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  • Sydney Daniels

killbear 2020

After more than 130 days in quarantine, we finally left the house.

This provincial park is one of my absolute favourite places on earth. Killbear is home to beautiful wildlife and stunning landscapes. My family and I have been camping here for the past 7 years, and each one seems to top the one before it. From the bike paths to the beach, everything in this park manages to possess this surprising, unspoken beauty. Sunset Rock is probably one of my favourite spots in the campground. Although it is a very popular spot at dusk, I was still able to capture Killbear's iconic sunsets with their main staple; the windswept tree.

Killbear is one of those places that can entertain and satisfy anyone that enters the campground, no matter what type of trip they're looking. Not only is it visually appealing, but there are so many fun things too keep you busy while you're visiting. Obviously there's the classic camping activities like hiking and swimming, but there's so many other unique features that Killbear has to offer campers. For a more leisurely-activity, biking on the rec. trail or catching frogs at the frog pond are great options. If you're looking for something a little more extreme, you'll probably enjoy cliff-jumping in Blind Bay. By the end of the day, you'll be more than ready for a relaxing campfire.

The best thing to happen since we were allowed "bubbles"

Killbear is a summer-essential for me, because I love being able to detach myself from the world and wander around the forest. This park is home to such beautiful wildlife, big and small. Some common residents you might find can be frogs, toads, dragonflies, butterflies, caterpillars. Bigger critters living at Killbear are the classics, like chipmunks, squirrels, and raccoons, but if you're lucky, it's possible to see deer, moose, snakes, turtles, and the parks most famous resident, bears. Tons of furry, scaly, and slimy friends to keep you company.

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