Spring Tonic Maple Syrup Festival

The Spring Tonic Maple Syrup Festival at the Tiffin Conservation Area is a tradition spanning more than three decades.

Visitors will take a trip back in time to explore how maple syrup was made in the past. After that, they will return to current times and see how maple syrup is made today! End your tour with a pancake and sausage breakfast with fresh maple syrup. Prices for most activities are included in the admission fees. Tiffin Maple Syrup will be available for sale on-site in limited quantities. All proceeds go towards the Rotary’s community initiatives and the maintenance of NVCA’s conservation areas.

Events include:
Enjoy a delicious pancake and sausage breakfast with fresh maple syrup.
Learn about exotic animals at the Zoo to You animal show. You can pet them too!
Watch dog agility demonstrations from Red Barn Events.
Take a tractor-wagon ride through our forest.
Dance to live music performed by Rob Watts
Create buttons and crafts in the Education Centre.
Say hello to local firefighters, paramedics and Ontario Conservation Officers.
Polish your outdoor skills with cadets.
Build your own bird box to take home or buy a premium one built by our staff and volunteers.
Stock up on maple syrup products (maple syrup made at Tiffin is available in limited quantities).
Hike through Tiffin Conservation Area’s scenic trails.
Learn how to tap a tree with Tiffin’s Environmental Educators.
Walk through our sugar shack to learn how maple syrup is made.