Unfortunately due to the state of emergency we will be closed until further notice. All ticket holders will be receiving a refund. At this point we are uncertain when we will be able to open our doors again to you. We will be taking it day by day.
We will be starting up our second year of contactless home deliveries of our maple syrup!
🍁 1L $28
If your interested in receiving some sweet syrup just follow these simple steps:
1- send an email with your order and address to firstname.lastname@example.org 2- wait for confirmation before sending your etransfer. 3- once you’ve received confirmation send your etransfer 4- delivered every Saturday- Enjoy your maple syrup 🍁
With all the new restrictions in place here’s what we know… We can still operate carefully while managing the numbers to allow for plenty of distance between families. Unfortunately there are no tickets available to visit the farm site this weekend but our shop is open Friday – Monday 9:00am – 4:00pm stocked full with delicious 2021 Maple Syrup and other great homemade and handmade local items.
I know it’s been a very popular question lately and the answer is now YES! Our 2021 Maple Syrup is ready for sale. We’ve been hard at work making syrup for a few weeks now and the biggest holdup was getting bottles, but they came in and now are filled with fresh 2021 syrup. The gift shop is open this Friday April 2nd- Monday April 5th from 9:00am – 4:00pm. No tickets or reservations required to shop and always lots of free parking.
For those of you inquiring about deliveries, please stay tuned after Eater weekend for details and our schedule. Hope you all have a safe and Happy Easter!
This spring we are expecting chicks, piglets, lambs, bunnies, goats kids, baby alpacas and a calf from our cow! These babies will be arriving from April to mid June. We will make announcements of the births on our social media accounts so be sure to follow us there!!
Limited tickets available, we will be restricting the number of guests per session for your safety and enjoyment. Easter activities will take place around the farm. The Easter egg hunt is included in your admission. Easter weekend Activities: Easter egg hunt in the forest Visit the farm animals, Goats, Sheep, Cows, Horses, Alpacas, Piglets and of course the Bunnies 🐰 Kids play area
How the Easter egg hunt works. Colourful plastic eggs will be scattered down the walking trail through the forest. Participants are encouraged to bring their own basket to use as they collect eggs along the trail. 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 in order to make room for more guests to hunt for eggs.
As a family we have decided that we unfortunately will not be able to offer our sugarbush program for 2021.
We know this is disappointing to all including ourselves. After exploring many different options we just don’t feel with current conditions that’s it’s logistically possible to offer a safe and enjoyable experience for our guests and our staff. Our family will be continuing to produce maple syrup, which will be offered for sale as soon as the weather allows.
We look forward to welcoming everyone back to the farm for an Easter celebration starting March 27th. More details to follow shortly.
It’s been a good start to the new year already. Received the news today that our Farmers’ Market has been nominated for The Ottawa Awards. 2020 was definitely challenging but the support we saw from the people of Ottawa was amazing. To our vendors this would be a huge recognition to all their hard work they have put in over the years to make our market what it was this year. The awards are only voted on by the public so if you feel like saying thanks to our vendors the link below takes you to the voting page and you can vote once a day until January 30th.
We wanted to wish you all the very best of the season and thank all our guests who have attended the farm over the last six weeks. It has been a very different and difficult year but it was certainly nice to see so many familiar and happy faces around this time of year. Today marks the end of our 2020 season and we will regroup in the new year after the provincial lock down and see what’s next for us in 2021.
On another note, a huge shout out again to all our guests that participated in our fill the bucket campaign for the Barhaven food cupboard. Not only once, but twice you helped fill our huge bucket on the tractor with food for local people. Thanks again!
We’re officially into winter break and it’s getting closer to the big day. We’ve still got a good selection of beautiful precut Christmas trees and our gift shop is stocked with lots of great gift ideas from local artisans and not the big crowds. There’s no admission or tickets required to get a tree or shop the shop. The farm is open from now until the 23rd from 9:30am-3:00pm. For tickets to visit the farm with lots of animals and great things to see, keep reading below.
There will be so much excitement next week as we get closer to the big day!! Need to keep the kids busy? Bring them out to the farm for a visit, let them run and play outside! The farm will be open for a 5 day stretch – Saturday to Wednesday 9:30-3:00 You need to get your ticket online, we have limited spots to keep numbers low! tickets are selling out quickly so don’t hesitate if you want a spot!