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Friday, August 3, 2012

Killbear Provincial Park

Killbear is a 4300 acre provincial park located on Georgian Bay just north of Parry Sound, Ontario. It opened to the public in 1960 and is home to 9 different camp grounds and 1200 sites.

I camped at Killbear for the first time last year and immediately fell in love. I'm not sure if was the sandy beaches, nature trails or the amazing scenery begging to be photographed. Maybe all of the above.

I decided to go back this summer, albeit a little late - I was only able to book my campsite for one night. We stayed at site #57 in the Kilcoursie Bay, which is right on the beach, close to the showers, water, toilets and poison ivy.

I ended up taking several hundred photos during my stay but here are a few of my favourites that I've processed so far.

Killbear Provincial Park 2012

Afternoon Storm

The Night Sun

I'm already looking forward to going back next summer.

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