Sweetwater Harvest Festival
March 23rd & 24th, 2019 10am to 4pm last admission 3pm
Celebrate a uniquely Canadian tradition in a distinctively Canadian landscape.
Escape to a time when maple syrup was made over an open fire, experience our history and explore nature at its best. The festival celebrates the history of maple syrup, and the role it plays in our cultural and natural heritage.
Sweetwater is not your average maple syrup festival.
Beyond the sugar shack tours, pancakes and taffy tasting, there is so much more to the weekend long festival including birds of prey demonstrations, live music from local artists, kids games & activities, woodcarving demos; and of course chickadee feeding!
- Adults: $10.00
- Children aged 4-17: $5.00
- 1 Pancake Breakfast: $5.00
Admission to Sweetwater Harvest Festival is cash only at the festival.
Purchase your tickets and pancake breakfast passes online below to save 10% and jump the lines to spend more time enjoying the festival!
So much to see, taste, and do indoors and out!
- All Day Pancake & Sausage Breakfast ($5)
- Maple Taffy Tasting
- Local Food and Artisan Vendors
- Kids Games & Animal Tattoos
- Chainsaw Wood Carving Demo
- Sugar Shack Tours
- Horse Drawn Carriage Rides
- Chickadee Feeding
- Live Music from talented local performers
- Meet the Creature & their Keeper - feautirng Birds of Prey and Reptiles
For more detailed information and our FAQ's such as parking, admission, what to wear, and pets please visit our Sweetwater Harvest Frequently Asked Questions page.
2019 Maple Market Vendors
Visit our outdoor market of local artisans and entrepreneurs!
For groups wishing to attend the Sweetwater Harvest Festival please contact our Education Coordinator at education(at)wyemarsh.com. Groups rates apply for groups with over 20 participants, and must be paid in advance. 705-526-7809.
Throughout the spring Wye Marsh offers a Sweetwater Harvest Program available to school and community groups.
Sweetwater Harvest Program
A truly Canadian experience, this seasonally limited program gives participants a firsthand look at maple syrup collection and production throughout the ages. Participants will have an opportunity to visit an active modern day sugar shack, bake bannock over an open fire, and listen to a First Nations legend of how maple syrup came to be, as well as engage their taste buds with a sweet and sugary drop of pure Canadian maple syrup.
For more information please contact our Education Coordinator at education(at)wyemarsh.com.