Sugar Bush Trek Update:

At this time, we are working hard at altering our Sugar Bush to comply with the ever-changing government regulations. March is Maple season, however, when we start will depend on what colour zone the Niagara Region is in. We will post updates over the next couple of weeks, so please be sure to check back here, on our Facebook page or Instagram account. Thank you very much for your patience and we hope to see you all soon (safely, of course).

Cozy up with something sweet.


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Maple Mornings

Find everything you need for a classic Canadian breakfast.

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Staying Home

Looking for something to sweeten your night in? We’ve got just the thing…

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Health Conscious Cooking

Feel better about using the goodness of pure, unrefined sugar.

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The Four Flavours of Maple Syrup

One syrup doesn’t fit all. Experience the four flavours of Pure Maple Syrup from delicate to strong.

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Delicate Taste.


Rich Taste.


Robust Taste.

Very Dark

Strong Taste.

Our Farm


Beautiful farm, friendly people, and some of the best maple syrup I’ve ever tasted. This is a must visit if in the area!

Tarren Tate

First time visiting White Meadows Farms and very happy we did. Staff very knowledgeable. We found the Sugar Bush Trek not only informative but a great experience walking through history. Definitely going to bring my kids out next year!

Josephine Sabouney

My husband and I made the trip to Niagara Falls and absolutely fell in love with the shop at Fallsview Casino Resort. My husband is addicted to the maple syrup taffy that he made…two days in a row! I’m looking forward to using the salad dressing for lunch tomorrow! We will be returning Memorial DayRead more ⟶

Erica Panella

Wonderful way to see and learn how maple syrup is made. And a great tasting. Who knew that there was more then one type of syrup?

Tracy Kincaid