Deluxe RV Sites at Barrie! Unique Adult section exclusive to Big Rigs!
Cedarwood Country Adult community @ Barrie KOA has grown to include PULL THROUGH Deluxe patio sites. Unique camping sites host large lawns, concrete patios and pads 70-90 feet, dual sewer drops, 30/50 amp service, water hook up and plenty of room for multiple slideouts. Private Recreation Hall with WiFi, full kitchen, big screen TV and exercise equipment offered. Security and privacy await. They go quickly so book now!
Being Social is in our Nature!
Like us on Facebook or simply check us out and say hello. We have lots to show you! Fend off some "boardom" while on Pinterest . Our campers have the best ideas! We're still a little Twitter shy but it's coming. Add your camping photos to Instagram. Stay connected, watch for updates, camping specials and KOA fun all year long.
KOA Loves four-legged Campers
We know you enjoy sharing the pleasures of camping with your dogs or cats. To ensure that all guests have a safe and enjoyable experience, Barrie KOA has established some guidelines.
When You Arrive:
- Good behavior is required. Dogs of any breed that are hostile or aggressive will be asked to leave the campground, along with their owners.
- Bring the leash. Dogs must be kept on leashes no longer than 6 feet when outside their owners' vehicles or rental units. Do not leave a tethered dog unattended. Pets may not be left unattended in a camping unit or accommodation.
- Remember manners. Constant barking bothers other campers. If your pet is too vocal, you'll need to find other accommodations
- Bring your helper. Service dogs are welcomed at all KOA campgrounds. (Leash and aggressive behavior rules apply.)
GREEN for KOA Care Camps - E-Waste Event Carries On
Barrie KOA was recognized with a prestigious "Kamp Green" award for its innovative electronics recycling program that invites campers and the public to bring in outdated electronic devices for recycling. The funds collected from the recycling center are donated to the KOA Care Camps for children with cancer charity. With inspiration from Al and Sue, frequent campers to Barrie KOA, we share this award. And so the tradition continues, if you have electronic waste (essentially anything you plug in), we will take it off your hands and put the "GREEN" towards helping children with cancer to attend summer camp. Helping children, helping the environment. Collection bins are available at the campground. NO large appliances please (i.e. NO fridges, freezers, A/C, stoves, car batteries).http://www.ecyclesolutions.com/Download the details
BANDO'S PIZZA @ KOA - Hometown Pizza made here at Barrie KOA.
Our finest stone-baked pizza delivered piping hot to your site just the way you like it. What a unique camping experience! Homemade dough topped with delicious cheese and your choice of several fresh ingredients. Why not have an order of Garlic Fingers on the side? Leave the cooking to us and we'll create your favourite pizza pie right here on site! BANDO'S Menu.
Planning to Bring Your Own Firewood to KOA?
A single piece of firewood can destroy millions of trees. It might seem difficult to imagine, but something as simple as bringing your own firewood when you travel to or from your favourite campsite could threaten and destroy thousands, even millions, of trees. Transportation of firewood is a common way for invasive species to spread as they remain hidden under the bark where you can't see them. Campers who bring firewood from home may accidentally spread pests that threaten Ontario campgrounds and the health of our forests. Leave your firewood at home. Throwing a few pieces of firewood into the trunk of the car before a camping trip might seem like a good way to plan ahead, but those logs could destroy a forest. The Asian long-horned beetle and Emerald ash borer are of particular concern. They are both recent arrivals to Canada and have no natural controls here. To prevent the spread of these pests, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency has issued Federal Ministerial Orders that prohibit the movement of specific materials, including firewood and any material made from ash trees, from specific areas of Ontario, Quebec and the United States. To find out if your area is regulated please visit the CFIA web site. Did you know? • Transportation of firewood is a common way for invasive species to spread. • The emerald ash borer, on its own, does not move very far. Hidden in the bark of trees, this tiny “hitchhiker” has traveled with many an unsuspecting camper and as a result has killed millions of ash trees across Canada. • You could face penalties of up to $50,000 and/or prosecution if you move firewood out of an area regulated for a quarantine pest without prior approval from the Canadian Food Inspection Agency.
Gift of “Getting Away From it All” Camping GIFT CERTIFICATES
Give a Barrie KOA Campground Gift Certificate and help friends and family escape to camping. Gift Certificates can be special ordered in any denomination. You may purchase them by emailing your request to firstname.lastname@example.org or calling toll free 1 800 562 7397 (see upper right corner). Have your credit card ready and we will make arrangements by phone for any occasion gift certificates.