The Muskoka Maple Trail runs from March 13 – April 24, 2020
Spring has OFFICIALLY sprung! After a slow start to the season, the air is finally filling with the sweet, sweet aroma of boiling sap as our local sugar makers get to work. Cool nights are making way to warming temperatures throughout the day which are the perfect weather combo to get sap flowing.
If you can’t tell, we love our locally harvested, pure maple syrup. So much so that we’ve created the Muskoka Maple Trail, a culinary trail centred around maple syrup. With 29 stops in total stretching across Muskoka, the Trail just might be the most Canadian adventure of all time! From sugar bush tours and pancake breakfasts, maple beer to maple butter tarts, visit as many stops as you can and turn a regular spring day into an exceptionally sweet spring day!
Where can you pick up the Muskoka Maple Trail map?
More Maple Fun:
Don’t miss the annual Maple Weekend, April 4-5, 2020 from 10am to 4pm. This is a great time to visit your local sugar bush! For a list of participating sugar bushes and their weekend schedules, visit the official Maple Weekend website.
Mark your calendars, the grandest maple celebration of the year, the Muskoka Maple Festival, will be taking place on April 25, 2020 in Downtown Huntsville.
Stay & Play
Coming from out of town? Book the sweetest getaway you can find with one of the Maple Trail accommodation partners. Get a great night’s sleep so you can have the most fun on your maple adventure. Each of our accommodation partners has Muskoka Maple Trail maps on site, just ask their concierge or front desk.
- Holiday Inn Express & Suites
- Residence Inn by Marriott Muskoka Wharf
- Deerhurst Resort
- JW Marriott The Rosseau Muskoka Resort & Spa
- Rawley Resort
- Hidden Valley Resort