We have always enjoyed exploring areas in off season as it often has little to no tourists, chances of seeing wildlife are higher and for all intensive purposes it is incredibly peaceful to be on your own in the outdoors. We just finished exploring Killbear Provincial Park in winter where we saw more wildlife than people! Killbear gets over 380,000 visitors each year during its operating season (May-October). While during the busy months it is still very peaceful to camp and hike along the shores of Georgian Bay, the winter offers an unparalleled experience with almost no one in sight.
Located just north of Parry Sound just short of a two hour drive from Toronto Killbear Provincial Park it an easy destination for a day trip or an over night adventure. Camping is not available in the winter season but accommodations can be found in Parry Sound. Depending on your weather conditions while driving to Killbear Provincial Park in winter your drive could be closer to just over three hours.
We hope these photos will inspire you to visit Killbear Provincial Park in winter, its off-peak season to explore the true beauty it has to offer.