Killarney is a Lake Huron cruise port (on Baie Georgienne/Georgian Bay's northern shore) and a small town in Canada's Ontario province (Sudbury District) with population under 500. Killarney can be accessed by road (Highway 637), small aircraft (Killarney Airport) and also by boat (mainly from Little Current (on Manitoulin Island).
The settlement was founded in the early-19th century as a French fur trading outpost. In 1949-1961, the site was operated as a fishing camp by the Detroit-based Fruehauf Trailer Company (aka Fruehauf Corporation/1918-1989, truck trailers manufacturer). The company's clients and guests were flown to Killarney via sea planes for vacationing during the summer.
|Date / Time||Port|
|03 Oct 23:59||Departing from Chicago, Illinois|
|04 Oct 08:00 - 18:00||Milwaukee, Wisconsin|
|05 Oct 13:00 - 06 Oct 19:00||Traverse City, Michigan|
|07 Oct 07:00 - 15:00||Mackinac Island, Michigan (anchorage)|
|08 Oct||Lake Superior (Canada)|
|09 Oct 07:00 - 18:00||Duluth, Minnesota|
|10 Oct 09:00 - 20:00||Thunder Bay, Ontario Canada|
|12 Oct 12:30 - 19:00||Killarney, Ontario Canada|
|13 Oct 07:00 - 19:00||Parry Sound, Ontario Canada|
|14 Oct 07:00 - 14:00||Tobermory, Ontario Canada|
|15 Oct 08:00 - 19:00||Windsor, Ontario Canada|
|16 Oct||Lake Erie (Canada)|
|17 Oct 08:00||Arriving in Toronto, Ontario Canada|
As tourism travel and leisure destination, Killarney Provincial Park attracts visitors with popular outdoor sports activities like biking, boating, canoeing, fishing, hiking (short and long trails), hunting, camping and wilderness lodges, swimming (2x beaches). Canoes and snowshoes can be also locally rented. Well-known tourist attractions located in close proximity include Hartley Bay, Bigwood, three ghost towns (French River, Collins Inlet, Key Harbour), La Cloche Mountains.