The Municipality of Killarney stretches from Baie Fine and Frazer Bay in the west, to the French, Pickerel, and Key Rivers in the east. The Village of Killarney was originally founded in 1820 as a fur trading post and has evolved through the years to become one of Northeastern Ontario’s most popular tourist destinations.

GO – The wilderness landscape of Killarney Provincial Park has long captured the imagination of outdoor enthusiasts­­ and artists, such as the Group of Seven’s A.Y. Jackson, Franklin Carmichael, and A. J. Casson.

DO – Sample world famous fish and chips at Herbert Fisheries where freshly caught whitefish, hand-cut fries, and homemade coleslaw will surely tempt your palate.

SEE – One mile east of the Village of Killarney, on Red Rock Point, stands the Killarney East Lighthouse, looking out over the North Channel of Georgian Bay. Built in 1909, the lighthouse was recognized in 1991 as a Federal Heritage Building.

SNAP THIS – “The Crack” trail will reward your three-to-four hour hike with truly spectacular photographs from its unforgettable summit.

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