Compare the native, pioneer and modern methods of gathering and processing the sap. Enjoy the quiet gliding of horse drawn sleigh rides. Explore the educational nature trails. Taste the mouth-watering treat of complimentary maple taffy on the snow. Join in the log sawing contest, the snowshoe competition or the three-person plank race. Give-in to a delicious plate of pancakes and sausages smothered in International award winning syrup served by the Warkworth Community Service Club. Enjoy olde tyme square dance demonstrations, step dancing, clogging and country music. This year’s line up includes the Potter Band and The Percy Swingers.
Saturday and Sunday 9 am to 4 pm
Getting to the Sugar Bush
Please note, there is no parking at the bush except for a limited amount of handicap parking. The best and most convenient way to take in the whole festival is to park in the Village of Warkworth and hop on a free shuttle bus, compliments of AMES Bus Lines.
Buses run continually both days, between 8:30 am and 3 pm, going to and from the Sugar Bush. Many people report the 5 mile ride to the sugar bush in a school bus filled with all ages is one of the highlights of their day.
Only Service Dogs are allowed at the Sugar Bush. This means we can only allow Service Dogs on the buses too.
Please Note: Last Bus to Sugar Bush 3 PM
General admission to the Sugar Bush is $4 (Children 12 & under admitted free)
Washrooms Available at this Venue
Events at the Bush
- Sap making demonstrations
- Free Tasting – Taffy on Snow
- Horse Drawn Sleigh Rides $2.00 (Children under 10 ride free)
- Nature Trails
- Log Sawing Contest
- Three Person Plank Race
- Snowshoe Competition
Pancakes, Sausages & Famous Warkworth Maple Syrup
A fundraiser for and served by the Warkworth Community Service Club.
Adults $7.00 (Children 12 yrs & under $3.00)
“Community Service with Hand and Heart”