Killarney lies on the shores of Georgian Bay, in the district of Sudbury, Ontario. It was designated a municipality almost nine years ago, consisting of the community of Killarney and Killarney Provincial Park, and such smaller townships as Allen, Attlee, Bigwood, George Island, Goschen, Hansen, Kilpatrick, Struthers, and Travers.
Killarney Provincial Park is a hotspot for camping. While you're there, be sure to take some binoculars and check out the over 100 different species of birds that reside there. Also in the park - away from the campgrounds, of course - reside beavers, moose, deer, martens, black bears and wolves.
The French River Delta is another great place for outdoor recreation in Killarney. Enjoy a canoe or kayak along the river rapids. Or, for something more relaxing, check out the French River Waterway Provincial, where you can camp and/or take a hike through the forest.
Be sure to visit the French River (different than the above) and Key Harbor - the forgotten ghost towns of Killarney.
Q. Killarney is a popular geographical name. Where else in the world can you find a Killarney?
A.Ireland, Australia, Zimbabwe, Johannesburg (South Africa), Vancouver, Manitoba, Edmonton, Calgary.