Maple at the Village

Celebrate the charm of maple syrup season, as the Village buzzes with the energy of early spring.

Discover the old-fashioned skills needed to take this sweet treat all the way from tree to table.

Our costumed educators will “spile” the beans on maple’s magic, and teach you the backwoods skills necessary for adventures in the sugarbush.

costumed educator at Black Creek Pioneer Village demonstrates technique for tapping maple trees to yield sap
costumed educator at Black Creek Pioneer Village brings kettle to boil over fire to make maple syrup
young visitor to Black Creek Pioneer Village discovers traditional technique for producing maple syrup

Join in all manner of maple merriment, including sappy stories by a roaring fire. Acquire new skills to take on your next trek into the sugarbush, and learn the secrets of collecting sugar-maple sap.

Enjoy the story of Canada’s favorite sweetener at the Marvelous Maple Show, and hunt for the lost pieces of Granny Smith’s secret maple recipe.

costumed educator at Black Creek Pioneer Village traditional technique for making maple syrup

Event Information

March 14 to 18, 2022

11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Counter service for sandwiches, beverages, and treats available in the Half Way House restaurant

Adult: $22.00 + HST
Child (ages 3 to 14): $18.00 + HST

Adult: $16.50 + HST
Child (ages 3 to 14): $13.50 + HST per child

PLEASE NOTE: Entry is by purchased ticket only. We invite MAP and other pass holders to visit the Village for a self-guided visit beginning April 23, 2022.


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When you visit Black Creek Pioneer Village, we want you to have a great time and feel safe.

Stringent visitor protocols, including advance reservations, cashless payments, masks/face coverings, physical distancing requirements, health screenings, and hand sanitization stations remain in effect until further notice.

Thank you for your continued support to proactively protect staff and members of the public from the potential risk of contracting COVID-19.