Treewalk Village Open During Maple Syrup Festival




Treewalk Village and Discovery Courses will be open at the Stouffville park starting on March 9, during the Bruce’s Mill Conservation Area  Maple Syrup Festival.

Come and spend a full day playing in the trees and learning about maple syrup production. Climb from tree house to tree house through 8-foot tall hammock nets and wood bridges! Descend to the ground on slides, crawl through a network of tunnels, and play on the treewee obstacle course

No reservations are required however they are strongly recommended during March Break. (Schools and other large groups, need to call ahead to reserve a specific time: 844-369-0009 )

General Public Dates/ Times:

Weekends from March 9 – April 7, 2019 from 10:00am to 4:00pm

March Break Weekdays from March 11 to 15 from 10:00am to 4:00pm

Additional School Group Dates/Times:

March 27 & 28, and April 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, & 11, 2019.

Activity Pricing During Maple Syrup Festival:
*All guest must also pay the  festival entrance fee at the front gate. Get info at: www.maplesyrupfest.com/bruces-mill/.

1-hour Treewalk Village Visit*:

Ages 0-2: No charge
Ages 3-17: $10
Ages 18+: $5

1-hour Discovery Course*:

Ages 5+: $15.26

School rates available upon request.

Find out more at: www.treetoptrekking.com/parks/treewalk-village.

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