The beauty of living in Canada isn’t just about the endless breathtaking sights Mother Nature has plotted on our land, it’s certainly much sweeter than that. That sweetness were talking about, well that’s the maple syrup that is uniquely crafted at White Meadow Farms in Pelham. If you have a love for understanding the intricate process of how this sweet treat is created, than walking along this 2 to 3 hour tour is just what the sweet-tooth fairy ordered.
As you walk along the maple trails you’ll get a hands on experience like never before. Sitting around the campfire, you’ll embark on a journey of all things maple syrup. Listen to the storytellers explain how The Native People found this wonderfully sweet treat. Hop along the trail where you’ll stumble upon the artifact shack, pioneer camp and the lumberjack yard. It’s all about getting your hands dirty and while at the lumberjack yard you’ll get to test your lumbering skills as you cut through the wood just as the pioneers used to do. And the very best part of this excursion is you not only get to tap your own syrup out of the tree but you get to dabble into taffy and maple syrup tastings along the way.
Walking along the sugar bush trail you’ll take in the beauty of the past that continues to bring joy to those blueberry pancakes every morning. The sweet tastes of maple syrup is yours for the taking at this quaint farm.