It's the Sugar Season!
Come on up to Sugar Moon Farm.
Booking Schools Now!
Drop-in Fridays now!
Time to celebrate the approaching spring and the end of a long, cold winter.
From mid-February when we begin tapping, until mid-April when the trees bud, it's the Sugar Season!
Follow the season with our Sap Journal. Bring family + friends to celebrate spring.
HIKE beautiful trails - get outside.
EAT pancakes, sausages, baked beans + more in our log cabin restaurant.
LEARN about maple syrup in our guided tours.
SHOP for maple goodies + bring a taste of Sugar Moon home.
Check our HOURS here.
Dogs? NOT permitted on the farm. Strictly on lead on the Rogart Mtn Trail. Do NOT dispose of dog waste in the portojohns! Baird's Septic says that it can ruin their machine that services the units.
SUGAR ON SNOW
A unique piece of Canadiana, this is a treat not to be missed! Hot maple syrup poured on crushed ice. Roll your own syrup sucker, taste the yumminess + you'll be hooked.
Offered hourly throughout the day!
$2 per stick.
Follow the season! Quita + Scott collaborate to bring you the latest maple news from Sugar Moon Farm. Find out about this year's challenges + highlights. We try to predict as much as possible when we'll be boiling but of course, Mother Nature dictates the season!
An all-inclusive prepaid + reserved package with brunch, a sugar camp tour + sugar on snow. A great way to enjoy it all!
Available Thursday + Friday
in March + April.
10 am Tues-Fri during NS March Break.
(more availability year round).
SUGAR CAMP TOURS
All ages welcome. An indoor 40 minute tour. Hear about the history of maple syrup + our Sugar Moon story. See how we collect sap + turn it into syrup over a wood-fire. Wrap up the tour with a maple tasting.
March + April - available hourly 10 - 4.
Sign up in front of the sugar camp.
Adults $5. Kids 5-12 $3. Preschoolers free.
Get close to nature on beautiful trails around Sugar Moon Farm. Ask staff for directions before heading out - the Rogart Mtn Trail is only 6.2 km but gains a lot of elevation + can be challenging for some. If you have snowshoes, bring them. Don't have any? We have 10 pairs to rent $5/hr.
Come taste + buy maple. You can purchase your goodies at the farm inside the restaurant or, seasonally, in the "Shack" out front.
Can't make it to the farm?
Order your products online + have them shipped within Canada.
Go HERE for our SHOP