March is maple syrup month. Trees have been tapped, sap is flowing and sugar shacks are steaming across the region. It’s a perfect time for families to satisfy that sweet tooth with a tall stack of pancakes drizzled with real maple syrup.
With March Break upon us, why root around for things to do with the family? Head to Terra Cotta Conservation Area where you can enjoy a Canadian tradition in your own backyard. Come enjoy sweet treats before they’re gone at our new Sugarbush Maple Syrup Festival, running throughout March and Easter Weekend.
This event promises fun for the whole family. The festival includes activities such as tractor drawn wagon rides, kids activities, outdoor pioneer displays, sugar shack demonstrations, taffy tasting, pancake breakfast and live entertainment!
We promise a tasty time for all. Admission is FREE if you are a member of the parks. The Sugarbush Maple Syrup Festival is also open at two Toronto and Region Conservation Area locations – Bruce’s Mill Conservation Area and Kortright Centre for Conservation.
For tickets or to learn more, visit http://maplesyrupfest.com/.