Andrew’s Scenic Acres & Scotch Block Winery
Andrew’s Scenic Acres & Scotch Block Winery is located on 10th Sideroad in Milton at Andrews Scenic Acres farm. It is nestled in an area that is commonly known as the Scotch Block due to the original Scottish settlement of Halton Region in the 1800s. Rich, fertile, rolling farmland overlooks the beautiful Niagara Escarpment. Visit and sample an array of award-winning wines made on the property, including dry fruit, grape, ice and dessert wines. Andrews Scenic Acres became the first farm winery in the region in 1999. The farm is open year round, hours of operation vary according to the season.
There is so much to do at Springridge Farm! Stop in to buy baked goods, preserves, cider, fruits, vegetables and flowers or bring the kids for a play day. The Fun Farm Yard is filled with climbers, a sandbox, corn trails, an antique tractor and farm animals. Good things grow in Ontario! Families will also enjoy a tractor-drawn wagon ride and pony rides to view the Niagara Escarpment and learn about the farm. Open daily 9 -5 from April until Christmas. Only a 15 minute drive from Mohawk Inn.
Stonehaven Farms originated in Clarkson Ontario, growing fresh produce for local outlets in the area. In 1957, the farm in Campbellville was opened and continues to be one of the largest local suppliers of wholesome, fresh strawberries to grocery chains and farmers markets. Visit the farm for a full country experience and enjoy picking your own berries, taking a wagon ride tour, getting lost in the corn maze or letting the kids loose in the Kids Zone. Be sure to grab some fresh pies before you leave!
Country Heritage Park
Located in nearby Milton on an 80-acre site with more than 30 exhibit buildings and 20,000 artifacts, Country Heritage Park is an interactive historical park depicting agricultural and rural life over the last 150 years. Nestled in the shadow of the Niagara Escarpment, CHP offers educational programs for school children, special events, attractions, tour group programs, day camps, historical interpretation of exhibits, an outstanding collection of antique tractors, steam engines, farm equipment and rural life artifacts. Open weekends in July and August for drop-in visitors. Check calendar for year-round festivals and special events!
Chudleigh’s Farm is open seven days a week from July to October, including holidays! The farm has been in the Chudleigh family for three generations and features a Children’s Entertainment Area which includes a climbing area with 4 slides, 2 towers and a bridge, straw maze, ‘retired tractors,’ horse-tire swings, a sand pit, tractor wagon rides, friendly farm animals, and pony rides each day from 11 am to 4 pm (weather permitting). Have a picnic with the family, or lunch at the licensed Waterfall dining area. Make sure to visit Chudleigh’s renowned pie shop, and come mid-August to pick your own apples.
White Rock Ostrich Farm
Visit a real working Ostrich Farm, just 14 minutes drive from our campground. White Rock Ostrich Farm is fun for kids and adults alike. You can even feed the ostriches for $2! Go for a tour on the wagon ride, try an ostrich burger in the picnic area, and get an ice cream at the gift shop. On your educational tour you can view young ostrich chicks and say hello to the Rednecks, Bluenecks & African Black adult ostriches. Tour guides are right there to answer all of your questions and make sure you know everything there is to know about ostriches.
Five Star Ranch
Feel like hitting some trails? Get your cowboy hat and giddy up! Offering trail rides, Western horse-riding lessons and mini clinics. Five Star Ranch will gladly get you back to nature. Open Tuesdays through Sunday, 10am-5pm year round.
Terre Bleu Lavender Farm
The perfect family-friendly day trip, Terre Bleu Lavender Farm is located on the edge of wine country. They feature sustainable, organically grown products harvested from their farm. You can tour 6 spectacular varieties of lavender fields, watch essential oils being distilled, and visit the farms apiary where you’ll learn how they make honey, as well as the sugar shack where maple syrup is made. You can even take an organic cooking class, make wreaths, get a massage by the lavender fields, or take a sleigh ride in the winter!