Sweet Water Season at Crawford Lake

01marAll Day31Sweet Water Season at Crawford Lake

Event Details

Starting Saturday, March 2 until April 7

The skill of maple sugar making was learned from Ontario’s First Nations who had been enjoying the tasty treat for generations before European contact. A trip to Crawford Lake will help you step back in time to learn how maple sugar would have been made in an Iroquoian Village over 600 years ago. Sweetwater demonstrations occur through out the day and conclude with a tasty morsel of cornbread soaked in maple syrup. Maple taffy on snow will also be available from 1 until 4 p.m. (weekends and March Break).

Crawford Lake Conservation Area is located at 3115 Conservation Road in Milton (at the corner of Guelph Line and Conservation Road (formerly Steeles Ave.), 15 km north of the QEW and 5 km south of the 401). For more information please call Crawford Lake at (905) 854-0234 or e-mail crawlake@hrca.on.ca.



march 1 (Saturday) - 31 (Monday)

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