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We went here as part of a coach group. I loved the forest and the activities. The food looked good but owing to my pork allergy I had very little I could eat. The soup was lovely as was the pancakes.
Definitely worth stopping.
What fun. You are taken on a journey of discovery into the world of maple syrup from the sap in the maple tree forests to tucking into a hearty breakfast suitably coated with generous amounts of maple syrup. There is a small gift shop where...More
We made the mistake of stopping here in July and it was a ghost town. I should have done better homework. Even though you can book the lunch, there's no entertainment, tour, etc. I hope to return during the Fall someday.
Had a great time enjoying the activities and food at this sugar shack during Maple syrup sugaring off season. Make a reservation ahead of time on-line. Enjoyed all you can eat traditional Québécois fare - pea soup, bread, ham, potatoes, beans, pork rinds, pancakes with...More
This was an additional event on our coach tour and we came for breakfast. Following a short talk and look around the Shack we had an endless breakfast. Served to tables of about 12 we helped ourselves to the traditional Canadian breakfast items, toast, Ham,...More
As part of a Conference, we visited the Sugar Shack on the Chemin de Roy. Tucked away in the maple forest from which the nectar is harvested is one of the original maple syrup factories. The tour/talk takes you through the working practices and explains...More
I went to this maple sugar house with a group, we had breakfast and "tour" and it was just OK. One woman does the talking, serves the breakfast and is the cashier at the gift shop. The tour was a big disappointment....there was no tour,...More
The food was okay (typical sugar shack food) but we were packed in like sardines. Dining room was overcrowded and cetain foods, like bacon, there were not enough for everybody at the table and the service was real slow. There was a nice ride available...More
Call ahead to make reservations and discuss what you would like to do and see. Depending on the number in your group and the season, you may not get everything you need. This is family run so be persistent with your calls if you can't...More