Greater Toronto Area

Maple by Moonlight

Location: Willowgrove Farm, 11737 McCowan Road, Stouffville
Saturday April 5th, 2014 from 5 pm to 9 pm


Contact Laura Yakutchik at 905-640-2127 or

Admission for a family of 4 is $20. Additional fee if pancake dinner is wanted in the starlit dining hall.

Come join us for a magical evening! Before you have a scrumptious dinner of pancakes and maple syrup, you'll make a craft and take a lantern-guided tour of our sugar shack. Then watch our highly entertaining puppet show and learn some more about making maple syrup. And of course you can take a tractor ride through our wood lot and then warm your toes by our bonfire.


TRCA: Sugar Bush Maple Syrup Festivals

Locations: Kortright Centre for Conservation (Woodbridge)
Bruce's Mill Conservation Area (Stouffville)
Organization: Toronto and Region Conservation Authority
Contact Name: Customer Service

Phone: 416-667-6295


It's a sure sign of spring! Come out and 'tap into nature'. Demonstrations, wagon rides, activities and, of course, pancakes and maple syrup!

From Saturday March 2th until April 10th the festival runs at the Kortright Centre for Conservation in Woodbridge and at Bruce's Mill Conservation Area in Stouffville. Kortright is open every day from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm. Bruce's Mill opens every weekend, all March Break, and weekdays, except Mondays and Tuesdays, from 9:30am - 4:30 pm. The last self-guided tour runs at 3:30 pm.

Kortright: 9550 Pine Valley Drive, south of Major Mackenzie Drive, west of Highway 400, Woodbridge.

Bruce's Mill: south side of Stoufville Road, east of Warden Avenue, Stoufville.


Purple Woods Conservation Area

2011 Purple Woods Maple Syrup Festival

March Break: March 12 to 20 Weekends: March 26, 27 & April 2,3 Hours 10:00 am to 2:30 pm

For more Maple Syrup Festival information:


Authority office at (905) 579-0411 or email us at


Bronte Creek Provincial Park

Maple Syrup Festival

or call: 905-827-6911 ext: 228

Bronte Creek Provincial Park's Annual Maple Syrup Festival is a sweet time. Our turn of the century farm hosts guided historical tours of maple syrup production, a heritage museum, children's activities and more delicious ways to enjoy maple syrup then you can think of, including frest maple taffy.


Mountsberg Conservation Area ~ Maple Towne

or call: 905-854-2276

Sticky sweet harbinger of spring, the maple sap has begun to flow and Mountsberg Conservation Areas is opening the doors to Maple Towne. March 3 until April 9, 2012 (weekends, March Break and holidays) the working sugar bush will be in operation complete with Pancake House, Candy Cabin, Sugar Shanty and wagon rides! Visit Maple Towne and receive free entrance to Crawford Lake Conservation Area’s Sweetwater Season event when visiting on the same day.


Horton Tree Farms Sugar Bush Festival - Stouffville

Family owned and operated, open to public since 1968, beautiful rustic and natural setting.

Syrup making demonstrations - native, pioneer and modern, samples, tractor/wagon rides and nature trails.

Pure maple products and pancakes in the old log cabin.

Open to families on weekend and pre-booked groups of all ages on weekdays and weekends.

(Open mid march through mid April)

Only 30 minutes from highway 401

Visit our website: or call 1-800-420-7385


Killbear Provincial Park’s 7th Annual Maple Syrup Festival

Saturday, April 6/2013



All Day Pancake Breakfast

• Hot pancakes with pure maple syrup, bacon, tea, coffee or juice ($6/adult, $4/child)

Sap to Syrup Tour

• Wagon rides through Killbear

• Guided tours of the sugar bush and sugar shack

Visitor Centre and Nature Shoppe

• Explore the culture and nature of our area purchase unique gifts

Admission to the park is free

Directions: Follow Highway 400 north of Parry Sound for 12 km. Take exit #241 for Highway 559. Killbear Provincial Park is located at the end of Hwy 559.

Telephone 705 342 5492


Ganaraska Region Conservation Authorityís Maple Syrup Day

Saturday March 29 2014 - 10:00am – 1:00pm

Ganaraska Forest Centre, 10585 Cold Springs Camp Road, Campbellcroft
Tour the sap collecting route, visit the sugar shack & enjoy story-telling from historic characters who will enlighten you on this sweet tradition. Then enjoy some pioneer games & face painting before settling in for a pancake feast! $15/adult & $8/child

Call 905.797.2721 for further information


Brooks Farms Maple Sugar Festival - Mount Albert

WE GROW FUN!! Family owned and operated for over 125 years

Open Weekends & March Break: March 1 - mid April.
Open Weekdays for Pre-booked School & Group Tours

Festival includes: Guided & Self Guided Educational Tours, Wagon/Train Rides, Camp Fire, Sap & Syrup Tastings, Pancake House, Pure Maple Products, *Barnyard Playland (weather permitting).

or Phone (905) 473-3246


A Taste of Maple

Hills of Headwaters Tourism Association is thrilled to announce a new event launching this spring. A Taste of Maple will take place from March 28, 2014 – April 13, 2014 at locations across the Headwaters region.

If you'd like more information about our event, please feel free to visit: