’s Bronte Creek Provincial Park
Maple Syrup Festival Identified as Top 100 Festivals in
“We specialize in the Late Victorian Era, so visitors get a sense of early farming heritage and how important maple syrup and sugar was to our early settlers. Our tour guides dress in period correct attire, which set us apart from other maple festivals.” Say Festival Coordinator Andrew Cirtwill. “It is very exciting that we have been recognized as one of the top Festivals in all of
The maple syrup festivities are open to the public from 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. every weekend in March and from 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. daily through March Break (March 11-15th). School field trips are offered during the week, where students can learn first-hand how maple syrup is made.
Hop on a wagon that will take you to a heated pancake house where you can enjoy fresh, hot pancakes with pure maple syrup and sausages, served up throughout the festival hours.
Enjoy a guided tour of the
Daily Vehicle Permits are $16.00/ vehicle or $53.75/ bus. For more information or to book your school field trip, call 905-827-6911 or visit www.BronteCreek.org.
Extra charges apply for meals: Pancake meals include hot, fresh pancakes with pure maple syrup, crisp bacon or sausage, and a drink.
The Maple Syrup Festival takes place in the Day-use area of