FREE Outdoor Places, Barrie - Erin and Aaron RE/MAX Hallmark Chay Realty Brkg.

Erin and Aaron RE/MAX Hallmark Chay Realty Brkg.

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Sunday, 28 June 2015

FREE Outdoor Places, Barrie

Free outdoor places in Barrie, Ontario


Barrie is medium-sized city located in the heart of Central Ontario.  The beautiful location (situated on the shore of Lake Simcoe) makes Barrie a really attractive place for tourists and people who are interested in buying and investing in properties. Of course, there are many other things that you can see and do in Barrie. For example, this city is also known for the beautiful and well-organized free outdoor places where people go to relax and enjoy nature or to get involved in certain activities (usually with their children). 

That’s why I have created a list of outdoors parks, beaches and other places where you can enjoy your free time without spending a dime. Keep in mind that some of these places may charge for parking, so it is also a good idea to use public transportation or your bicycle to get there. These places are especially attractive during the summer period when the weather is hot. Now let’s highlight some of these places.

1.     Eastview Park (Grove St.)
This park has public parking and besides having walks, many people use it to play tennis and soccer. It features a playground for the kids too. During the winter period you can enjoy the outdoor ice rink. You can find this park between Johnson Street and Cook Street.

2.     Ferndale Park (Summerset Drive)
This is another beautiful park that covers more than 12.000 acres. It has public parking and it is known as a place where people usually perform various sports activities. There is a soccer field, tennis courts, baseball fields, basketball courts and playground for the kids. Ferndale Park is located right beside Ferndale Woods School.

3.     Sunnidale Park (Sunnidale Road)
Sunnidale Park is a bit further from downtown Barrie, but this is a trip that is definitely worth taking. This is one of the largest parks in this area covering more than 48.000 acres. Those looking for scenic views and those interested in long walks will surely enjoy this park. Sunnidale Park features a public parking and several playgrounds for the youngest. It can be found right between Cundles Road West and Highway 400.

 

4.     Garibaldi Lookout (Garibaldi Drive)
Garibaldi Lookout is an excellent place for people who want to enjoy beautiful views. This place provides really interesting views over the city and Lake Simcoe. Many people go there to take photos.

5.     Nine mile portage heritage trail
This is one of the most popular trails in the region connecting Barrie with Springwater Township. It represents a multi-use recreational trail that can be used by both experienced and inexperienced hikers.


Remember, if you are looking to buy property in Barrie, Ontario or you are planning to sell your property in this area, feel free to contact me directly.  I am a Sales Representative at Re/max Chay Realty Inc., Brokerage; one of the most successful real estate companies in this region. 

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