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Buy weed online in Barrie with Lucky Herbz Online Dispensary! Lucky offers the best prices in all of Canada, and can provide our service to any Canadian adult with a valid postal code. Lucky operates out of British Columbia, Canada, a place that is famous for growing weed. Even though Barrie is far from BC, you can still take part in smoking the weed! Sign up for an account and instantly receive $20 to use on your purchases. Each purchase from a customer gets 5% back.

Lucky Herbz has amazing weed deals for ounce deals all the way up to AAAA craft cannabis selections. THC edibles all of doses and forms, along with a solid selection of CBD products makes Lucky Herbz a one-stop shop for the modern cannabis user. If you like to vape, Lucky Herbz Online Dispensary has everything you might need, from vape pens to vape cartridges to vape batteries. Looking for THC oil caps? CBD cannabis tinctures? Lucky Herbz has it all.

How do I make an order?

To make an order, simply add items to your cart. When you reach the checkout, you will have to put in your email address. This is how we will stay in touch with you and communicate about your order. We must have your email in order to send confirmation email, payment instructions etc.

If you would like to create an account, that's even better! This way, you can pre-save your shipping address and check your previous order history.

Get free shipping

For all of our customers, shipping is free if you spend over $200. However, if this is your first time ordering with Lucky Herbz, you can use the discount code: firstlucky to get free shipping on your first order. This coupon code is only valid for one use per customer.

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When you sign up for an account with Lucky Herbz, you can use the Rewards Program. Instantly upon sign up you will have $20 worth of Lucky Bucks to spend on your orders. You can splurge it all at once, or save it for future orders.

Every purchase you make, 5% of the total purchase will be added to your account to use on the next purchases.

Check out the Rewards Program for details about how to refer and friend and get rewarded.

where does lucky ship to?

Lucky Herbz ships to all Canadians of the legal age to purchase marijuana who possess a valid Canadian postal code.

Lucky Herbz uses Canada Post 2-3 Day XpressPost. Each shipment comes with a valid tracking number that allows you to follow your order all the way to your door! Our payment process is a secure EMT (email money transfer) and we do not keep records of these transfers for your extra security. The package will arrive in a smell proof, nondescript Canada Post package, containing your stash! Buy in bulk to save big on all of our products.

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Buy Weed Online in Barrie from Lucky Herbz

Imagine this: you’re in Barrie, Ontario, you’ve placed an order from Lucky (your favourite mail order marijuana site) and now it’s arrived 2-3 days later. Now you're wondering, what to do? We have you covered! Keep reading for some of the best recommendations for activities to plan in the city.

Barrie lays along the shorelines of Kempenfelt Bay and is in the middle of a handful of snow resorts, so whether you’re there during the summer or winter, there’ll always be things to do. 

During the winter, you can visit the skating rink outside of Barrie City Hall or visit MacLaren Art Centre, which serves as a regional public art Gallery that contains a permanent collection of contemporary Canadian Art held in trust for the public. The centre has events going on year long with world-class exhibitions, educational activities and other special events. 

For the recreational sport lovers, skiing or snowboarding nearby Horseshoe Resort or Blue Mountain are also great options. However, a first time must for everyone should definitely be ice fishing on Kempenfelt Bay or on Lake Simcoe. While the snow’s still out, Kempenfelt Bay becomes home to a village of ice huts that you can enjoy with your friends and catch some fish while you’re at it. 

Entering the summer months, a handful of new activities open up to its visitors and residents every year. Consider exploring the historic downtown core, which includes a waterfront with restaurants, bars, and variously sized shops. The skating rink that was once in front of Barrie City Hall becomes a farmer’s market that features an Alpaca farm and various vendors that sell items such as produce, desserts, handmade jewellery. Continuing along the waterfront, you’re able to walk and bike the shorelines and even make your way to the Barrie Marina. 

At the Barrie Marina, you’ll find a trailer called HappyPaddling where you’ll be able to rent paddle boats, canoes, or kayaks to enjoy the views on Lake Simcoe. Scoops & Cones is an ice cream shop that sells Kawartha Dairy ice cream close-by to reward yourself after a day of paddling and rowing. 

However, if you’re looking for something more relaxing, Centennial Beach is a short walk away featuring a sandy beach, a playground, and the option for some fun at SplashON which is a giant inflatable water park that features a huge obstacle course including climbing walls, monkey bars, slides, swings, trampolines and more. Or you could also go back along to exploring the downtown core. Along Dunlop street lies a stretch of bars and restaurants, a particularly popular one being Flying Monkeys Craft Brewery or Donaleigh’s Irish Public House. 

With so many attractions, you’ll never run out of things to do (but you may run out of your Lucky Herbz order). We offer quick 2-3 day weed delivery through XpressPost Mail to Barrie, Ontario, ensure 100% customer satisfaction on every order and are here to help! Check out our products today

Different neighbourhoods of Barrie

Allandale

One of Barrie's oldest neighbourhoods!
Once a vibrant railway town in Innisfil Township, Allandale was annexed by Barrie in 1896 making it quite popular for its historic buildings. The area’s link to history or its proximity to shopping and nightlife makes it a draw in the city of Barrie.

Schools:

Innisdale Secondary School, Allandale Heights Public School, St John Vianney Catholic School, Unity Christian High School, Assikinack Public School

To Do:

You can stroll past the homes in this neighbourhood as you enjoy the beautiful architecture and stories of the people who lived there. The area has a popular Heritage Walking Tourwhich will take you around the neighbourhood's most historic features.

Eat:

The area is populated with great restaurants which includes: The Farmhouse and Wimpy's Diner

Mapleview

Shop and live all in one place!

The Mapleview neighbourhood is a high-growth area that attracts many residential developments.

Schools:

Kempenfelt Bay Private School, Timothy Christian Elementary School, Romeo Dallaire French Secondary School, South Simcoe Montessori School, Trillium Woods Elementary School

To Do:

With many new stores opening up in the Park Place plaza and surrounding shopping lots, it has become a distinct shopping district for the city. Mapleview also houses the outdoor adventure stores in Barrie including, Canadian Tire, Cabela's and Sojourn. This neighbourhood is sure to cater to all of your shopping needs, whether it be for the family, the home, or travels.

Cedar Links Golf Course has a nine-hole, par-three course at Huronia Road and Mapleview Drive. There is night golfing, a putting course, and a heated double-deck driving range, which is open during winter.

Eat:

Wild Wing South Barrie

Bayfield

Shop and play where you stay!

Live in the lively shopping district in Barrie. With a wide variety of stores and restaurants, Bayfield is sure to be a quick walk or drive to your shopping needs.

Access point to other great attractions in the Simcoe County area.

Schools:

St Marguerite D'Youville Elementary School, West Bayfield Elementary School, Barrie Montessori, Barrie North Collegiate.

To Do:

There are a wide variety of clothing stores at the Georgian Mall at the center of the neighbourhood. There is also the entry to the off-leash dog park in this neighbourhood.

Eat: Moose Winooskis, South St. Burger, Baton Rouge

Letitia Heights

Enjoy playing in the outdoor playgrounds of Letitia Heights!

Letitia Heights is home to Lampman Lane and Sunnidale Park, two of the most visited parks in Barrie. They offer a wide range of activities for kids of all ages.

Schools:

Portage View Public School, St Mary’s School, Andrew Hunter Elementary School, Emma King Elementary School, The Good Shepherd Catholic School

To Do:

This neighbourhood is home to the popular Lampman Park and Lampman Lane Community Centre. This park has a splash pad, an upgraded tennis court, basketball courts, and other newly redone amenities. Letitia Heights is also the location for Sunnidale Park, a large public park with many different trails for walking and cycling.

Holly

Enjoy the growing community feel of the Holly Community!
 
With many different parks and a new recreation centre, the Holly community is perfect for new and younger families to establish themselves in Barrie.

Schools:
 

'St Nicholas School, W.C. Little Elementary School, Bear Creek Secondary School, St Bernadette Elementary School, Holly Meadows Elementary School

To Do:

The Peggy Hill Team Community Centre is at the heart of the Holly neighbourhood. This center is the newest in Barrie and offers different community sports and events all year long. It is a great spot to bring your kids for their first swimming lessons, summer camps, or after school sports!
 
Ardagh Bluffs
 
Take in nature at its best!
 

The Ardagh neighbourhood is surrounded by great trails and tons of nature. The newly developed area is perfect for young families trying to establish themselves in new homes. With public parks scattered across the area and the Ardagh Bluffs in the center, there is guaranteed to be a daily family adventure to take on!

Schools:

St Joan of Arc Catholic High School, Ardagh Bluffs Public School, St Catherine of Sienna School, Ferndale Woods Elementary School, Heritage Christian Academy

To Do:

Ardagh Bluffs is located on the West end of Barrie, with lots of biking and walking trails close located in the heart of the neighbourhood. It is rapidly expanding and has many new developments and schools, perfect for young families. Ardagh Bluffs woodland trails. Enter through Ardagh Road near Wildflower Court, off Mapleton Avenue south of St. Joan of Arc Secondary School, or at the south end of Penvill Trail.

Eat:

Sicilian Gourmet Pizza and Pasta
 
Tollendal
 
Beaches galore right at your doorstep!
 

The Tollendal neighbourhood wraps around the southeast side of Kempenfelt Bay, including Minet's Point beach area. With lots of wildlife from the Innisfil side, there are many public areas to spend time outdoors.

Schools:

Warnica Public School, Algonquin Ridge Elementary School, St Peter’s Secondary School, St. John Paul II Catholic Separate School, St Gabriel The Archangel Catholic School, Hyde Park Public School, Hewitts Creek Public School

To Do:

Tyndale Park features an unsupervised sandy/stony beach, a large picnic shelter, washrooms, a play area, trails and beach volleyball.
 
Painswick
 
Explore the hidden history of this neighbourhood!
 
Located in the southeast corner of Barrie, Painswick has grown to include thriving shopping and residential areas at Big Bay Point Road and Yonge Street.

Schools:
 
Mapleview Heights Elementary School, St Michael the Archangel Catholic Elementary School, Willow Landing Elementary School

To Do:
 

The new Spirit Clock is at the corner of Yonge and Madelaine Drive. It’s a 34-foot-tall sculpture that lights up and moves on the hour. This neighbourhood also includes the second branch of the Barrie Public Library, where you can browse the shelves or do online work at the computers. The area also has Painswick Park, which includes tennis courts, a baseball diamond, and a playground.

Eat:

Barnstormer Brewing + Distilling Co.
 
Downtown
 
Enjoy Barrie's beauty and history all in one place!
 

The downtown neighbourhood in Barrie wraps around the edge of beautiful Kempenfelt Bay. With the popular shopping centres on Dunlop Street and the 6km waterfront trail, there is a lot to do in this area.

Schools:

Liaison College Barrie, Huronia Arts Academy

To Do:

The downtown area is lively with many fun activities from Waterfront Fun, to the brewery tour at Flying Monkeys, to the Five Points Theatre. Come and discover what this vibrant neighbourhood has to offer!

Eat:
 
Downtown dining in Barrie offers a wide range of restaurants and eateries!  Check out the Downtown Restaurants to enjoy great food from pub fare to fine dining!
 
East End
 
Wrap around the Northside of Kempenfelt Bay!
 

On the Northeast end of the city of Barrie, there is a lot of high-demand neighbourhoods of large lots, shady trees and brick bungalows. With the Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre and Georgian College located in this neighbourhood, amenities and employment opportunities are abundant.

Schools:

Johnson Street Public School, Eastview Secondary School, St. Monicas School, Steele Street Public School, Maple Grove Public School, Georgian College.

To Do:

This neighbourhood includes many hidden gems to check out including, the Vancouver Lookout and the Kempenfelt Park. Strabane Park, located in the middle of the neighbourhood, includes tennis courts, basketball courts, and playing equipment with lots of room. The Parkview Centre for Seniors also offers recreation, education, and fitness opportunities for residents 55 years of age and older.

Eat:

State and Main, Chatime