Located on the south shore of Kempenfelt Bay, this passive parkland development recognizes the City of Barrie's military history and ongoing relationships with Canadian Forces Base (CFB) Borden.
The Military Heritage Park symbolically references Canada and the City of Barrie's military history, and relationship with CFB Borden, by including landforms distinct to each era of overseas and national military commitment.
On October 22, 2013, the City of Barrie welcomed Her Royal Highness Princess Anne to a dedication ceremony of the proposed park. The park design was finalized in February 2017, construction started in June 2017, and the park was officially opened on October 27, 2017.
FEATURES of the Military Heritage Park
- Entrance Feature