PURPLE WOODS

MAPLE SYRUP FESTIVAL

SORRY!

Festival cancelled for 2021

We're still tapping our sugar maple trees and producing our wonderful maple syrup! You can purchase our maple syrup products online! Click arrow to visit our online store. See you next year!

Come out during select dates in March and April and experience a Canadian spring in our sugarbush!  Sap collected from over 800 sugar maple trees is boiled on site into delicious maple syrup.  On your self-guided tour, you can visit our modern evaporator, and enjoy games and activities. Don't forget to stop by our Heritage Store to purchase some maple treats to take home!

2021 FESTIVAL DATES

AND HOURS 

March 12 (Fri)

March 13-14 (Sat/Sun)

March 17-19 (Closed Mon - Tues, Open Wed-Fri)

March 20-21 (Sat/Sun)

March 27-28 (Sat/Sun)

April 10-11 (Sat/Sun)

CANCELLED for 2021

Hours: 9:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.

Location: Purple Woods Conservation Area

Daily Activities

  • Maple Syrup Demonstrations

  • Children's Activities

  • Self-guided hikes through the sugarbush

  • Warming Station - Cedar Tea

  • Maple Taffy ($) 

  • Heritage Store ($)

SUGARBUSH LANTERN WALK

Friday April 16

 

Enjoy an apple dumpling served with real maple syrup, then head out with a lantern to explore our sugarbush by candlelight.  The history of this liquid gold will be told by firelight along the way, and you will have a chance to taste test different grades of maple syrup.

Contact Information

General Information

Central Lake Ontario Conservation, Administration Office

905 579 0411 ext 0

mail@cloca.com

Suggestions, Comments or Concerns

Yvonne Storm, Special Events Coordinator

905 579 0411 ext 144

ystorm@cloca.com

Become a Festival Sponsor

Patricia Lowe, Director of Community Engagment

905 579 0411 ext 126

plowe@cloca.com

We would like to recognize our 2020 sponsors...

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Our watershed is located on the traditional territory of the Williams Treaties First Nations, the Chippewas of Beausoleil, Georgina Island and Rama and the Mississaugas of Alderville, Curve lake, Hiawatha, Scugog Island. 

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