Milton residents can now visit Maple Town for the season


Published March 16, 2022 at 3:22 pm

Milton residents who look forward to visiting Maple Town will be able to do so from now until Apr. 10, 2022.

Maple Town is located at Mountsberg Conservation Area near Campbellville.

Attendees may visit for the daytime experience or in the evening for the illuminated sugarbush tour, which will offer park visitors independent exploration and guided tours throughout the park.

Attendees may also visit the Pancake Pavillion, which will be open with limited seating.

“It’s the sweetest time of year at Conservation Halton! The Mountsberg sugarbush has been producing maple magic for more than 150 years and educating the public for over 40 years. The park will tap about 300 sugar maples this spring and the crystal-clear sap will be magically transformed into sweet maple syrup in the Sugar Shanty,” reads Conservation Halton’s website.

“We look forward to celebrating this time-honoured tradition with you!”

Reservations for the park may be made here and are limited to one reservation per vehicle.

Maple Town is a non-refundable event.

Photo: Conservation Halton

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