If you want to camp with your dog(s), Killbear Point Provincial Park is a place to go. I was so pleased to find they feature a Pet Exercise Area, and even more pleased when I tried it out.
It's a area of the park, which is devoted to pets. It includes quite a nice chunk of wooded areas and couple small beaches, where your dogs are allowed to run off leash, enjoy the woods and the lake.
You get to have a lot of fun with your dog, meet other dogs and their owners, all knowing that this is a place where it's specifically allowed. I commend the park for thinking of our four-legged companions and making provisions so they also can enjoy their holiday.
Killbear Park is a lovely location, and this just makes it THAT much better.
Watch out for some of the slippery rocks near water.
Hahaha, I think I should make it a quiz and find out what kind of wildflowers these are. I'll give it a try some day to find out their name. But for now I will just call them beautiful red and yellow wildflowers :-)
Killbear Park is known for it's beaches and it's watersport possibilities. The beaches are small, but look very nice. Hmmmm.... a bit too crowded for me though. I am not a fan of busy beaches, so I actually skipped this part of the Park, and explored the what more remote areas.
This is a picture of me at the entrance of Killbear Provincial Park. I've been here also in 1997, and I had some great memories of that trip. So that's why I was eager to go here again.
If you want to find more info about Killbear Park, please take a look at this website : http://www.ontarioparks.com/killb.html
You actually don't have to go to the provincial park to see these flowers. You can see them anywhere in this region on the side of the roads.
Aaah, now this is what I like! Hahaha, I love to see wildflowers and taking a closer look at them :-)
So here are some flower picture I took that weekend.
Killbear is a place for water lovers. You can go sailing here, or canoeing on the lake. Take a speedboat or whatever boat has your fancy.