|Nearest City||Killarney, Ontario|
|Property Type||Cottage Resorts|
|Rate||From $143 / Night|
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Our Resort offers the following:
* 2 bedroom housekeeping cabins with 2 double beds and 2 twin beds
* Pillows and mattress cover
* Fully equipped kitchen - stove, fridge and heater
* Solar and Propane Lighting
* Outdoor fire pits for cooking and campfires
* Large open deck
* Central shower house with flush toilets
Bed & Breakfast:
Avalon Eco Resort has a charming Bed & Breakfast. Our rooms are quaint, with your choice of a queen size bed or 2 twin beds. Main bathroom has jacuzzi air tub.
A delicious, hearty breakfast is served in our main dining area overlooking East Bay on Tyson Lake. Just let us know, at time of booking, what your food preferences are and we will endeavour to meet your needs. Perfect for those that love the outdoors during the day but look forward to some comforts in the evening.
Experience a new adventure and stay in one of our tipi’s. 18’tipi sleeps up to 6 people, more if you snuggle; 14’ tipi sleeps 2-4 people. You’ll need your camping gear less your tent. It’s perfect for those arriving the day or evening before going into Killarney Provincial Park. There is also a central fire-pit, located between the two tipi’s, for outdoor cooking and campfires. It’s a beautiful area for group gatherings, family re-unions, couples or for having a workshop/event.
There are 4 campsites offered for tenting. One is lakefront and will accommodate a small to medium sized tent. It’s a small area that is beautiful, private and has a breathtaking view. Maximum occupancy 4. Our road side campsite will accommodate a small pop-up trailer or a couple of larger tents. Maximum occupancy 8.
This building sits over Tyson Lake and has a panoramic view of the lake. We offer this as an alternative to camping (in a tent). Very secluded and private. There is a fire-pit for outdoor cooking and campfires.
The area was first settled in 1820 by French Canadian fur trader Étienne Augustin de Lamorandière and his Anishinaabe wife Josephte Saisaigonokwe. A trading post was established and called Shebahonaning, an Ojibway name, meaning canoe passage. There are no historical details when the name of the town changed to Killarney. Hwy 637, connecting Killarney to Hwy 69, was constructed in 1961/62. The road officially opened July 20, 1962. Prior to its construction, the community relied primarily on water transport via Georgian Bay and the North Channel (Lake Huron). The town is also served by the small Killarney airport.
Killarney Provincial Park
In 1959 the Killarney Park area was set aside as a wilderness preserve. In 1964, with the help of lobbying efforts by the Group of Seven, 4,000 square miles (10,000 km2) of Georgian Bay shoreline were set aside as a wilderness reserve and Killarney became a provincial park. The area showcases the wild Georgian Bay Coast of pink granite, the La Cloche Mountain range with white quartzite ridges and over 50 clear, sapphire lakes.
Waterfront Description & Nearby Activities
The breathtaking beauty of Killarney has inspired artists from around the world, most notably the work of the Group of Seven. Majestic white granite cliffs, blue sparkling lakes, pink granite shoreline of Georgian Bay and soaring red and white pines await the artists palette.
Whether you take photo’s for the love of the hobby or you are a professional photographer, Killarney is the place to shoot, offering spectacular landscape views for your camera, memories and portfolio.
A 15 minute car ride takes you into Killarney Provincial Park. Whether early morning or mid afternoon, on your own or with our guide, Killarney has some of the most beautiful land ever seen. Artists and poets alike have come to be inspired.
Killarney offers miles and miles of wilderness for a field trip for you and your family or group to enjoy bird watching. To name just a few we have robins, bluebirds, red-winged black birds, goldfinches, humming birds, a variety of woodpeckers, eagles, loons and the great blue herons.