The Best 48 Hours in Parry Sound
Today starts with the same itinerary from the Parry Sound Overview, arriving by mid-day and spending the afternoon on the Island Queen boat cruise, walking along the Fitness Trail and dining at one of the Bay Street waterfront restaurants.
The next morning after a great breakfast, your day begins with filling a cooler with a picnic lunch. Just north of Parry Sound is Killbear Provincial Park (you would have seen the Park during yesterday’s boat cruise). On your way
into the Park, I recommend you stop atWhite Squall Paddling Centre to try your hand at canoeing or kayaking on quiet Cole Lake. Once you’ve had your fill, head over to Killbear Park. You can spend a full day visiting the Interpretative Centre, hiking trails, wandering along the rocks at the shoreline and swimming at the beautiful sandy beach. After a full day in the sun, a short drive from the Park is a great fresh fish restaurant called Gilly’s Snug Harbour Restaurant (closed on Mondays). Have dinner and then head back to watch the sunset in Parry Sound.
If you prefer the earth under your feet, Parry Sound Bikes offer full day rentals and equipment with recommended itineraries for all skill levels.
After a big breakfast and checking out of your accommodation the next day, pick up the remainder of the Parry Sound Overview itinerary by visiting the shops in downtown Parry Sound, the Museum and Observation Tower for that last look at Parry Sound before saying goodbye