Experience the authentic production of pure Canadian Maple Syrup - from horse drawn sap collection to taffy in the snow - each spring at Stanley's Olde Maple Lane Farm.
The farm has been producing Maple Syrup since the 1800s, and our methods haven't changed that much in all these years.
Join us for a sleigh ride, visit the sugar shack, and watch the sap to syrup process unfold while enjoying taffy on the snow and a pancake brunch at the Pancake House or join us for our Easter Egg Hunt. Group bookings can also be accommodated throughout the week.
To be fair to all of our guests we do not take reservations for the Pancake House. Balloons, streamers & gift openings are Not Permitted in the Pancake House
Please note that out of concern for our guests and the welfare of our animals, outside food is not permitted anywhere on the farm.
Hours of Operation
Open Weekends from March 1st through April 20th
Closed Good Friday & Easter Monday
Ontario March Break
Monday March 10th - Closed
Tuesday March 11th 10-2pm
Wednesday March 12th 10am-2pm
Thursday March 13th 10am-2pm
Friday March 14th 10m-2pm
Private Bookings for groups of 30 or more available Tuesdays through Fridays Ask about our Seniors Days!
Please note that outside food is not permitted.
If you have a peanut/nut allergy we recommend that you refrain from eating our products.
Although we take precautions, since we are open to the public, it is impossible to guarantee that our products have not come into contact with peanuts, nuts or other allergens.
We encourage anyone with food sensitivities, allergies, or special dietary needs to check with Management for an up to date list of ingredients.
Your welfare is our first concern.
No Dogs Please
Out of the safety & concern for our guests & farm animals, we cannot allow dogs (with the exception of licensed service animals) on the property.
Yes, we do sleigh rides at the farm!Sleigh rides are private December through to February
Our horse-drawn sleighs are approximately one hour long and accommodate up to 20 guests. We have a driver as well as a coach man on the ride and they are always more than willing to give you a brief history of the farm, farm events and the surrounding community. This gives your guests a real sense of the farm and area history. The ride travels around the farm through the forests that we tap for Maple Syrup.
Once you get back after your hour ride you can visit the farm animals in the barn, go to the Stone House gift shop and enjoy a cup of Hot Chocolate and a fresh-baked cookie.
The whole experience will last about 2 hours.
For example: Arrival 1:45pm, Sleigh Ride 2pm, Cookie & Hot Chocolate 3pm, & Departure before 4pm.
Total Cost $245 (plus tax)
Tea Room is then closed until Sugarbush Season 2015.