- TripBuzz found 31 things to do with kids in or near Barrie, Ontario, including 23 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Horseshoe Valley, Innisfil, East Gwillimbury and Alliston.
- From Barrie Centennial Park to Chappell Farms, the Barrie area offers 48 different types of family activities, including: Family Fun Center, Bowling, Theaters and Farms & Ranches.
- Barrie was first settled after the War of 1812. The city has a population of under 140,000 and is located 100 kilometers to the north of Toronto. Barrie is also situated along the western shore of Lake Simcoe and is known for its military history, raising two overseas battalions for the First World War.
73% 45 votes
122-141 Ashworth Road | Mount Albert, East Gwillimbury, Ontario MoreLess Info
Educational and fun, Brooks Farms is an entertaining activity for all ages. An outdoor Barnyard Playland has farm animals, zip lines, and other educational and exciting activities. Between the Pick Your Own fields and the farm market, a wide selection of fresh produce is available.
76% 21 votes
18033 Warden Avenue, Sharon, East Gwillimbury, Ontario MoreLess Info
Nestled in a forest of old pines and oaks, Pheasant Run Golf Club has three 9-hole courses with unique terrain. The club offers coaching and junior's leagues. The facility houses meeting rooms, and the club house and pavilion are great for special occasions.
The Cedarhurst Golf Club offers public and private play. Golfers enjoy manicured, tree-lined course through 9 or 18-holes, refreshment card, 9th-hole BBQ and the Great Canadian Pub - Tar'd & Feather'd.
75% 4 votes
1 Harbour Park Crescent | L0K 1A0, Beaverton, Ontario MoreLess Info
Floyd Hales Fish Huts offers day and night ice fishing bungalow packages for anglers. Fishermen enjoy a fully equipped tackle and licensing shop as well as free bait and parking while catching Lake Trout, Perch and Whitefish.
At the Thornton Bales Conservation Area, guests will have the opportunity to go hiking on a challenging course. The location, which has an elevation of 54 meters, is the home of a variety of animals, including pileated woodpeckers and white tailed deer.
100% 1 votes
284 Simcoe Street, Beaverton, Ontario MoreLess Info
Open May - September, The Beaverton Thorah Eldon Historical Society Museum offers tours of the on-site historical buildings. Visitors experience the life and times of settlers by walking through the Old Stone Jail, Log House, Brick House, the Meeting Place and the gift shop.
78% 401 votes
260 Scenic Caves Rd, Blue Mountains, Ontario MoreLess Info
Scenic Caves Nature Adventures offers fun for the entire family. Experience numerous caves and crevices including an ice cave, suspension bridge, zip line, mining, miniature golf, playground, train ride and trout pond.
97% 37 votes
Petun Conservation Area, Collingwood, Ontario MoreLess Info
Xtreme Hummer & Hang Gliding Adventures is located in the Blue Mountain area. Visitors enjoy extreme sports such as tubing, jet skis, boat tours, snorkeling, off road Hummer tours, and snowshoe Hummer tours.