Starting in mid February right through to the beginning of April our sheltered Sugar Shuttle takes you out to our Sugar Bush Adventure where you begin your self-guided picturesque tour on our groomed trails. Discover activities, indigenous trees and themed presentations. Our re-enactors, dressed in period costumes, demonstrate and share the rich history of Canada's first harvest of the year, maple syrup.Follow the Sugar Bush Adventure trail to see the many different things you can do. How long you stay out in our Sugar Bush is up to you, so dress for the outdoors! You may wish you had your camera too. Several stations have fires where you can get warm; if you get hungry we have special yummy products only offered in the bush as well.Sit a spell at our fires, listen to native stories, dance with our fiddlers, use a hand drills to tap trees, saw like a lumberjack, have your face painted, see what bird you are, eat yummy taffy, roast a hot dog, get lost in the maze, cross a rickety bridge, and if you are not careful you may learn a little somethin’ maple before you get the shuttle back to the farm.
Open every weekend from Feb. 9 - Mar. 30, 2013. Including Family Day (Feb. 18), Good Friday (Mar. 29) and all week long during March Break (Mar. 11-15).
Hours: First Shuttle at 9:30 am, last shuttle at 3:30 pm.
2013 Prices: Adults (18+) $9.50 • Youth (13-17) $8.00 • Children (2-12) $6.00 • Adult Disc. (20+ persons) $8.00(all prices subject to applicable taxes)