Trick Or Treat In These Neighbourhoods With The Best Halloween Decorations

Trick or Treating is the main event of Halloween … and let’s be honest, some neighbourhoods are better at getting into the Halloween spirit than others.

So we went searching.

Searching for the best neighbourhoods in Barrie to Trick or Treat in. We wanted to find the places with the best decorations. Because with great decorations, often comes great treats!

We also looked at neighbourhoods across the city so you don’t have to drive across town to take your kids out.

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The Best Decorated Neighbourhoods in Barrie To Go Trick Or Treating

We asked on Instagram for submissions of decorated houses in your neighbourhood to be included on this list. We made this list by taking those submissions, looking at how many people live in the area, and how likely there are to be kids Trick Or Treating.

Ardagh Bluffs In The West End Of Barrie

With 5 schools in the neighbourhood and plenty of parks, this area is filled with young families. So you can be sure there will be lots of little trick or treaters out there.

The houses in this area are ready for it! Lots of families have gone all out on the decorations this year, making Ardagh a great location to go trick or treating.

Here are some of the houses we’ve seen.

Holly In The South End

This is another great area in Barrie for Trick or Treating! This neighbourhood has attracted many young families and, as a community, they have brought the spooky level up for Halloween.

Holly is another area with a handful of schools and parks. And with schools and parks come lots of kids! This is the recipe to a great neighbourhood for Trick or Treating.

Here’s some of the houses you’ll see when you’re out there.

A house on Violet Street decorated for Halloween
Violet Street in Holly
A house decorated for Halloween in Barrie
Leslie Ave in Holly

Letitia Heights

Letitia Heights is one of the spookier places to go Trick or Treating.

With a mix of older century homes and newer subdivision developments, it’s the perfect mix of high-density housing to fill your candy bags but also get in the Halloween spirit.

This community is home to the historic Barrie Union Cemetery. A place that has had some scary ghost sightings in the past.

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Spooky halloween decorations in Barrie
This house is on Browning Dr,
Scary Spider decoration in Barrie
Spooky house on Noam Dr.

Barrie South

The South end of Barrie has lots of great pockets of houses to score a big load of candy this Halloween. There’s a lot of new developments in the South end of Barrie and these neighbourhoods are often filled with younger families.

You can expect to see kids of all ages out Trick or Treating collecting loot. It’s also a great area for adults to connect with one another. Halloween is a great time to meet new neighbours and build a sense of community. These new neighbourhoods are a great place to be this time of year.

Here are some decorated houses around the South end.

A house in Innisfil decorated for Halloween
This spooky house is in the South end of Barrie
A skeleton Bon Fire for Halloween in Barrie
This is on Assiniboine Dr, in Barrie
Inflatable Grim Reaper decoration in Barrie
Thanks to Sorina Stef for this picture!

Where Do You Think The Best Neighbourhood To Trick Or Treat In Is?

Halloween is the perfect time of year to meet people in your local neighbourhood. It’s a time to get together and celebrate as a community.

Last year, we all kind of missed out on the Halloween experience. So this year, it’s really great to see so many houses jump in with the decorations. You can be sure to see lots of Trick or Treaters out there on October 31.

Be sure to stock up on some extra Halloween candy for the kids, and even consider grabbing some treats for the adults too!

Are you ready for Halloween? We’d love to see your decorated house! Send us some pictures and we’d be happy to include them on this list.

Haunted yard in Barrie for Halloween
This place is in Lion’s Gate

Featured image: Barrie 360