BEAVERSTONE BAY

NOTE: KAYAK TRIP
LOCATION: Northern Ontario, Canada
TRIP STARTS: Chikanishing Creek
TRIP ENDS: Beaverstone Bay
TOTAL DISTANCE: ~16.7 Miles
TRIP TYPE: In and Out, Backtrack Trip
TRIP DIFFICULTY: Moderate
ROUTE USED: Chikanishing River, Collins Inlet
TRIP TRAFFIC: Moderate to Heavy
TRIP TYPE: Day or Overnight Trip

MORE INFORMATION:
Ontario Provincial Government
Highway 637
Killarney, Ontario P0M 2A0
Canada
(705) 287-2900

HIGHLIGHTS: Beaverstone Bay sits just off the Georgian Bay in Northern Ontario and shares its water with Lake Huron. It is located between Philip Edward Island and the mainland of Ontario near Killarney and many sailboats enters its waters and follow the Collins Inlet seeking shelter (and sometimes overnight protection) from the winds and waves of Lake Huron. This kayaking trip starts at the Chikanishing Creek just outside of Killarney, Ontario and ends at Beaverstone Bay. In the Bay (and throughout Collins Inlet) there are numerous islands that make great campsites and you will have a chance to enjoy some swimming, fishing and the abundant wildlife while you are in the area.

Paddling and Hiking the Georgian Bay Coast Guidebook For This Area A Paddler's Guide to Killarney and the French River Guidebook For This Area

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