Killarney Provincial Park is about 4.5hrs north of Toronto and is one of the few wilderness parks of Ontario.
This is a mid-spring camping so arriving on a wet, cold, rainy day was somewhat expected. Our campground was at George Lake Campground.
First of our 3-day camp was a little bit dissapointing. We were both wet and chilly, couldn't do much.
The next day was just perfect. We immediately went to the nearby beach and sat, dipped our feet into the water, while we watched the wildlife and other visitors enjoy a beautiful day as well.
After a chill from the cold water of George Lake, we decided to hike part of the Silhouette Trail. We hiked up to the first backcountry site just to feel sorry we couldn't go any farther, and see more of the astonishing view of the Silver Mountain.
On our third day, we biked to the Chikanishing Creek at one kilometer west of the George Lake campground. We were suppose to hike the Chikanishing Trail but we couldn't find the trail head. We just went to the nearby river, and watched a bunch of fishes jump against the falls.
About 10km west of the George Lake campground is the town of Killarney. This small town is a dream. Walk around the town in just a couple of hours and you've already met the entire population. And the beauty of it is, it sits right on Georgian Bay.