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Sugarbush Hill Maple Farm

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2389 Muskoka Rd 10, Huntsville, Ontario P1H 2J3, Canada
+1 705-787-9787
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A unexpected gem - fantastic.

Seven of us went to visit Sugarbush Hill. Given the very modest fee we were not expecting a huge... read more

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PapaJamesE
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London, United Kingdom
Great way to find out all about maple syrup

Really interesting and informative tour of this small facility. The owner is clearly passionate... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Discerning_mum
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Basingstoke, United Kingdom
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Sugarbush Hill is a "State Of The Art" maple sugaring operation near the Town of Huntsville. We are the largest sugarhouse open 5 days a week to the public on a year round basis in the District of Muskoka. We offer 100% pure maple syrup and other delicious maple products produced right here from our own sugarbush. SUGARHOUSE TOURS and TASTINGS from May to October, please check tour times and hours on our website under "Contact" and "Tours Details". Reservations and payment via email or phone is required for tours in advance as they fill up quickly. See our huge eco-friendly and highly efficient wood-fired evaporator, many displays of maple antiques and artifacts or stroll our maple forest. From our maple observation deck you have an excellent sight line of "The Big Maple", a slice of the tallest sugar maple ever in Canada. Our "Bucket Wall" can also be easily seen from this vantage point. We would be pleased to take the time to explain the complete maple sugaring process from the past to the present day. A Canadian heritage at it's finest is waiting for you. For your premium MUSKOKA MAPLE EXPERIENCE come to Sugarbush Hill Maple Farm and see what all the fuss has been about for centuries.
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2389 Muskoka Rd 10, Huntsville, Ontario P1H 2J3, Canada
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Seven of us went to visit Sugarbush Hill. Given the very modest fee we were not expecting a huge amount - we were mistaken. Tom, the owner, delivererd a fascinating, detailed and charming tour of his maple syrup farm. His knowledge was encyclopaedic and his...More

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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Really interesting and informative tour of this small facility. The owner is clearly passionate about running his business in a sustainable way and preserving some of the industry history and his enthusiasm shone through. The tours do not run when syrup is being produced so...More

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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

We really wanted to visit a maple syrup farm whilst in Canada. We found one to visit and realised we should have booked. I emailed and asked if there was any free spaces. Tom kindly replied and added us to the tour, so kind. We...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

My partner and I from the UK visited today (11/08/18) and we learned a lot about maple syrup and how's it's made! Both owners are very knowledgeable and very polite and friendly to converse with. On our visit we got to sample (for free) a...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We visited after having read recommendations on this trip advisor. Worth every minute of the time you spend there, Tom’s explanations really enlightened us about the work and dedication he puts into making his products. Thank you again for sharing your touching story and all...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A fun, tasty and memorable experience on our Canadian tour - absolutely recommended for all ages. We learnt more about maple syrup and Canadian history than we ever thought we would!

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We had a perfect time with my parents and my girlfriend listening to the story of making maple sirup.

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This was a great educational and fun tour of all things maple syrup. From the high tech evaporator to all the tools and antique syrup making treasures from the past, there’s something for everyone. Would love to come back in the spring to see the...More

Thank Dan K
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A very personable tour by the man who runs the maple farm. My wife and I, along with our three grown sons, got a good look at the equipment inside the facility and a thorough and interesting explanation of the whole process. His wife had...More

Thank john h
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Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Sugarbush Tom is enthusiastic and knowledgeable, the tour is informative and enjoyable. We would recommend this tour BUT you must pay and book beforehand, do not just turn up! The website is very clear about this but people were just arriving and being disappointed. Sugarbush...More

Thank Tina C
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poohbear1313
October 18, 2015|
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Response from Sugarbushhillmaplefa | Property representative |
Hello Please check our website under "Contact" for our current hours. We do offer tours from the Long weekend in May until Thanksgiving in October. Thank-you for your interest in Sugarbush Hill Maple Farm Tom
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Dave W
August 18, 2015|
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Response from Sugarbushhillmaplefa | Property representative |
Hello Thank-you for your email and interest in Sugarbush Hill. Dogs are welcome on the property but under control. Unfortunately, according to food health and safety regulations pets are not allowed in the sugarhouse... More
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