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Three Tree Island on Bear Lake in Killarney Provincial Park

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This beautiful little island is located on Bear Lake in the new north portion of Killarney Provincial Park. It's referenced as One Tree on the map, but the locals call it Three Tree Island.  There is great fishing all around this island, with the water depth falling off rapidly to more than 80 feet.  Oh, and you would be suprised to see the great quantity of blueberries here in late July.

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