Sunday looks like a nice day to get outside and get some fresh air. We’re open 9:30-4:00 and we’ve got all sorts of fun. Enjoy all of our farm animals, warm up by the bonfires, wagon ride to the Sugar Bush, nature trails through the Bush, learn how maple syrup is made, snow play hill and much more. We also have yummy goodies for sale like homemade cookies, taffy on the snow, maple cotton candy & the authentic Beavertails!
And so the sweetest time of the year begins. We’re open today and tomorrow from 9:30-4:00 (last admission 3:00). Unfortunately it’s needs to be above freezing to make the sap run but we still have lots going on. We also still have a great selection of syrup available for sale in the gift shop.
🍁 It’s here!!! Sugar Bush Season is upon us!!!
🍁 Come out to the farm this weekend 9:30am- 4:00 (last admission is at 3:00pm)
🍁 TAFFY ON THE SNOW
🍁 WAGON RIDES
🍁 FARM ANIMALS
Less than a week to the launch of our 2020 Sugar Bush season. We’re busy getting ready and we hope the weather for our first weekend (February 29th, March 1st) will be perfect. Just as refresher for all, the temperatures we need for Sap to be running is +5c during the day and -5c at night. for more information check out some of our other pages in the menu!Continue reading
Spring is just around the corner!!!
Sugar Bush Season is almost here!! As the days get longer and the temperatures slowly rise we get closer and closer to the sweetest time of year.
The winter time is a time of anticipation for the upcoming sugaring season. As spring approaches (usually early march) and when the weather is forecasted to be just below freezing, its time to go tapping. We head out into the woods with snowshoes, spiles, pails, lids and drills, we tap the trees and hang the pails, then we wait for the sap to begin to flow.
Maple Sugaring is totally dependent on the weather. Cold nights (-5) and warm sunny days (+5) are ideal for sap to flow.
Did you know that Maple Trees can live up to 200 years and beyond. The oldest know Sugar Maple is estimated to be over 500 years old with a trunk circumference of 20 ft. Its located in North Pelham, Ontario.
For more information on our sugar bush season click here ➡️ Sugar Bush 2020
Welcome to 2020. This is going to be a great year at the farm. We will have lots of the same great stuff as last year and some new great things to come. We hope you can join us often as we will certainly have something to do all year long. Stay tuned for information about our next upcoming event, Sugar Bush 2020, launching early March!!!
Thanks to all our guests for another great year! We wish everybody the very best of the holiday season and new year. We will be closed now until our Sugar Bush 2020 season in early March. Please stay tuned for more information coming soon!
Just a few more sleeps until the big day. At the main entrance you will find the last of or remaining Christmas trees and our gift shop. The shop is loaded with great local made items that make great gifts. There is no admission fee to shop the shop and trees.
This weekend (Saturday & Sunday 10-3) we have a great contest on as a Merry Christmas to our patrons. With every admission to the farm you will receive a ballot to win a family farm pass for the 2020 season.
At the farm, it’s a great place to unwind from all the busyness and stress’ of the season. Enjoy a wagon ride, visit with all the farm animals, and feed if you’d like, warm up by the bonfire, check out Santa’s workshop, tour the pioneer house all for just $6 per person including HST!
Christmas is almost here!!! This is our last BIG giveaway of 2019!!!!
Anyone who visits the farm this weekend will receive a ballot to enter our contest to WIN a free 2020 family seasons pass!!!! See you soon!!!
Saturday & Sunday 10am-3pm
Our last weekend of Christmas celebrations is coming up and that means more Christmas spirit. We start this weekend with our Christmas Shop and Christmas tree sales open Friday 10-5.
On Saturday & Sunday the farm and all mentioned above is open 10-3. At the farm there is so much to do. We have wagon rides, bonfires, lots of different farm animals, historic farm house in holiday theme, a sneak peak at one of Santa’s Workshop and more. For more information click on “Christmas at the farm” under the menu.