Come Experience Maple…
Wheelers Pancake House, Sugar Camp & Museums
Open 9am – 3pm Everyday
(Yes we are open EVERYDAY but Christmas Day)
News from the Sugarbush:
Update October 10, 2017
We are open everyday from 9am – 3pm so come enjoy a meal, browse our Maple Heritage Museum and Forest & Farm Museum, look around our sugar camp, hike our nature trails, and buy our beautiful organic Maple Syrup.
Fall Colour Update: The wet Summer and hot dry September has delayed the fall colours in our area by 1 – 2 weeks. Peak colours will likely occur during the 2 weeks following Thanksgiving. Good colour viewing is expected to be patchy with some fairly heavy defoliation by forest tent caterpillar earlier this summer. There should be many pockets of forest with good colour viewing opportunities.
2017 Maple Syrup season: April 14th was our last day boiling maple syrup this year. It was a long and bountiful maple season with our first boil on February 23rd. You can learn about how we know it is the end of the season here. This is a sneak peak behind the scenes of our maple production.
See you soon,”
Reservation Policy: Everyone is served on a first come, first serve basis. We take reservations for groups of 8 people or more with the exception of Spring weekends and holidays. We can accommodate groups of any size so bring all your friends!
Pet Policy: Only service animals are welcome inside our buildings. Well behaved animals are welcome outdoors as long as they are leashed and supervised. Please ensure your pets are respectful of our other guests and our farm animals.
Please note that we do NOT accept debit cards. We do accept VISA and MasterCard. ATM onsite.
From our Family to Yours!
Owned & Operated by Vernon & Judy Wheeler and Family since 1978
Great for hiking, occational long grass on some trails
Maple Trail: Closed
1001 Highland Line, McDonalds Corners (Lanark Highlands), Ontario, Canada, K0G 1M0
*Please follow our signs and written directions. We DO NOT recommend using a GPS once you are within 15km of us as it may take you on unmaintained or narrow backroads. There are plentiful signs from all directions. All the roads to our enterance are paved (except a 2km stretch on Concession 9A if coming from Maberly).
(613) 278 – 2090