That’s right, no more pancake house!
But there is still so much to do here at Fulton’s Sugarbush & Maple Shop. Learn more about the 2023 season.
Our family has been tapping majestic sugar maples on our farm in Pakenham, Ontario since 1840. We are proud to nurture a strong connection to our forest, our customers, and our community. We enjoy working together and crafting quality products in small batches with love for you.
The 2023 season has ended. Order online or come to the Maple Shop Tues or Fri from 10-3.
Please, no dogs!
Note: Our trails are now CLOSED. We only open them from January to late April each year.
We do not allow visiting pets on the property (unless a licensed Service Dog) as we have resident dogs and horses on site.
Thank you for your understanding!
Shop Fulton’s Online
Our shop has over 80 unique products made with love in Ontario.
Choose your favourite syrup grade.
Partnership with Dairy Distillery
Spearheaded by Dairy Distillery, the Almonte Friendship series brings together four of our hometown makers to showcase small town Ontario’s artistry and expertise.
The Dairy Distillery team wanted to show support for the amazing welcome it received from residents and local businesses. In their words:
“To celebrate these friendships, we’ve created the “Almonte Friendship Series” – a collection of four 250ml bottles of Vodkow cream liquor each featuring our friends’ world class products.”
Fulton’s is so proud to be a part of this special partnership.
From the Blog
- Frozen Chocolate-Coated Maple Banana Raspberry BarsHere’s a cold summery treat that will deliver maple flavour well beyond sugarbush season!
- White Maple SangriaThis popular summertime drink takes on a new flavour profile with the addition of maple syrup.
- Pink Grapefruit Salad with Infused Maple Vanilla SyrupA citrusy fruit salad for barbecue season with a unique maple touch.
Stay in the know!
Please join the Fulton’s mailing list. We’ll email you most frequently during the sugarbush season, but we also share updates on new products, recipes, and more on a less frequent basis for the rest of the year.