Killarney Mountain Lodge is located in the village of Killarney, Ontario, Canada which is just a few yards from the main street, stores, shops and docks. Killarney is on the north shore of Georgian Bay. Georgian Bay is a part of Lake Huron, one of the Great Lakes which together they form the largest group of freshwater lakes on Earth!
GETTING TO KILLARNEY
From Toronto. Take Hwy 400 North to Hwy 69 then take 637 West to Killarney. It is 414km (257 Miles), which is a 4.5 to 5 hour ride.
From Sault Ste. Marie. Via Hwy 17, 69 South, and 637 West. It is 408km (254 miles), which is a 4.5 to 5 hour ride.
From Ottawa. Via Hwy 17 to Sudbury, then travel south on Hwy 69 to the turnoff at Hwy 637. Turn right on Hwy 637 and travel to Killarney. It is 574km (357 miles) an 8.5 hour ride.
The Highway 400 from Toronto has been “four laned” all the way to Parry Sound. The highway from Parry Sound to Hwy 637 is only two lanes. The Killarney highway (#637) is a hard surface, two lane road 67 km (42 miles) through the forest. Deer, moose and bears are often seen crossing the highway, especially at dusk or in the early morning.
Round trips from Toronto are avaialable through the Parkbus express bus service. Click to see schedules, fares, and pickup/dropoff locations.
By Private Aircraft:
Killarney’s 3500′ asphalt runway is oriented on a heading of 240 degrees – 060 degrees magnetic. It is licensed by the Canadian Federal Ministry of Transport and is listed in the Canadian VFR Supplement and depicted on the Canadian Sault Ste. Marie Visual Navigation Chart.
Pilots can pinpoint the Killarney Airport 49 nautical miles from the Sudbury VOR on the 225 degree radial. There is a windsock adjacent to the runway and a parking area with tie-downs.
Fuel: Aviation oil and 100 octane low lead aviation gas is available. For more technical details see our Killarney airport information page.