The French River links Lake Nipissing with Georgian Bay through a 105-kilometre span of interconnecting lakes, gorges and rapids that provide a variety of water routes, scenery and exceptional recreational water activities.
The route of the voyageurs, this river of national historic significance is located within Ontario’s “Rainbow Country.”
The modern route to the French River is over first-class highways from Toronto – about a three-hour drive. The French River area includes the region north of Parry Sound up to Lake Nippissing and over to Killarney and Georgian Bay.
In addition to the picturesque river, the region has over 150 kms of rugged Georgian Bay shoreline and islands and four provincial parks.
Municipality of Killarney
The following comunity is located within this municipality:
“The French River shows so much physical diversity and has such a rich history, that it is among the most exceptional and fascinating rivers in Canada.” – Toni Harting, The French River: Canoeing the River of the Stick-Wavers
Come, explore and be amazed!