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6 Adorable Ontario Sugar Shacks That Are A Maple Paradise This Winter

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6 Ontario Sugar Shacks That Are A Maple Paradise This Winter

Do you love maple syrup on your waffles and pancakes? If so, you need to visit one of these adorable Ontario sugar shacks.

Not only you'll get to see how your favourite sweet syrup is made, but you can try some incredible maple taffy on the snow. One top pick is Proulx Farm, as they will give you a slice of pie and hot chocolate when you visit.

No matter which location below you pick, you'll want to purchase some syrup to bring home for your weekend brunches.

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Temple's Sugar Bush

Price: Free

When: TBA

Address: 1700 Ferguson Falls Rd., Lanark, ON

Why You Need To Go: You can try taffy on the snow, go for a walk on the nature paths, and purchase maple products from their store.

Fulton's Pancake House

Price: $10.00 per vehicle

When: Thursdays to Saturdays

Address: 399 Sugar Bush Rd., Pakenham, ON

Why You Need To Go: You'll be able to explore the 8-kilometre of trails and then stuff your face with take-out maple treats at the shop.

Proulx Farm

Price: $10.99 per person

When: Sunday, February 21 to Sunday, April 18

Address: 1865 O'Toole Rd., Cumberland, ON

Why You Need To Go: Included in your admission, you'll get to try so many mouthwatering treats like taffy on the snow, maple or sugar pie, and a delightful cup of hot chocolate to keep you warm. Plus, you can visit the cute animals on the farm.

Sweet Water Maple

Price: Free

When: Tuesday, March 9 to Sunday, April 25

Address: 1447 Peterson Rd., Bracebridge, ON

Why You Need To Go: You can make an appointment to go on a self-guided tour around the sugar bush.

Trillium Ridge Sugarworks

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Price: Free

When: Saturday, March 6 to Sunday, April 4

Address: 254 Maple Sugar Rd., North Tyendinaga, ON

Why You Need To Go: You can visit the sugar shack and stock up on maple syrup to pour over your pancakes. You'll also be able to walk along the hiking trails to see how maple syrup is produced.

Stanley's Olde Maple Lane Farm

Price: $10.00 per vehicle

When: Saturdays and Sundays

Address: 2452 Yorks Corners Rd., Edwards, ON

Why You Need To Go: There is so much to see and do. You can go on a sleigh ride, see the adorable horses, hike the many trails, and visit the heritage sugar shack.

Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your adventure.

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