Barrie KOA Holiday, Barrie, Ontario, Canada

We had a long drive to this stop and we were pooped upon arrival. The campground is split into three areas: the Cedarwood area being much nicer with deluxe sites for larger rigs, an the upper level accomodating the budget conscious traveler, and a lower section for those wanting something in between. We opted to go easy-ish on the budget and stayed in an upgraded 30 amp back in site in the lower section, which had a gravel pad that was somewhat level, a fire pit, a picnic table, and backed up to the woods. The property itself is located in a quiet small town of Barrie, not offering much to do. Our site was one of the nicer ones; sites deemed "standard" were pretty tight together, had dead grassesas landscaping, and offered a bit of shade. There is a cafe with some pretty tasty smelling pizza (we didn't try, but were tempted by the scrumptious smells), and a breakfast and lunch menu. There are two pools, adult swimming hours, two playgrounds, jumping pillow, mining attraction, laundry, and large outdoor gathering area. There is also K9 Kamp for your pooch. 

Best Sites: Cedarwood, 90-102

Poor Sites: 1-54

Hookups: Electric, Water & Sewer

Potable Water: Yes

Dump Within Facility: Yes, but it is hard to reach, smashed between sites 5 and 15.