Killarney Outfitters

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a true Canadian experience
est. 1972

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Silver Peak
The Crack
Lake of the Woods
Chikanishing Creek
Granite Ridge
Cranberry Bog
Lighthouse Trail
Tar Vat Bay
George Island

Point Grondine Park
Merv’s Landing - 6.0 km Looped Trail

La Cloche Silhouette Trail
Discription & Guide - 78km

La Cloche Trail Trip Reports

Point Grondine Park
Wemtagoosh Falls 21km Looped Hike 3/4 days

Hike - The Cranberry Bog

Access Cranberry Bog trail starts from the campground road, near site #103
Length 4km, loop trail
Time 2.5 hrs
Difficulty Moderate
Caution In wet weather rock surfaces are very slippery

The Cranberry Bog Trail offers a fascinating look at the park's dry and wetlands. Join this interpretive hike and discover Proulx Marsh, the Cranberry Bog and famous A. Y. Jackson Lake.  

Cranberry Bog Trail begins at the Proulx Marsh. This marsh is the last in a chain of wetlands which empties into George Lake. In 1997, Proulx Marsh was almost covered in water, but today most of the water is gone. Technically Proulx Marsh isn't a marsh at all but what is commonly called a beaver meadow. It is possible that in 100 years Proulx Marsh will have to be called Proulx Forest.

The trail leads hikers past some of the park’s loveliest scenery. Bogs, marshes and swamps grow a variety of plants such as sundew, leather leaf, pitcher plan, and cranberry.  Beaver feed piles can be seen along the way.  Many birds frequent this trail’s habitats, and Blanding’s Turtles have been known to make occasional appearances in Cranberry Bog. Evidence of glaciation ranges from smooth rock surfaces to glacial striations and chatter marks.  A.Y. Jackson Lake, named after the Group of Seven artists, is striking – blue waters nestled against a backdrop of pink rock and evergreens – a lovely place to sketch or take a picture.

Killarney Outfitters

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


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