Welcome to Amica Little Lake

Residence Address: 70 Lakeside Terrace, Barrie, ON L4M 0J2

Discover premium senior living at Amica Little Lake. This welcoming retirement residence in Barrie overlooks the tranquil waters of Little Lake and features an inspiring lifestyle with a full range of care options.

Exceptional care

What type of care is available at Amica Little Lake? Our nursing and wellness team is available 24/7. We combine excellent hospitality, activities and amenities with a range of professional care services. You can choose the option that best fits your needs:

What’s unique at Little Lake

Our recently built and thoughtfully designed five-storey building is located at the gateway to Ontario cottage country and easily accessed by Hwy 400 and Hwy 11. Relax in our outdoor common areas, including a patio, gazebo and balconies outfitted with comfortable seating and beautiful plants. Airy suites offer oversized showers, and in-suite laundry facilities are available in select Independent Living suites, which include two-bedroom configurations up to 1,000 square feet. A number of our residents join us from the communities of Midhurst, Barrie, Shanty Bay and Horseshoe Valley.

Exploring the neighbourhood

We’re nestled in naturally beautiful surroundings, with Little Lake in our backyard and the waterfront walking trails of Lake Simcoe close by, but we are also an easy stroll away from the convenient shops and services of the North Barrie Crossing Shopping Centre. Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre is directly across the street from us, and Georgian Mall and the scenic Arboretum Sunnydale Park are just a few minutes’ drive away. There is a public transit stop just outside our door.

Things to do around Amica Little Lake

Come aboard our scheduled shuttle service for excursions and events in and around the area. Go for a pontoon boat ride on Little Lake, or a little farther afield for cruises in Midland or Parry Sound. Have an ice cream or a picnic while watching the sailboats on the Lake Simcoe waterfront at Kempenfelt Bay. Sample craft cider or wine at local venues like at Heritage Estate Winery and Cidery or Quayle’s Brewery, or try your luck at Casino Rama and Georgian Downs. Take in the latest exhibit at the MacLaren Art Centre or the Orillia Museum of Art & History. Scenic drives along the lakeshore or into the countryside are popular, especially to see the fall colours. Do a little shopping at the Bradford Greenhouses Garden Gallery or simply enjoy the variety of blooms on display.