Horse drawn wagon rides are only available during weekends in March and during
the March Break (March 16-20), weather permitting from 10am-2pm. This 5-10 minute wagon ride is a trail loop that takes you through our home bush where the McLachlan’s have tapped trees for over 100 years. $1.00/person
There are displays and equipment set up with signs explaining various topics, including: the different varieties of maple trees and the evolution of tapping, collecting, and boiling. Additionally, you are free to walk through our red buildings, the buildings that house the equipment that the McLachlan’s currently use to make maple syrup. If you’re lucky, you might even be able to catch them boiling!
Our pancake house is quaint restaurant that sits approximately 225 people. There is also a shop set up for maple syrup and other maple products. For more information on meals and pricing, please visit the ‘Products’ page on this website.
Behind the pancake house there is a playground for the young ones. It is an unsupervised area, so we do ask for adult supervision and that the area be used at your own risk.
SUGAR BUSH ACTIVITIES
Come learn about the history of maple syrup in Canada and how it has changed over the years. Take a horse drawn wagon ride, walk around the bush, learn about the ways of a 6 generation syrup farm or sit down for delicious, fresh made pancakes.