Parks & Amenities

Living in Barrie is a walk in the park! Pack a picnic, grab a Frisbee or enjoy leisurely walks through 300 hectares of scenic park space. Please abide by park regulations. A full list of parks is below; please use the search options to find a park to explore.

The Outdoor Recreation Facility Study helps guide the City in making decisions about where and what type of future facilities should be prioritized in the future.

Amenities
playground
Address: 120 Bayview Drive
Size: 3
Amenities: Playground
Front entrance of Allandale Recreation Centre
Address: 190 Bayview Drive
Size: 0.7
Amenities: Parking Lot
Allandale station park
Address: 225 Lakeshore Drive
Size: 16.3
Amenities: Fitness Station, Gazebo, Washrooms
Archie Goodall Park sign
Address: 215 Wellington St E
Size: 1.5
Amenities: Playground
open space
Address: 236 Little Ave
Size: 5.3
Amenities: Soccer Field

Includes open space.
pond with ducks
Address: 39, 83, 99 Perry Street / 21 Boys Street
Size: 8.2

Includes a natural area, which is environmentally protected.
Aerial view of Barrie Community Sports Complex
Address: 2100 Nursery Road
Size: 11.2
Amenities: Baseball Field, Football Field, Parking Lot, Playground, Rugby Field, Soccer Field, Washrooms

The 118-acre complex includes Vintage Throne Stadium, home of the Barrie Baycats.
Barwick Park sign
Address: 49 Barwick Dr
Size: 3.9
Amenities: Playground

Includes a mainly woodlot area with a small play park and storm detention.
playground and grass area
Address: 443 Mapleton Ave
Size: 7.5
Amenities: Community Garden, Playground, Soccer Field

Includes a mainly open space with a wooded corner.
Bayshore Park sign and grass
Address: 296 Pine Drive
Size: 5.1
Amenities: Baseball Field, Playground

Includes a mainly open space with a wooded corner.

Living in Barrie is a walk in the park! Pack a picnic, grab a Frisbee or enjoy leisurely walks through 300 hectares of scenic park space. Please abide by park regulations. A full list of parks is below; please use the search options to find a park to explore.

The Outdoor Recreation Facility Study helps guide the City in making decisions about where and what type of future facilities should be prioritized in the future.