George Lake Campground is the only developed campground in Killarney Provincial Park. The campground is open for camping all around the year. The campground has a total of about 142 campsites spread around four areas – A,B,C and D. Only few selective sites in area D and C are waterfront facing and are usually booked up early in the season. The main beach is located in the campground area A but there is also a smaller second beach located near area D. If you can’t find campsite availability at Killarney for your preferred dates, check out schnerp to get alerts when new sites open up
The campground also offers 2 rustic cabins and 6 yurts for rentals. The cabins are located in Area B secluded from the tent sites and the Yurts are found in their own private location in Area A. Visitors can park in a nearby lot and use the wagons available on-site to bring their gear to the site.
George Lake campground area also has an access point to launch canoes and kayaks to access the park’s backcountry canoe-in sites. The park has a total of 184 backcountry canoe-in and 34 hike-in sites.
In Winter, the park offers a great trail network for cross-country skiers. The campground is the perfect place to try out winter camping. Channel your inner survivalist by pitching a tent. For more advanced winter campers, Killarney is also popular for backcountry winter camping. For those not ready to tent it in the snowy season, the yurts and cabins are open all winter.
The park is popular for its beautiful hikes and many of them are in and around the George Lake campground. The La Cloche Silhouette Trail, a 78 km hiking loop, begins and ends at the George Lake Campground. The campground also provides access to the Cranberry Bog Trail.
For digital online copy of the park and campground map, check out Killarney Outfitters’ park map