Sunnidale Park


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Sunnidale Park in Barrie, Ontario, Canada is a large community park located within the city limits of Barrie highlighted by flora, fauna, gardens and trees.

The park is decorated with an assortment of colourful, large gardens and an assortment of various species of trees. Many of the gardens and trees are tagged and include identification tags.

Mixed amongst the garden and trees are large areas of grass lawns and forested gravel paths. The main pathway connects to an arboretum.

The main activities in the park include walking, birding and sightseeing.

Decorating the paths are many sightseeing benches which come in handy when birding or listening to the many song birds which frequent the park. Do not be surprised to see many squirrels as well - some brown, some black - climbing the trees.

Amenities in the Sunnidale Park include a large children's playground, pit toilets, parking lot, off leash dog area and the Dorian Parker Centre.

Dorian Parker was the 36th mayor of Barrie, Ontario. She served the community from 1972 to 1976. She is credited to creating the Sunnidale Park which is the largest park in the community measuring around 80 acres.

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Sunnidale Park
Sunnidale Road

How To Get ToSunnidale Park

Drive : Travel to Barrie, Ontario Exit Hwy #400 onto Sunnidale Road and continue northwest to the corner of Sunnidale and Cundles Road where the entrance to the park is located.
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