Spring is the best time for wildlife sighting! Maple season is now over, but there’s still lots to do here. Read on!
DAILY 10 am – 5 pm
- Best time for wildlife sighting!
- Forest floor comes alive with wild leeks, trilliums, Dutchman’s breeches and more!
- Mud-licious and puddle-wonderful! (so wear appropriate footwear!)
- Daily Bog to Bottle Tour includes spring sights and samples
- Trails include lots of unique features
- Spring Menu – featuring maple flavours
- OPEN – spring conditions (mix of bare ground, mud and puddles)
- Conditions are weather dependent
- 11-4 daily (weather permitting)
Bog to Bottle Tour FAQ
- Everyday at 11, 1 & 3
- drop in or book ahead
- Guided walking tour (30-45 minutes) that includes maple harvesting
- dress for the weather and for walking on snow/mud
- Tutored wine tasting (30-45 minutes)
- sample wines from dry to (maple!) dessert
- $7 kids under 19 (tour portion only)
- more information
- over 10 km of marked trails with unique features and surprise discoveries
- open (weather permitting):
- 11-4 daily
- pets on leashes permitted
- conditions are weather dependent
- more information
- Do you serve food?
- We offer a light menu of gourmet grilled cheese, cheese plates, cookies, muffins and, of course, wine & cider! We have indoor and outdoor seating.
- Are pets allowed?
- pets on leashes are welcome, just not in the buildings
- Is there an entry fee?
- There is no charge to come to the farm, just fees for activities
- Do you charge for parking?
- Do you have sheltered areas?
- Yes. McArthur House – the original family home – has cafe-style seating (please, no picnics – picnic tables are available outside)
- Stay, Eat & Play: here are two great sources for area information:
- Do you accept credit cards?
- Yes, Debit, Visa and MasterCard are all accepted
- Do you have washrooms?
- What about crowds?
- we have never had to turn anyone away, but there are times the farm can be quite busy and parking hard to find
- it is always possible to park down the road if the farm lots are full
- weekends are busier than weekdays; beautiful weather tends to bring crowds
- we can’t always predict crowds, but we will always do our best to serve you!