- 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.
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170 Jozo Weider Blvd | Village at Blue, Blue Mountains, Ontario MoreLess Info
Crock A Doodle at Blue Mountain inspires creators of all ages. Children, adults and groups choose and paint their own pottery pieces and all fees include clay, paint supplies, instruction and kiln firing.
Located in the Blue Mountains, the Blue Mountain Village Resort offers every service imaginable for a great vacation stay. Find village hotels, dining, shopping, live music, spa services as well as free activities such as hiking, gondola rides, playgrounds, boardwalks and movies under the stars.
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80 Peace Street, Cannington, Ontario MoreLess Info
Open from May 30thto Sept. 1st, the Cannington Centennial Museum features five buildings constructed between the 1840s and the 1930s. Outside, guests can visit the location's gardens or enjoy a picnic.
The King Township Museum features a variety of items related to the history of the township, including clothing, household items, and books. Additionally, the location also operates youth activities during the summer.
93% 15 votes
16258 Humber Station Road, Caledon, Ontario MoreLess Info
The Plant Paradise Country Gardens is a twenty-four acre site that features perennial plants grown without the assistance of synthetic fertilizers. Guests may enroll in workshops or receive a guided tour of the location.
77% 35 votes
2024 Joe King Road, Honey Harbour, Ontario MoreLess Info
Suitable for large groups or small family outings, Six Mile Lake Provincial Park provides great views and the opportunity to enjoy a number of outdoor activities. With sandy beaches, hiking trails and a large lake for swimming and fishing, it is also a popular place for overnight camping.
In the hospitality industry, Iceculture has been in business for over 30 years. Tour the ice facility and learn about tools, sculpting ice, view demonstrations, enjoy a beverage in the ice lounge and slide down a 50 ft. ice slide.
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159291 Highway 10, Dundalk, Ontario MoreLess Info
Dunadel Golf Association is a 9-hole golf course facility. Golf lessons for kids and adults are available through the association, as well as a pro store.
89% 163 votes
Creditview Rd. and Old Baseline Rd., Caledon, Ontario MoreLess Info
The Cheltenham Badlands features hiking trails through the site's red dirt terrain that is completely absent of topsoil. Guests are required to remain on the viewing area at the top of the slope.