6 Positively Perfectly Picnic Places…In Barrie!

In Barrie, Life can truly be a picnic!

Tap into your inner Yogi this summer with these fantastic picnic spots in Barrie!

Centennial Park

Situated right on the waterfront, this park offers up a scenic view of Kempenfelt Bay along with bike paths and a boardwalk. After you’re done eating be sure to walk over to Scoops & Cones for a frozen treat!

Heritage Park

The Kempenfelt Bay waterfront has no shortage of perfect picnic spots with Heritage Park also offering up a terrific view next to a babbling brook and large gazebo with picnic tables. Spend the day or watch the sunset while enjoying that cool lakeside breeze

Sunnidale Park

Make sure to pack your camera with your picnic basket because Sunnidale Park is photography heaven. Beautiful trails and scenery will have you reaching for your lens just as often as your reaching for your food. With an off-leash dog park, you can even bring your fur baby!

Minet’s Point Park

If you’re looking for something cozier, Minet’s Point Park is a quaint little area with a park for the kids, beach for swimming and a shop to get some sweet treats and cold drinks. Usually a little quieter than some of the other bigger beaches and parks.

Tyndale Park

You can’t throw a stone in Barrie without skipping it across a beautiful beachfront park. Tyndale Park offers public restrooms, a large gazebo with picnic tables, and sand volleyball courts all right next to another perfect Kempenfelt Bay beach.

Queens Park

Plop yourself down in the shade in this lovely park located in the heart of the inner city. Queens Park has tennis courts, a baseball diamond and a skateboard park to help you burn off that pie you just ate half of.

We could make all the picnic puns in the world but the truth is, heading out to anyone of these parks, ain’t no boo-boo.