommended!).
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