Rideau Heritage Route Travel Guide 2008-2009 - English - (Page 12)

“Come sample the sweet flavours of the Rideau” Maple Syrup Experiences The “Maple Capital of Ontario” is right here along Rideau in Lanark County. Groups and individual travelers can sample and watch the product in the making during February to March. Visitors are also welcome year round for tours and delicious maple meals. Maple, Cheese, Sweet Stuff Flavours of the Rideau Maple Coutts Maple Products Maple sugar bush, Rideau Ferry 613-267-0277 613-256-3867 613-821-2751 613-278-2430 613-278-2090 613-267-4492 613-272-2107 613-386-7314 613-241-1230 613-387-3171 613-283-3300 866-928-2999 Fulton’s Maple sugar bush, Lanark County Stanley’s Olde Maple Lane Farm Maple sugar bush & farm, Ottawa Temple’s Sugar Bush Maple sugar bush, Lanark County Wheelers Maple Products Maple sugar bush & museum, Perth Cheese Factories Balderson Village Cheese Located 7km North of Perth since 1881 Forfar Dairy Located in Forfar since 1863 Wilton Cheese Odessa (12km Northwest of Kingston) Sweet Stuff Beaver Tails Traditional Canadian pastry, Byward Market, Ottawa Green Barn Honey Honey, candles & skin creams, Seeley’s Bay Hershey Chocolate Shoppe & Visitor Centre Smiths Falls Sweet’s Corners Bee Co. Honey, candles & lip balms, Lyndhurst 12

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Rideau Heritage Route Travel Guide 2008-2009 - English

Rideau Heritage Route Travel Guide 2008-2009 - English
Table of Contents
Life by the Water
Story of a Nation
History of the Canal
History Comes Alive
Historic Plaques
Tours of the Rideau
Colours & Flavours Along the Rideau
Visual Art Experiences and Shopping
Fall Colours
Maple Syrup Experiences
Flavours of the Rideau
Celebrations and Diversions
Recurring Events
Featured Events By Season
Celebrate Canada Day
Outdoor and Recreation
Golfing Along the Rideau
Overnight Mooring
Additional Recreation
Ontario Provincial Parks
A Day in the Countryside
Heritage Walking Tours
Paddling Routes
Cycling Routes
Hiking Trails
Driving Tours
Our Rideau Communities
RHRTA Partnerships

Rideau Heritage Route Travel Guide 2008-2009 - English