Our 2021 Maple Season: Everything You Need to Know

We are classed agriculture and food manufacturing. This means we can welcome you to our 400 acre sugar bush and newly expanded maple farm store. Team Awesome and our family have made changes to keep our family, staff, and customers safe.  This page is updated regularly!

Here are answers to many of your questions regarding our 2021 maple season. Please read to the end before you visit this year. The main maple season is now over; we’re only open for shopping and curbside pickup. You can also find our products at the Almonte Farmers’ Market this year!

2021 Season at a Glance

This information was last updated: 25 May 2021


Starting Mon, April 19th: Open Tues and Fri** from 10-3 for in-store shopping and curbside pickup.

** If you need an alternate day for pickup of an order, please email us at info@fultons.ca. We are happy to do our best!

Also available at the Almonte Farmers’ Market every Saturday morning in 2021.

Maple Farm Store

Our traditional dining area has been transformed into our new, spacious maple farm store.

New offerings include: Grab’n’go and frozen food items, maple granola, maple pepperettes, cookies, and tarts.  We are bringing back some old favourites including soft French taffy and maple poppy seed dressing.

We have your favourite Fulton’s products you love plus new local food products. Of course our online store and farm pick up is set up for your convenience. 

Maple products from Fultons
The maple syrup season is over, but we’re still here for you.

Thank you!

Team Awesome

Author: Fulton's Sugar Bush

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.

15 thoughts

  1. Hi Shirley – I’m just wondering if there will be any hot beverages (coffee, tea) to help wash down a couple of maple tarts? You are very close to the fat bike trails (Sugarbush, Bennie’s) near the corner of Conc 7B and I bet many of those riders could be enticed to pop by. Last weekend there were probably 20 cars parked along the road. Thanks!

    1. Hi Jonas, thanks for getting in touch! Yes, you can count on getting takout from us. Thurs/Fri/Sat in February, and we’ll expand to all 7 days/week in March. We’ll see how April goes. Hot and cold drinks will be available beginning this weekend with some great grab n’ go (maple sweets such as the tarts you mentioned, maple cookies, proteins like maple yogurt, maple pepperettes, cheese curds etc will be added in the coming weeks). Of course, we do not have any indoor seating, so all of the above is pop in to the main building and take out.

    1. Hello Ingrid. Thank you for your question. We’re afraid that the conditions of our sleighs won’t allow for us to operate them safely this year. We’re offering other outdoor activities on our trails instead.

  2. Hello, do the trails have lots of routes? I have 3 small kids and not sure how long they will last before having to turn back! They sure are looking forward to the maple syrup snow candy!!

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