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Once known as Shebhanoning, meaning 'narrow channel.' The town was renamed in 1854 and became a commercial fishing center. Lighthouses, oak boat-building sheds, a school, and post office are historical attractions reminding visitors of the town's past. The area offers a wide range of recreational opportunities on the shores of the Georgian Bay marking the entrance to the North Channel of Lake Huron. Camping, boating, fishing, and hiking are popular in summer, and snowmobiling, ice fishing, curling, and cross-country skiing in the winter.

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Vacation Rentals Killarney Mountain Lodge and Outfitters | Location: 32 Commissioner Street, Killarney Ontario P0M 2A0 Telephone 705-287-2424

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