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Andrews’ Scenic Acres

With a scenic view, a beautiful picnic area, a large creative playground, a farm animal corral and free hayrides, a visit to Andrews’ Scenic Acres is a pleasurable family occasion. As a local destination, we have been enjoying community visitors since 1980. For over 37 years our number one attraction has been boarding the tractor drawn hay wagon, also known as the “Berry Bus”, and heading out to the pick-your-own fields.

Some of our most popular crops include rhubarb, strawberries, red and black raspberries, blueberries, and super sweet corn. Let’s also not forget about our amber raspberries, gooseberries and red and black currants. If you’re interested in something other than pick-your-own fruit, we have a beautiful selection of dahlias, gladiolas, and sunflowers available throughout the season. Once the fall season comes around, not only do we have pick-your-own large pumpkins, squash and gourds, but also a variety of fun filled attractions such as the haunted forest and straw mountain. All of our pick-our-own crops are also ready picked and available for your convenience in our farm market.

After a long day of picking you might want to cool down with a cone of our ice cream or frozen yogurt that is mixed with our farm fresh berries. Our famous BBQ also offers beef hotdogs, Oktoberfest sausages and veggie burgers on weekends. Starting late July and early August, we have the added option of hot super sweet buttered corn on the cob.

You may want to checkout some of our local treats inside of our on-site farmers market. We have, for example: maple syrup, jams and jellies and honey; as well as freshly baked pies, cookies and tarts. If you can’t make it out to the farm, be sure to check us out at the Downtown Milton Farmers Market every Saturday morning.

In 1999, our family opened the Scotch Block Winery where we make our own on-site fruit wines. We have over 25 different award winning fruit and grape wines. To date we have been awarded over 75 national fruit wine medals. If you’re visiting the farm maybe stop by for a free sample.

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Arbor Garden Centre and Nursery

On the nursery we grow everything from ornamental and native trees to perennials and shrubs.The sizes vary from whips to large caliper trees. Potted trees can be planted anytime as we use mostly eco-friendly biodegradable fibre pots . Farm grown trees will be balled and burlapped in the spring or fall.
Phone: 905-876-1395

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Best Western Plus Milton Inn

From the Mohawk Slots for the best gaming in the province to hiking on the nearby trails, there’s truly something for everyone and it’s just minutes away. Rest, relaxation and rejuvenation are key to a great trip, and even business travelers find time to squeeze in a little excitement. Whether you prefer incredible slot machines or getting back in touch with nature, whatever you have in mind is only a few minutes away.

Phone: 905-875-3818

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Blue Springs Scout Reserve

Blue Springs Scout Reserve is located at 14009 6th Line Nassagaweya, near Acton (Halton Hills), Ontario. Considered the “Hub of Ontario” Blue Springs is within easy driving distance to all that Southern Ontario has to offer. The camp has some 200 acres of natural hardwood and softwood forests, open fields, marshland, swamps and grasslands to explore. In addition, there are several buildings spread out over the camp that can be used as a training/convention centre as well as for group camping. Blue Springs is a four-season camp that has something of interest for all Scouting sections.

Phone: 519-853-2209

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Chudleigh’s Apple Farm Ltd.

For over three generations, we’ve been harvesting orchard-fresh nutritious fruit, baking signature products and providing memorable farm entertainment experiences for thousands of guests each year.
Phone: 905-878-2725

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Conservation Halton

Spanning (1000 Sq. Km) of land, 17 flowing creeks, approximately 26 km of Lake Ontario shoreline, extensive forest cover and 80 kilometres of Ontario’s Niagara Escarpment, our mandate is to create avenues for sustainable synergy between the natural world we live in and the 450,000 residents that make up the Halton watershed.
Phone: 905-336-1158

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Country Heritage Park

Milton’s interactive heritage site gives you the opportunity to discover the feel of total living over 180 years ago. Offering a variety of educational and experiential programming allows us to achieve our mission of preserving the history of rural life and agriculture in Ontario and showcase its evolution.
Phone: 905-878-8151

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Crawford’s Country Gardens

Crawfords is a seasonal, full-service garden centre, nursery, and greenhouse in Milton, Ontario that services the surrounding areas of Guelph, Oakville, Burlington, Halton, Georgetown, Mississauga and the GTA, offering a diverse selection of high quality plants. You can expect to find a variety of perennials, annuals, trees, shrubs, container gardens, hanging baskets, and all the gardening tools, decorations, supplies and accessories to complete your gardening projects
Phone: 905-878-0223

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Halton County Radial Railway

Come out to the Halton County Radial Railway for an experience you won’t forget. Your admission gives you access to display barns, railway station AND unlimited rides! Free parking is also available.
Phone: 1-519-856-9802

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Hornby Glen Golf Course Inc.

Nestled at the foot of Halton Hills, Hornby Glen Golf Course is a beautiful 18-hole public golf course that was built in 1964 upon the area’s distinct rolling terrains. With the perfect balance of tree-line holes, rolling terrain and challenging obstacles, the layout is gentle enough for beginners, but also provides an excellent way for more advanced golfers to work on their short game.
Phone: 905-878-3421

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Jade Gardens & Greenhouses

Jade Gardens and Greenhouses is a local family owned and operated greenhouse and garden centre, serving the Oakville, Mississauga, Milton and Georgetown areas. We have been growing quality plants from our Trafalgar Road location since 1960. The staff at Jade Gardens take pride in their abundance of flora and fauna, and invite you to come and take a look.
Phone: 905-878-0722

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Landscape Ontario

Started in 1973, Landscape Ontario Horticultural Trades Association (LOHTA) is a vibrant association representing over 2000 horticultural professionals. Our members include landscape, maintenance and snow management contractors, landscape designers, lawn care operators, garden centre owners, arborists, nursery growers, interior landscapers, and irrigation and landscape lighting contractors.
Phone: 905-875-1805

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Mattamy National Cycling Centre

The Mattamy National Cycling Centre is the only velodrome of its kind in Canada, and only the second in North America that meets top international standards. It serves as both a community recreation facility and a venue for provincial, national and international events. The Centre is being managed by experienced staff to ensure that it is a leading event facility that will attract significant sports tourism activity to Milton.

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Milton Downtown B.I.A.

We invite you to explore all there is to do around Downtown Milton! Historical charm, small-town character and natural beauty combine to make Downtown Milton a destination for all to enjoy.

For a full listing shops, restaurants and all there is to do in Downtown Milton,
please visit:
Phone: 905-876-2773

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Milton Farmers’ Market

The Milton Farmers’ Market, operated by the Milton Chamber of Commerce, brings farm-fresh goodness and old-fashioned hospitality to Main Street in downtown Milton. On Saturday mornings, Main Street (between James Street and Martin Street) is closed down and reserved for our 40 plus market vendors and the 1000-1500 market visitors who shop at the market every week.

2016 Operating dates: May 14, 2016 to Oct. 8, 2016
Phone: 905-878-0581

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Milton Heights Campground

Located in the GTA Milton Heights is open year-round and available for both seasonal (winter OR summer) and transient stay. On our park we have basic sites, water and electric (15 amp), and full service (30 and 50 amp). Our winter camping is available seasonally for adults only and only for full-service sites. We are central to many popular cities and attractions for those looking to visit Toronto, Niagara Falls, and surrounding areas. We are a family-oriented campground located about 40 km (25 mi) west of Downtown Toronto, and just off of Highway 401. Located on each site is a firepit and a picnic table for your convienence.
Phone: 905-878-6781

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Milton Mall

At Milton Mall, we believe that when Miltonians support local businesses, we all benefit. With over 55 stores and services, we offer a convenient shopping location for everyday essentials, without having to leave town. And, as your community mall, we’re pleased to offer a wide range of special events and play host to many community groups.
Phone: 905-878-3900

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Ontario Steam & Antique Preservers’ Association
Phone: 416-884-0578
The Ontario Steam & Antique Preservers Association (OSAPA) aims to advance the knowledge, appreciation & interest in rural antiques & our agricultural heritage. This is accomplished through the preservation, restoration & renovation of articles, vehicles, machinery & power equipment of antiquity.

Steam-Era is the annual Labour Day Weekend exhibition presented by the Ontario Steam & Antique Preservers Association. For the public’s education & enjoyment, our members exhibit & demonstrate their collections of equipment, models, cars & trucks, along with crafts, entertainment, vendors & other displays pertaining to our rural agricultural heritage.

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Scotch Block Winery

Scotch Block is one of Halton’s best kept secrets. Those who visit our 10th Sideroad Winery will be treated to a sampling of wonderful wines, ranging from dry fruit and grape wines, to ice and dessert wines. The name “Scotch Block Winery” was chosen as a tribute to the Scottish settlers who in 1820 were the first European immigrants to survey and settle in Esquesing Township, Halton County.
Phone: (905) 878-5807

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Springridge Farm

Fun Farm Yard, Gift Shop and Bakery Cafe.
At Springridge our Fun Farm Yard is a safe, educational and fun area for families to explore and play. The Fun Farm Yard experience includes a tractor drawn Wagon Ride. Enjoy the view from the Niagara Escarpment and learn about the farm and the land around us. From April-October, weekend pony rides are available for an additional $5 per ride. Maximum weight 80lbs.
There is no charge to enter the Springridge Farm Gift Shop, Bakery and Cafe. The admission charge only applies for visiting the The Fun Farm Yard.
Phone: 905-878-4908

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Stonehaven Farms

Nestled in a picturesque pocket of the Niagara Escarpment in Campbellville, Ontario, Stonehaven Farms originated in Clarkson, Ontario, in 1904, where William D. Trenwith grew fresh produce and vegetables for local outlets.
*Mid June – Mid July, Mon-Sat 9-5 Sun 10-5 (last entry 4 p.m.), Strawberry PYO

*late Sept-end Oct., Sat 9-5, Sun 10-5( last entry 4 p.m.), Pumpkin PYO

*late Sept-end Oct., Sat 9-5, Sun 10-5( last entry 4 p.m.) & night adventures by pre-booking, Giant Corn Maze
Phone: 905-878-1870

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Terra Greenhouses

We operate five acres of state-of-the-art production facilities and employ some of the newest
techniques in water and resource management. A team of dedicated professionals over 30 strong
produce the quality plant material that TERRA customers have come to depend on to enhance their outdoor spaces.
Phone: 905-876-4000

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The Stonehouse of Campbellville

We are a retail store located in Campbellville, Ontario, and we have been selling antique leaded stained glass windows from England for over 30 years that we import yearly to our shop
Phone: 905-854-2152

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Toronto West KOA Campground

Make our campground your base camp for exploring the local outdoor attractions of our surrounding area, as well as the city of Toronto, one of the most diverse and hospitable cities in the world!

Enjoy onsite amenities including a solar heated pool, playgrounds, mining adventure, camping kitchen, general store, outdoor amphitheater, recreational activities, theme weekends and more. With a friendly staff that goes above and beyond to make your stay is comfortable, fun and enjoyable, the Toronto West KOA is sure to become a family favorite!
Phone: 905-854-2495

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White Rock Ostrich Farm

White Rock ostrich Farm opens Victoria Day Weekend for Hay wagon Tours to see the ostrich and the Barbecue will be available on weekends for a delicious ostrich burger.
May 21- 10am – 5pm, tours stop at 4 pm
May 22- Noon – 5 pm, tours stop at 4 pm
May 23- Noon to 4 pm, tours stop at 3 pm

Please visit our website for summer hours!

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