Come hungry, leave happy. Our brunch features traditional items from our family recipe book. All items are home made using farm-grown or locally sourced.
The Brunch is served in a rustic cabin in the heart of our sugar bush. In the spirit of the sugar shack, you’ll enjoy your meal at a long communal table, giving you ample opportunity to meet some new friends (120 seats).
Our 2020 maple season brunch service: February 23rd to April 13th, 2020.
Your “new” Maple Menu: Individual servings
Available but not included
- substitute GrMama’s pancakes for dairy+egg free or gluten free pancakes: + 2.21$ea+hst/plate
- Sharing a plate: 2.21$+hst (beverage service is included)
- Kids under 25mths: Free
- bring home box(empty): 1.13$ea+hst
And for dessert:
- Taffy on snow (100% pure maple syrup): 3.77$ea +hst
- Maple sugar cotton candy (100% pure maple syrup): 3.77$ea +hst
- a slice of home made pie garnished with whipped cream:
Traditional sugar: 3.99$+hst Raspberry: 3.99$+hst Real maple syrup: 5.09$+hst
- Grand-Mama Proulx’s home made pancakes: 1.77$ea+hst (1 serving of our real maple syrup included)
Farm Admission, $5.76+HST/person, kids under 3: free
- Visit our small animal petting farm – Touch, feed and learn
- Admission to the farm’s outdoor play parks and slides (snow pants recommended)
- Admission to the sugar bush
- Visit the century old production shack
- Enjoy a guided tour and learn how maple syrup is made in the sugar shack (approx. 20 minutes)
- A hay ride (horse-drawn on weekends) through our maple forest (approximately 20 minutes).
Stop by our on-farm store:
- Different grades of our real maple syrup
- Variety of different maple sweets-gift ideas
- Mixed of our home made jams and preserves
Taxes not included. Prices per person. Prices may change without prior notice.
Cash & Interac (discount with Cash/Interac payment).
We welcome all visitors. Please note, as a working farm, the terrain is snow-packed and can be uneven in spots. The brunch cabin is wheelchair accessible but can get crowded. We also have specially designed wagon for your enjoyment.
Similar to wine tastings, maple syrup connoisseurs use a specialized vocabulary to describe the syrup’s flavour, aroma, and bouquet. They identify subtle woody or vanilla flavours, or the presence of herbs or fruit flavours specific to the growing region. Lighter coloured syrup has a less intense flavour while the darkest coloured syrup is the strongest in flavour.