Killarney Outfitters

canoe - hike - kayak
a true Canadian experience
est. 1972

Canada & USA 1.888.222.3410
+1.705.287.2828

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Ultra-Lite Kevlar Canoe Rental Rates

Weight
Daily Rate (Days 1-4)
5 days & over Daily Rate
16 '
39lb
$37.00
$34.00
17 '
44lb
$39.00
$36.00
18.5 ' with (3rd seat)
48lb
$42.00
$39.00
Rates are per calendar day (not per night or per 24 hour period); Quoted in Canadian Dollars plus 13% HST tax

Killarney Outfitters rental canoes are on site and available directly at:

  • Bell Lake access, main Canoe Beach, Killarney Park

  • George Lake main canoe beach, Killarney Park

  • Chikanishing Creek access point, Killarney Park

Our canoes are also available for delivery to:

  • Chikanishing Creek (access to Georgian Bay and Phillip Edward Island)
  • Johnnie Lake access, Killarney Park
  • Carlyle Lake access, Killarney Park
  • ** NEW** Point Grondine Park : Explore the Kaa-Gaa-gehns Water Trail connecting to the park interior lakes or the coast of Georgian Bay to Phillip Edward Island.

Delivery fee: $10/canoe or kayak

Learn about our ``New` Water Taxi Canoe & Kayak Shuttle, click here

Krystle and Karen holding 16' & 17' Souris River Quetico canoes. Kevlar Canoe rentals, Killarney Outfitters

Our Souis River Quetico Canoes are made right here in Ontario and are available in three lengths to suit your needs.

Our canoes are equipped with Teal I or Teal II deep dish, ash, contoured yokes for comfortable portaging.

10% off for schools, scouts and other non-profit groups.

All canoe rentals include: - 2 paddles - 2 life jackets (PFD's) - Saftey Kit

Rates are per calendar day (not per night or per 24 hour period); Quoted in Canadian Dollars plus 13% HST tax
Portaging a Souris River 18.5' Quetico Canoe, Killarney Provincial Park
Portaging a Souris River 18.5' Quetico Canoe, Killarney Provincial Park
Portaging a Souris River 18.5' Quetico Canoe, Killarney Provincial Park

Facing Waves TV - Paddling TV

Kayak Philip Edward Island, Part One Canoeing in Killarney Park - Part Two Kayaking on Georgian Bay - Part Three
Facing Waves TV - NBC Sports Facing Waves TV - NBC Sports Facing Waves TV - NBC Sports

A Canoe Trip Around Killarney - family style

Here's Kevin's first of a series of videos on his family 10 day canoe trip around
Killarney Provincial Park in Ontario, Canada.

The trip started at the town docks of Killarney and looped the borders of the park in a clockwise direction: Killarney Bay-Fraser Bay - Baie Fine - McGregor Bay - Nellie Lake - Van Winkle Lake - Great Mountain Lake - David Lake - Silver Peak - Carlyle Lake - George Lake.

Part One

Part Two

Part Three

Part Four

Part Five

Kevin Callan
“The Happy Camper”

Kevin Callan
“The Happy Camper”

Kevin Callan
“The Happy Camper”

Kevin Callan
“The Happy Camper”

Kevin Callan
“The Happy Camper”

"What sets a canoeing expedition apart is that it purifies you more rapidly and inescapably than any other. Travel a thousand miles by train and you are a brute; pedal five hundred on a bicycle and you remain basically a bourgeois; paddle a hundred in canoe and you are already a child of nature.”
Pierre Elliott Trudeau - Exhaustion and Fulfillment: The Ascetic in a Canoe -1944, aged 25yrs

"We are a nation of canoeists, and have been since the earliest days, paddling our way up the St. Lawrence, across the lakes, over the portages of the shield, west along the North Saskatchewan through the Yellowhead gap and thence southwest by the Columbia and Fraser rivers to the sea. When someone asks you how Canada could exist as a horizontal country with its plains and mountains running vertically, tell him about the paddlers."
Pierre Berton
- Why We Act Like Canadians - 1982

“A Canadian is somebody who knows how to make love in a canoe.”
Pierre Berton - 1973

 

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Killarney Outfitters
1076 Hwy 637, KILLARNEY, Ontario. Canada, P0M 2A0

+1.705.287.2828
Canada & USA - Toll Free 1.888.222.3410

( located just 4 minutes West of the Killarney Park main gate )

paddle@killarneyoutfitters.com

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