Saturday, 29 July 2017

Killbear Provincial Park

Killbear Provincial Park is immortalized in many Group of Seven paintings and a visit to the park feels like you are stepping into the canvas. Rocky shores jutting into Georgian Bay; clear, weedless water; weatherworn trees gripping for purchase on the rocks; and an array of earthy colours that change throughout the year define the area.

By Robert Swier from Osaka, Japan - Wind Tree Clouds, CC BY 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=7737263
It is a protected gem in the middle of Ontario’s burgeoning cottage country, one that many seek out to embrace the feeling of wild experienced by our ancestors.


It is also considered an exceptional boating destination with plenty of hidden bays in which to anchor for a day of swimming.  


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