All comfort stations are barrier-free. There are nine designated wheelchair accessible campsites (#’s 50, 51, 94, 228, 282, 434, 436, 594, 1178).
There are boat launches in Blind Bay and Lighthouse Point Campgrounds. Due to low water levels they are limited to smaller boats (< 20 feet).
Comfort stations (complete with showers, flush toilets and laundry facilities) are located in Kilcoursie, Beaver Dams, Georgian, Harold Point, Lighthouse Point and Blind Bay Campgrounds. The only campground without a comfort station is Granite Saddle.
The Day-Use area has a sandy beach with a designated swimming area. There are shady areas with picnic tables, hibachis, water taps and flush toilets nearby.
Flush toilets are found in various locations throughout the campgrounds as well as at the Day-Use area.
Laundry facilities are available at the comfort stations in every campground except for Granite Saddle.
The Nature Shoppe is operated by the Friends of Killbear Park and is located in the Visitor Centre. It features clothing, souvenirs, nature books and artwork.
Ice and groceries are available outside the park at local stores or in Parry Sound (35 km from the park)
Pet Exercise Area
There is a dog beach located near the Group Camping area which is the only location in the park where your pets are allowed off leash.
There is one picnic shelter located at the Day-Use area. It can be rented for exclusive use (phone 705 342 5492 to reserve), but it is normally available on a first-come first- served basis.
Trailer Dump / Fill Station
There are 2 potable water stations located in the Park. One on the edge of the Park Office parking lot and one at the grey water pump out station located off Day Use Beach road.
The Visitor Centre has 1,000 square metres of exhibit space with interactive exhibits about the park and the surrounding area. Popular attractions include the live Massasauga Rattlesnake and Eastern Foxsnake. Snake talks are held daily during the summer. Located on a stretch of rocky shoreline, the Visitor Centre has stunning views of Georgian Bay.