Fall Hiking and Walking Trails in Barrie

 

If you want to take in the beauty of our forests in the fall, take on a local hiking and walking trail.  We have several in Simcoe County worth checking out.

In Barrie:

Sunnidale Park - A 45.8 acre park and trail with stunning views, a park for the kids, dog park and beautiful arboretum.

Located off Cundles and Sunnidale Road.

 

Ardagh Bluffs - With 17 km of walking trail throughout a wooded forest.  Bring a camera too!

Located off of Mapleton and across from Holly Meadows School.

 

Kempenfelt Bay - 6.7 km of lakeside trail.  Enjoy the scenery and the ducks! 

Located off Lakeshore Drive.

 

Wilkins Walk - Enjoy the lake view and forest trails near Hewitt’s Creek Ravine.

Located off Big Bay Point Road.

 

Bayshore Ridge -  This trail runs through the Tyndale area.  Another lovely spot to hike and walk.

Located off of Cox Mill Road

 

What to bring on a hike?  If you will be out on the trails for several hours you don't want to go without the following essentials:

  • water bottle
  • some snacks (granola or protein bars)
  • sunscreen
  • hat
  • weather proof jacket
  • bug spray
  • lip balm
  • sunglasses
  • map/gps/cell phone in case you get lost
  • binoculars / camera
  • small first aid kit

 

For a listing  of all City of Barrie parks visit:

If you're looking to hike outside of Barrie - Visit Simcoe Trails for directions and maps to other destinations.

 

 

 

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