Open May 11 – Oct 13, 2013
Spring Hours (May 11 – June 21) 10 am – 3 pm
Summer Hours (June 22 – Sep 1) 10 am – 5 pm
Fall Hours (Sep 2 – Oct 13) 10 am – 3 pm
Exhibits focus on the natural and human history of Killbear Provincial Park and the surrounding area.
See a live Massasauga Rattlesnake!
Find out what animal regularly hunts and kills porcupines!
Learn how the trees at Killbear were used for making explosives during WW1.
Discover how the park got its unusual name.
See a model of the largest fish in the Great Lakes.
Learn about the geologic forces that created the incredible rocks at Killbear.
Park naturalists are always available to help answer any questions you have about the park. During the summer Park Naturalists also lead Guided hikes, Children’s Programs and present Evening Programs at the amphitheatre
Snake Talks 11:30 am
Join our park naturalists most mornings during the summer and meet Jimmy the Eastern Foxsnake. This is your chance to find out about snake research at the park. You can also touch this large threatened constrictor that lives amongst the 30,000 islands and adjacent mainland. (Please note that snake talks are not held when Jimmy has just fed, or is about to shed).