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Please make your Killarney Provincial Park reservation prior to booking canoes.

We do take a credit card number at the time of booking, however WE DO NOT CHARGE ANYTHING ON IT UNLESS YOU CANCEL with less than 5 days notice.
In this case, a one day deposit per canoe will be charged to your credit card.

Sorry, we do not take one day reservations - we have a two day minimum - three days for long weekends.

If you wish to reserve outfitting equipment, please enter your request in the comments section of the form below.


Killarney Kanoes

Located in the park at:

1611 Bell Lake Road
Killarney, ON CANADA

Spring, Summer, Fall Phone Numbers:
1-705-287-2197
1-888-461-4446 (Toll-free)

Winter (Nov 1 to April 30)
1-705-919-0331

E-mail: mike@killarneykanoes.com

Mailing Address:
PO Box 66, Station B
Sudbury, ON P3E 4N3

(an asterisk * denotes a required field)
Name: *
E-Mail: *
Home Phone: *
Work Phone: (optional)
Arrival Date: *
Exit Date: *
Access Point¹ BellGeorge Johnny Carlyle*
Total Number of Canoes: *
You can book up to 3 different types of canoes below. If you only need one type, just use one row.
First Type of Canoe:
Quantity:
*
Second Type of Canoe (if required):
Quantity:

Third Type of Canoe (if required):
Quantity:

The following information is required if accessing at
George Lake, Carlyle Lake or Johnnie Lake
Number of paddles (and approximate height of paddlers):

Number of pfds (and approximate weights if under 110lbs):

Comments: eg. if entering and leaving from different access points, outfitting supplies, etc.

Credit Card Type:

VisaMastercard

Credit Card No:

*

Credit Card Expiry: (MM/YY)*

¹ George Lake is the main park access point. Bell Lake is the second most used. Johnny & Carlyle do not have permit issuing stations. If you do not know your park access, let us know what lake your first night is on, and we can let you know the closest access point.

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