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Alerts and Advisories as of: July 2, 2022

Fire Bans

No firebans at this time

There are no fire restrictions at this time.

Boil Water Advisory

No boil water advisory at this time

There is no boil water advisory at this time.

Beach Postings

A "posting" is an indication of elevated bacteria levels in the water, not intended as an indication of operational status.

Beach Name Sample Date Posted
East Beach (Main) June 3, 2022 No beach posting at this time
West Beach (2nd) June 3, 2022 No beach posting at this time
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Park Advisories

1 Automated birdsong recording devices will be in use between May through to July in Killarney Provincial Park. This activity contributes to the Ontario Breeding Bird Atlas project. Devices will be set up well off trail, and it will be highly unlikely they will record human voices or personal information. Nonetheless, that possibility exists.

Personal information is collected under the authority of the Provincial Parks and Conservation Reserves Act. Images or recordings that inadvertently capture suspected criminal, safety or security violations may be disclosed to the appropriate law enforcement agency. Any remaining records that contain the image or recording of an identifiable individual will be deleted or altered to make the individuals unidentifiable.
2 Please be advised, for 2022 arrivals all paddling backcountry campsites have moved to a site-specific reservation model, this also means that all paddling backcountry campsites have received a new campsite number. For your convenience a site number change chart has been developed and can be found at to assist with booking your favorite sites. New park maps will also be available in the spring of 2022 with updated campsite numbering.

3 Backcountry Site 115 Relocated

Please be advised, the location of backcountry campsite 115 on Johnnie Lake has changed. Campers staying on site 115 are required to use the new location, approximately 450m north of the previous site. Always use the posted signs to locate backcountry campsites.