Welcome To The Log Farm

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Come out to the farm to experience sugarbush 2023. This once a year Canadian tradition doesn’t last long as winter gently eases into spring. Take a wagon ride out to the sugarbush to see how maple syrup is made. Then take a walk through the trails of the sugar maples and taste some sweet taffy on the snow. Taffy can be purchased in the sugarbush. Here at the log farm, we only use pails on our trees, all our sap is collected by hand. We offer a special hands-on experience for our guests. You and your family can help gather the sap around the sugarbush. The kids love running from tree to tree looking for a pail with some sap in it!!! Please remember that the sap flow is completely weather dependent, +5 degrees and sunny are the best days to collect. If it is too cold the sap will not be running.

When you visit during our sugarbush season you will also have access to the main farmyard, where you can visit with all the farm animals. We have lots of friendly animals to see, feed and touch around the farm. Along with play areas for the kid’s, including hay structures and sensory tables. The pioneer farmhouse will be open for self-guided tours, where you will step back in time and see what family life would have been like in the 1860s. Make sure to dress for the weather and plan to be here for a few hours, giving you the time you need to enjoy it all.

Don’t forget to stop by the gift shop, it’s the log building at entrance to the farm. We have delicious MAPLE SYRUP, treats and hot chocolate for sale inside.

For an enjoyable atmosphere and guest experience we are keeping the number of guests to a limited number per day. We strongly recommend buying your tickets ahead of time to avoid disappointment. Tickets will be available at the gate should numbers that day permit.

The Log Farm located right in the city, at 670 Cedarview Road in Nepean, is a little hidden treasure of local heritage, a country oasis located right in the middle of today’s busy city. The Log Farm was settled in 1854 by the Bradley family. Our family takes pride in continuing in the Bradley’s footsteps, we currently have three generations working the farm today. The farm offers our guests a glimpse into the past of what a family farm would have been like in the late 1800’s as well as how we currently farm today.  

Guests will enjoy some family fun down on the farm throughout the seasons. We always have lots of friendly animals to see, feed and touch at the farm. Along with play areas for the kids including hay structures and sensory tables. You can visit the farm from March through December. The farm changes with the seasons, offering different experiences throughout the year.

  • March/April – Sugarbush & Easter
  • May/June – Spring at the Farm
  • July/August – Summer Hay Days
  • September/October – Fall Fun at the Farm
  • November/December – Christmas at the Farm

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