Beaver Dams Campground, Killbear

5 Reviews 35 Eddie Ramsay Parkway, Nobel, ON P0G 1G0

About the Campground

Killbear offers car camping at all seven campgrounds with most campsites being less than a five-minute walk from the shoreline. Beaver Dams campground has almost two thirds electrical sites and only a few tent only sites. Most of the sites can accommodate upto 18ft trailers or RVs

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zori

(Reviewed on September 2022)
Very Pretty
Our family has camped here a few times. The thing I remember most about this site is the crystal clear water. It's beautiful here. Lots of hiking trails, lovely beaches, and great sites to put your tent.

Mitchell.lindsay

(Reviewed on August 2022)
What a spot
Been camping at killbear since I was a kid and it never get old. Awesome staff and all the sites are great.

Colette_Nault-Stewart

(Reviewed on August 2022)
Killbear Provincial Park
Killbear PP is a really beautiful provincial park. The iconic leaning white pine tree located on Sunset rocks is a must see and the sunsets are breathtaking. There’s a beautiful 6 km recreational trail to walk or bike. There’s 3 hiking trails that offers spectacular views of Georgian Bay. It’s definitely a beautiful park to go to.

brookead

(Reviewed on August 2022)
Beautiful Park
We loved camping at Killbear! It was absolutely beautiful and the sites were great.

JennyC

(Reviewed on August 2021)
Our Happy Place
Beaver Dams has many beachfront non electrical sites and tons more electrical ones up the road away from the beach. It has a kilometre long beach and direct access to the “Sunset Rocks” and infamous “tree” where you can create lasting memories and snap some fabulous photos. There are several flush toilets and a full comfort station available too. It’s our favourite part of the park!
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