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Located on Kempenfelt Bay, that is a segment of the large Lake Simcoe situated within Central Ontario, is the fast-growing city and a dynamic waterfront community of Barrie. Originally, the First Nations People used this area as a main resting point as they moved through the portage which ran across Lake Simcoe and Nottawasaga River to Lake Huron.
Barrie has developed a strong tourism trade, because of the city's convenience and its nearness to Kempenfelt Bay, where the waterfront of Barrie has played a vital role. There are numerous attractions and tourist activities based around the beautiful Kempenfelt Bay. In summertime, visitors can enjoy boating, windsurfing, swimming, or any different water sports from the city's beaches, consisting of Centennial Beach, Minet's Point Beach, Tyndale Beach, The Gables and Johnsons Beach...