Killbear Provincial Park is Ontario’s provincial park located on Georgian Bay in the Parry Sound District, near the town of Nobel. Killbear combines sandy beaches typical of the Great Lakes with the rock ridges and pines of the Canadian Shield. The park boundaries lie within the Georgian Bay Littoral UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.

Activities in the park include camping, swimming, various water and beach sports, boating, cycling and fishing. The park’s proximity to southern Ontario make it very popular, especially in peak season, and reservations are often necessary despite its large number of campsites. The campgrounds are divided into campsites which are often focused on a feature such as a beach. They include: Beaver Dams, Blind Bay, Georgian, Granite Saddle, Harold Point, Kilcoursie Bay, and Lighthouse.

Check this nice drone video of the light wind sunset windfoiling on Lake Huron at the Killbear Provincial Park.

Every beach except for Blind Bay campground is friendly and accessible for water sports and foiling, but a small camping ground Granite Saddle has been windsurfing favourite spot for decades, and offers the best location to lunch from for prevalent summer SW winds that are often 10-20 knots on pretty much daily basis.

Parry Sound Bay is a beautiful boating destination with sailboats and other boating enthusiast enjoying the rugged shores of Canada’s largest fresh water archipelago and part of the UNESCO-designated Georgian Bay Biosphere also known as the β€œ30,000 Islands”.

It is well protected and a very safe destination for both beginner as well as expert hydrofoiling water sports enthusiasts. More and more foilboards can be seen every year at this beautiful park making it one of a kind foiling and camping experience.

Killbear Provincial Park Camping Grounds and Beaches Map

For camping reservations and other camp details check Killbear Parks Ontario website at