Harold Point Campground, Killbear

1 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.

Harold Point has 131 sites many of which are electric sites. Most of the sites can accommodate 18ft and 25ft trailers. A few sites can accommodate larger trailers. There is a comfort station with shower facility within the campground. Harold Point, Granite Saddle, Lighthouse and Georgian campgrounds are radio-free and generator-free.

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Curlgirl

(Reviewed on August 2021)
A great camping experience at Killbear
My husband, six year old son and myself visited Killbear for several nights in July 2021. We camped at Harold Point, site 532. This site is about a two minute walk to the bathrooms and the beach, which was super convenient. It a bit of a tricky set up as most of the site is on an incline with the exception of the only footprint at the base that worked for our 10’ x 14’ tent. Unfortunately when the rain hits gravity sends the water from the rock above right towards the tent area. Definitely need to dig a small trench on each side to direct water elsewhere. Loved the fire pit location on the upper side of the site, just in front of beautiful rock formations. There is a family of deer who live just above this site and they would visit us both during the mornings and nights. During our stay, the comfort stations were closed for repairs to the water lines for a few days. Once they opened up again everything was in working order and they were cleaned regularly. The beach at Harold Point is very family friendly. Soft sand, not many boats and shallow water for the kids to play in. We checked out all of the other campgrounds and beaches during our stay and we’re very happy with our choice to stay at HP. We were fortunate to have a good crowd in our area of the campground. Everyone was respectful and noise was never an issue. Firewood and ice were readily available at the camp office but outside of the park you can find those things along with anything else you might need at The General Store on the main drag just a few minutes away. Don’t miss checking out the sunset from the jumping rocks. One of the most beautiful things I have every seen in my life! We hiked the Lookout Point Trail, Lighthouse Point Trail and one other I can’t remember. You definitely need good mobility for these hikes. Beautiful spots to visit. We didn’t see any rattlesnakes but they are around so pack proper footwear for hiking. The Nature Centre and gift shop is also worth a visit. Very educational and great souvenirs. This was our first Killbear visit and we loved it. Such a beautiful spot and so much left for us to still explore. We hope to be back next year for an even longer stay.
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