Tour the Farm
Maple Hill Urban Farm welcomes individuals, families and school groups of all ages for a tour of the property. We can accommodate any size group and will tailor tours to suit the corresponding age level and interests. Our school tours are 1 to 2 hours long and all include introduction to our farm animals with egg picking and milking, a hay-wagon tractor ride and a field walk.
Upcoming events 2017
- August – September 2017 – Goat Yoga
Come out to the farm for a 1 hour yoga class with our nine goats. Test your concentration and find your balance between work and play. Lots of selfies included. Goat Yoga classes running until September outside. From October onwards small classes will be held in a heated room in the barn (max. 15 persons). Please contact us directly for bookings using the email address firstname.lastname@example.org
- September – October 2017 – Walk the Lalpaca (cross between llama and alpca)
If you want to do something really different, then come take a walk with a pack of friendly lalpacas along a lovely, peaceful trail at Maple Hill Urban Farm in Ottawa. Meet every lalpaca in the pack as you take turns switching animals until you’ve walked all four of our fascinating, personality-packed creatures. Ticket is $30 and good for up to 4 people. Extra adult/children $5 with sharing a lalpaca (currently there are only four at the farm). Please contact us directly for personlized bookings using the email address email@example.com
- September – October 2017 – Corn Maze
Take a break from life in the city and prepare for an adventure in the maze! Get inside the 10 acre labyrinth, but don’t expect to get out any time soon. More information here.
- September – October 2017 – Field Trips for schools
Maple Hill Urban Farm is located in Ottawa’s Greenbelt. Every year in the fall, we offer field trips for a wide range of young audiences. Field trips provide an opportunity for children to learn first hand about a working farm and to discuss important social as well as ecological aspects of food production and animal husbandry in our area.
Our field trips consist of a brief introduction to the farm, followed by education stations throughout the 167-acre property plus a corn maze adventure walk where the children explore their way through the many twists and turns of the 10-acre labyrinth. 10 check points that feature previously arranged questions need to be found. Contact us for topics of the education program and prices.
Phone calls are the easiest way to contact us with any questions regarding our events. Call us at 613-828-2987.