Barrie-Orillia is the heartland of central Ontario, the point of transition from the cities of the South to the forests, lakes and shorelines of the North. It was a key transportation hub for hundreds, if not thousands, of years in the days of First Nations travelling by water, and continues to be in the era of modern transit by road, rail and air.
- The Canadian Shield
- First Nations & Early Explorers
- Early Settlement to the War Of 1812
- To Confederation
- Development In The 1900s
Tourist Tips for Visitors in a Hurry (one or two day itineraries)