Come celebrate Easter on the farm
Good Friday, Saturday and Easter Monday from 10am-3pm. Easter activities will take place around the farm. The Easter egg hunt and tractor drawn wagon ride are included with your $6 admission.
Easter weekend Activities:
Tractor drawn wagon ride
Easter egg hunt in the forest
Bunnies and Lambs
Giant hay play
How the Easter egg hunt works. At designated times (sign up sheets will be available at the farm upon arrival) Children will line up at the Easter egg hunt location. Before the hunt begins our staff will scatter colourful plastic eggs down the walking trail through the forest. As this can be very exciting we ask that parents please hold on to your children and wait for the Farmer to ring the bell to start the hunt. On the farmers command, participants will run to collect eggs. Please remember that it is not a race and it doesn’t matter how many eggs you collect, the eggs that you have gathered are then turned in and exchanged for an Easter treat. Once you have collected your eggs and received your treat we ask that you clear the area so that we can prepare for the next hunt. Although a basket is not necessary, you may bring your own basket for collecting eggs.
April 6th/7th. Is our last weekend for sugarbush.
Just like that our Sugarbush Season is coming to an end. If you haven’t yet, make sure to stop by this weekend for a chance to taste some sweet taffy!!! We do things a bit differently around The Log Farm, we allow our guest to help out in our sugarbush to get the full hands on experience. If the weather is just right (+5 during the day and -5 at night) the Sap will be flowing in full force and you can grab a pail then head out in to the forest to collect some sap, bring it back to camp and see how we turn the sap into sweet maple syrup in the evaporator. We also don’t serve pancakes on site, we have the world famous Beavertails (deep fried dough, topped with cinnamon sugar, or other sweet toppings) right here for you to enjoy! We have lots of Log Farm 2019 Maple Syrup in our store for purchase. Did you know that PURE Maple Syrup is packed with essential nutrients, it’s can reduce inflammation and has the same amount of calcium as whole milk. Pure Maple Syrup is a SUPER food!!! Don’t forget that The Log Farm will be Open Easter weekend and our regular season starts May 11th with the kick off of our Farmers Market.
Time is flying by, there are only 3 weekends left for our sugarbush season. Open weekends 9:30am-4pm until April 7th. Hopefully the weather will warm up and it will actually feel like spring soon, but for now the sweet taste of taffy will do! Did you know that it has to be above freezing and sunny for the sap to be running. We are hoping that this week we will finally get to collect some sap and start boiling. We are a small family run business and here at the log farm we collect sap with our family by hand. Once our girls get home from school we pack up and head out to the sugarbush for the evening, we are so grateful to be making these memories with our family and love to share this beautiful property with you and your family on the weekends. Make sure to plan your visit soon, the sweet season will be over before we know it.
Sugarbush season is in full force, but it’s short and sweet so make sure to mark your calendars it will be over before you know it. We will be open weekends until April 7th and every day during the Ontario March break. Our hours are 9:30am-4pm (last admission at 3)
You don’t have to travel far to get the full country sugarbush experience. The Log Farm is a little oasis tucked away right in the middle of the city. So many guest are shocked to find this hidden gem. Come out to the farm for some fresh air and fun, step back in time on this 1854 homestead, see what life was like during a much simpler time. Catch your wagon ride out to the sugarbush where you can taste some sweet taffy on the snow. We also have the world famous BEAVERTAILS right here at the farm, you can enjoy a truly Canadian delicious treat with your friends and family around the fire.
*Taffy and Beavertails are cash only*
It’s finally time, it’s been a long winter with so much snow. With the beginning of sugarbush season it gives us hope that the warm sunny days aren’t far away!!! This Weekend is our opening for sugarbush, March 2nd and 3rd from 9:30am-4pm (last admission at 3) We are so excited to kick off the season with you, come out for some fresh air and fun. Enjoy a classic Canadian tradition, BEAVERTAILS around the fire. Hang out with our friendly barnyard animals, let the kids play on the snow mountain and step back in time in the original pioneer farm house. Catch a wagon ride out to the sugarbush and see how maple syrup is made, taste some sweet taffy and take walk through the forest. So many memories to be made.
The time is almost here. Our Annual Sugarbush kicks off March 2nd at 9:30Am. We will be open weekends until April 7th and we will also be open the week of March Break (March 11th – 15th). All days we are open our hours will be 9:30am-4pm and the last admission is at 3pm. After the success of last year we happy to have The Original Beavertails back on the farm site & taffy on the snow in the sugarbush. There will be the farm animals to visit with, pioneer homestead to tour, wagon ride to the Sugarbush to learn about maple syrup. If the weather is cooperating, above freezing and sunny, guests can go for a walk and collect sap and see syrup being made in our wood fired evaporator. Don’t forget on your way out to stop in the gift shop to purchase some Log Farm syrup.
As the year wraps up we like to thank all our friends, family and guests for a wonderful year and we wish you all the best. We will be closed for a little bit and we will see you for Sugarbush in the beginning of March. Stay tuned for all the details.