Sandy Flat Sugar Bush Activities
March 10 & 11, 2018
Come and try some of our delicious maple cotton candy during our Maple Syrup festival.
Test your mettle with some log cutting.
New and Old Maple Syrup Making Demonstrations
Maintaining the lines that bring the maple syrup into our boiler house.
“See the clear maple sap in the bucket!”
It takes a lot of wood to boil down maple syrup!
Boiling down the maple sap to make maple syrup.
Sugar Bush Tours
schools, tour groups, seniors (by appointment), families welcome any time.
Families are welcome any time.
Horse Drawn Sleigh Rides
Two horses ready to take our guests for a sleigh ride.
From 9am to 4pm (March – April)
Maple Taffy on Snow Weekends
Pouring out maple syrup to make taffy.
Tasting our taffy made on snow.
Museum of Artifacts Related to the Making of Maple Syrup
Early settlers/pioneers used big iron kettles to boil down their sweet maple sap, to make maple syrup.
Nature Walking Trails
Our little friend is ready to try our cross-sled on our snow covered Nature Trails.