The most Canadian of culinary trails, the Muskoka Maple Trail features stops across Muskoka that have infused locally harvested maple syrup into their culinary offerings. From maple drizzled waffles to smokey-maple ribs, maple craft beer to maple gelato, discover the incredible depth of Canada's most beloved natural product on the Muskoka Maple Trail.
See the 2019 Maple Trail participants below!
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Sugarbush Hill Maple Farm is a state-of-the-art 3,200 tap maple sugaring operation in the heart of Muskoka, and is the largest sugarhouse open year-round to the public.
Home of Ontario’s first Maple Creemees, pure maple and real dairy together at last for a deliciously sweet and rich soft serve ice cream These delicious treats will be available for the first time on the Muskoka Maple Trail, starting March 9, 2019.
Guided Tours: booking is required as tours can fill up quickly and there is limited capacity. For complete information on tour dates, Taffy-On-Snow, hours, free samples, and 2 for 1 Maple Creemees, visit www.sugarbushhill.com
Take a private, nostalgic sleigh or wagon ride through the Muskoka maple bush, the perfect spring adventure for families and couples. Admire the beautiful Muskoka back country all the while making lasting memories together. After your ride, warm up by the campfire with a hot beverage and some sweet maple snacks (total tour is 1.5 – 2 hrs). This has to be one of the coolest ways to see the maple bush!
Maple Experience: Fusing the best of Muskoka’s two major harvests, sweet maple and tart cranberries, Muskoka Lakes Farm & Winery welcomes visitors to take their maple-inspired Bog to Bottle Tour, available from March 8 – April 26, every day at 11am, 1pm and 3pm.
Sugarbush Tours: (self-guided) Guests can purchase a hiking pass for the Farm & Winery’s 10km of high quality hiking trails, and depending on the weather, snowshoe or hike to the sugar bush. Finish in the store with a sampling of fresh sap, syrups and Red Maple Dessert Wine.
Maple Hot Bevvies: Try a maple latte or one of their other maple-inspired hot bevvies, the perfect warmth after a spring hike in the sugarbush.
Maple hot bevvies: The Rosseau’s Country Market is serving up tasty maple-inspired coffee beverages over March Break, Easter and select weekends. The decadent Maple Dolce and the fan favourite Maple Chai Latte.
Maple-inspired dining: Dining at JW Marriott The Rosseau is an experience worth repeating. Before an exquisite meal at Teca or Muskoka Chophouse, arrive early for cocktails at Lakes, the resort’s cozy bar and lobby lounge. Share an artisanal cheese board paired with house-made maple bacon jam, apricot puree,crackers and a selection of cheeses.
Maple experience #1: The Rosseau’s Maple Syrup Experience will be offered every Saturday from 12pm – 1pm, from March 9th – April 29th. Non-resort guests are welcome to attend for a small fee.
Special March Break dates added:
Begin your day by the campfire with fresh pancakes and local Sugarbush Hill Maple Farm maple syrup.
March 10, 13 and 17
9am – 9:30am
Maple Syrup Experience
March 9, 12, 14 and 16
12pm – 1pm and 3-4pm
Maple experience #2: The luxurious Spa Rosseau is extending the bountiful maple harvest to personal wellness and rejuvenation with their Maple Sugar Body Experience. A high intensity maple sugar head-to-toe scrub is followed by a nourishing maple body butter application for ultimate hydration. Available March 1 until May 20th, 2019, visit www.sparosseau.com or call 705 765 7000 to book.
Step into Spring – Daily Spa Access:
Spring is a time for rejuvenation. Relax and unwind with a day pass to Spa Rosseau for $40 from March 1 until May 20th, 2019. Spa access includes:
Available March 1 until May 20th, 2019, visit www.sparosseau.com or call 705 765 7000 to book.