1611 Bell Lake Road
Mike Malott has been in the business of renting canoes in Killarney Provincial Park since 1986, when people accessing at Bell Lake were few and far between!! Since then, Bell Lake has become busier, but it is still one of the most peaceful spots in Ontario (and a lot less busy than George Lake).
Mike literally grew up in Killarney Provincial Park (he moved to Bell Lake in 1970), and has been pretty much everywhere in the eastern end of Killarney. If you have any questions about Killarney Park, we will do our best to answer them - just email or phone us.
We rent quality canoes and equipment, and have an unparalleled reputation for accuracy and efficiency. Please email us if you have any questions, or use our secure reservation form if you would like to make a canoe or equipment booking.
Where We Rent Canoes in Killarney Park
Our main location is right on the water at Bell Lake, where we have staff on hand to set you up with your canoe. Driving directions.
In addition, we issue the permits for the Bell Lake access point at this location. The hours for this are 8 am until 8 pm, seven days a week.
We also have canoes onsite at George Lake, already set up with paddles and lifejackets. These are secured by combination locks, and we will give you the combination when you phone and provide a Visa or Mastercard number.
We deliver canoes, free of charge, to the Johnny Lake and Carlyle Lake access points, by prearrangement.
Sorry, we do not deliver to the
Willisville access point.
When We Rent Canoes in Killarney Park
We are open from around the beginning of May until the end of October. We can't be more specific than that, as the ice conditions on Bell Lake are what determines when we can be here.
We answer the phone between 7 am and 8 pm, seven days a week. We appreciate it if you don't call outside those hours - you can't put answering machines on radiophones!
We're located on Bell Lake Road.
From Sudbury: Take Highway 69 south. Turn right onto Hwy 637 West (approximately 1/2 hour south of Sudbury).
From Southern Ontario: Take Highway 400/69 north. Exit at ramp for Hwy 637 West (approximately 28 km north of the French River bridge).
Follow Highway 637 west for 38 km. Watch for signs for Bell Lake Road; turn right. Follow Bell Lake Road approximately 8 km. At the T junction, turn LEFT. The parking lot and Bell Lake are approximately 1 km after the turn.
** Bell Lake Road is a rough gravel road with washboard sections. Please drive slowly and carefully.