This trail crosses a typical Canadian Shield landscape of smooth, pink granite and windswept pines and features great views of Georgian Bay. A trail guide outlines the geological history of the area and how glaciers shaped the surrounding landscape.
Killbear has a new bike trail that runs parallel to the main park road from the park entrance to Lighthouse Point Campground, a distance of 6 kilometres. This trail will eventually serve as the anchor for a multi-use recreational trail that will run from Killbear Provincial Park to Algonquin Provincial Park and connect with the Trans Canada Trail Network. This Georgian Bay peninsula is a water lover's paradise for swimming and sailing, fishing and boating. Camp by a sandy beach, on a rocky shore or under the trees.
Hike to lookouts for views of Parry Sound, that lonely white pine on a windswept rock or one of Georgian Bay's spectacular sunsets.
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For more information on the great sport of snowshoeing please see our partner Snowshoe Canada
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