After driving in busy traffic on a hot July weekend, we couldn’t wait to lay our towels down on the rocks and enjoy the sun rays at Killbear Provincial Park.
We spent most of our afternoons exploring all of the beaches the park has to offer.
We hiked up the rocky incline on the north side of the Granite Ridge campground in time
to catch the sun setting over Georgian Bay. With no marked paths we ventured
towards a fewdifferent lookouts before reaching the end of the cliffs looking at western views.
The beach at Lighthouse Point Campground was quiet and refreshing after a long day of walking and taking pictures.
Grantite Ridge beach
Took a short hike to capture this scenic view on the Lighthouse Point Trail.