Maplewood Farm is open year-round from 10am to 4pm Tuesday through Sunday, and 7 days per week from April until October. We’re also open on statutory holidays with the exception of Christmas day.
Prices (includes tax)
|Adults 17 – 54 years||
|Children 19 mths – 16 years
sleeping or awake
|Children 18 month & under||
|Seniors 55 years & up||
|Yearly family membership||
Special event admission rates are as follows:
$9.90 per adult
Maplewood Farm accepts cash, Visa, MasterCard, Interac, Amex, jbc and cheque.
Reservations are accepted for group visitations for 15 up to 200 people in various time slots. Keep in mind when booking that the hand milking demonstration takes place daily at 1:15 pm. Please indicate your desire to see the milking demonstration when making your reservation. While we cannot offer guided tours we do offer 5 minute farm orientations to groups of 15 or more. We prefer the following ratios for student supervision when visiting the Farm.
Elementary (K – 7) 6:1
Special Offer for off-season groups visits for school groups (15 or more)
September through all of March we offer a 10% discount for school group visits booked and taken during this “shoulder season”. Such a deal!- Not valid for birthday party bookings.
What if it rains?
We all know it seldom rains in North Vancouver. When it does Maplewood is open and Fun. We have umbrellas to lend and the pathways drain fairly well (wear boots anyway) and there is always the Greenhouse, Rabbitat, Livestock Barn and Picnic Shelter to hide out in. When it rains, the Goats can be found in Hill Paddock out behind the barn under a shed roof. Don’t forget, it’s dry inside the Gift Shop, too!
Come on in and enjoy farming in the rain!
Important information for parents about Maplewood Farm
The Farm offers a unique field trip opportunity for all sorts of people who love animals and want to learn more about them. Thousands of people from Pre-Schools, Day Care Centres and Elementary Schools have found a trip to Maplewood Farm to be both fun and rewarding. Remember though that the Farm is also a working farm, complete with the miracle of new life and the potential hazards of large animals and working equipment.
In order to maintain the good health of you and your children, it is most important to be washing hands with soap and water frequently. The Farm provides excellent hand washing facilities. Monitor child behaviour and be sure hands are kept away from their faces and mouths.