Take a wagon ride to the sugar bush and then a self-guided stroll on our groomed trail and learn about the history of maple syrup production from our storyboards and displays. Maple taffy on snow will be available for purchase in the bush. Visit Farmer James at the evaporator to see first-hand how we boil the sap into pure maple syrup! Be sure to browse around the farm store before you leave and take some maple syrup or tempting treats home with you!
Complete your visit to the sugar bush with our delicious pancakes, local pork breakfast sausage and pure maple syrup! We strongly recommended purchasing your tickets ahead of time as we have limited indoor eating space. Pancakes and sausage will be served until 2pm.
Open 9am-3pm (last wagon ride at 2:30 pm)
March Break Tuesday March 14- Saturday March 18
CLOSED SUNDAYS AND MONDAYS
School Tours Available Tuesday-Friday
Wagon Ride/Self-Guided Tour Prices (HST extra)
4 years and older: $10.00
3 and under FREE
Taste of Pure Maple Taffy $2.00 per stick
Pancakes and Sausage
Large Meal (2 pancakes with pure maple syrup, 3 breakfast sausage) $13.00 plus HST
Small Meal (1 pancake with pure maple syrup, 2 breakfast sausage) $9.00 plus HST
Hot or Cold Drink $2.00 plus HST
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No Pets Please!
Guide dogs are welcome, however, we respectfully request that all other dogs be kept at home for the comfort and safety of all our farm visitors.
Want an all inclusive, guided, more hands on experience with a brunch included?
Check out our Family Maple Experience!
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Come dressed for the weather!
While there may be some mud in the bush, it’s more important to dress for warmth at this time of year. Wear warm boots and clothing on cold, windy days so you will enjoy your time outside 🙂
The Trail in our sugar bush is not easily wheelchair accessible, therefore individuals and their support person are eligible for half price admission for the wagon ride to the bush (we have a wheelchair lift on our wagon). This policy does not necessarily apply to community group visits to the farm that are tailored to the needs of individuals within the group.