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Exterior Naming Rights​

The City offers both exterior and interior naming rights at locations across Barrie.

The City touches the lives of more people every day than any other organization in Barrie through its facilities, programs, events and services. Each of the following Naming Rights Assets have their own unique benefits, exposure and audience desirability.

Holly Community Centre

Built in 2008, Holly Community Centre is Barrie's newest community centre and sees approximately 82,000 visitors monthly (2019 average) . Located at 171 Mapleton Avenue in southwest Barrie, this multi-purpose facility hosts various indoor and outdoor amenities. Almost one million people visited the Holly Community Centre in 2019. View facility features and take a virtual tour.

Holly Community Centre

Dog Off-Leash Recreation Area (DOLRA)

DOLRAs are areas set aside for residents to exercise and socialize their dogs off-leash in a protected environment. The Bayview Drive DOLRA is located at 555 Bayview Drive; the Sunnidale Park DOLRA is located at 227 Sunnidale Road. Bayview Drive has 5.3 million cars drive by yearly. Barrie's dog population is approx. 25,000 (source: 2012 Canadian Pet Wellness Survey). View DOLRA features.

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Lampman Lane Splash Pad (Seasonal)

This splash pad is located next to Lampman Lane Community Centre in Lampman Lane Park, an outdoor sports park located at 59 Lampman Lane. The park also includes tennis courts, skate board park, junior and senior playgrounds, climbing rock wall and sand box, open lawn passive play areas, shaded seating areas, multi-purpose basketball play courts and washrooms. 550 vehicles pass by this park each day. The area is busy with an elementary school next door.

Lampman Lane Splash Pad (Seasonal) 

Queen's Park Skate Park (Seasonal)

This popular outdoor skate park is located in the downtown core, in the south end of Queens Park (9.6 acres). Key features: concrete pad are slopes, ramps, rails and barriers for skate boarding stunts, in-line skating and BMX riding. Queen's Park also includes lit tennis courts, baseball diamond and a play park. This skate park is popular with preteen and  teenagers. There are 27,385 kids aged 5–19 years old in Barrie (Census 2016). This skate park can be used seasonally and has lighting, closing at 10pm.

Queen's Park Skate Park 

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