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400 East is a commercial and industrial area in the southern part of Barrie.

400 East

The 400 North area, in west Barrie, is a large area that stretches west to Highway 27 north to Edgehill Dr, south along a railway line, with the southernmost part having Ardagh Rd as its southern boundary. Highway 400 forms part of the eastern boundary and then passes through the centre of the area.

400 North

400 West is primarily a commercial and industrial area although there are some homes located in the north part of the neighbourhood.

400 West

Allandale is a historic part of central Barrie that lies between Allandale Centre and Allandale Heights. All of the Allandale area was once a railway town in Innisfil Township, and was annexed by Barrie in 1896. The area is a mix of commercial and residential properties, and a mix of housing, with both historic and newer homes. Part of the community is bordered by the south shore of Kempenfelt Bay, with park lands and a gorgeous walking and bike path. The South Shore Community Centre was formerly the Master Mechanics building for the Grand Trunk Railway, and incorporates this heritage into the modern facility it is today.


Allandale Centre, in central Barrie, is a historic area that lies north of Allandale and Allandale Heights. The eastern border is Lakeshore Drive, which runs along Kempenfelt Bay. The Allandale GO train station is central to the identity of the community. The old station, originally for the Grand Trunk Railway, was the industrial and employment hub of old Allandale. The station once saw about 50,000 people go through it each summer on their way to and from cottage country a century ago. The area features historic homes with notable architecture, as well as newer homes and shopping and dining establishments. Walking and bike paths run through the park lands along the waterfront.

Allandale Centre

Allandale Heights, in southeast Barrie, is located "up the hill" from Allandale and Allandale Centre, and is a newer residential area than the area of "Old Allandale." It is a family-oriented area, with detached homes, mature trees, and parks, with Lackie's Bush forming part of the southern border. Bordered by Highway 400 on the west, Allandale Heights has commercial properties in that region, along Fairview Road.

Allandale Heights

Alliance is a small area in north Barrie, with Highway 400 running through its centre. The area is commercial, with open areas to be developed. Georgian College meets the area's eastern border.


The Ardagh neighbourhood is in central-west Barrie. This residential area is named for the Ardagh Bluffs natural area that it sits in, an area of woods with more than 17 kilometres of trails and over 518 acres. Much of the Ardagh Bluffs is environmentally protected. The neighbourhood has mainly detached single homes, with some townhomes, and some multi-unit housing, and there are also schools and additional parks.


Bayfield is a commercial strip in northwest Barrie, running along Bayfield St, northwest from Highway 400. It features malls, standalone stores, and restaurants.


Bayshore is a roughly triangular area in southeast Barrie, with its northeastern tip bordering on the south shore of Kempenfelt Bay, and including Wilkins Beach, a small sandy natural beach. The railway line forms its western border. The area has access to Wilkins Walk, a hiking and walking trail. This residential area includes areas of dense housing of single detached homes, with some parks, as well as Bayshore Estates in the southern part of the area, featuring larger properties and homes, and a large woodlot in the southernmost corner.