Fulton’s Pancake House and Sugar Bush

Fulton’s Pancake House and Sugar Bush

Fulton’s Pancake House and Sugar Bush is one hour west of Parliament Hill but sooo worth the trip!! Got a car? Head out to this four-season destination!

Tasty maple syrup and pancakes--a Canadian tradition

Tasty maple syrup and pancakes–a Canadian tradition!!


Next spring season starts: February 15 – April 20, 2014

Why visit Fulton’s Pancake House and Sugar Bush?

  1. They have maple syrup!!! Year-round!!!
  2. They have the Maple Gift Shoppe & Restaurant with maple syrup, maple sugar, maple butter, maple taffy, and maple sugar candy, not to mention maple gourmet food products! (Please note: the restaurant is now closed to the general public until next spring season.
  3. Do you love maple syrup so much, you’d take a bath in it? Well, now they have a maple bath & body care line that allows you to indulge!
  4. It’s a great way to spend the day outdoors: nature trails, horse-drawn rides, trail games, playground and educational tours.
  5. Did I mention the pancakes and maple syrup??


Fulton’s Pancake House and Sugar Bush is located in Pakenham (eastern Ontario) at #291 Concession 6 Road.

  • Head out west on Highway 417 for about 50 km
  • Take exit 169 for Regional Road 20/Kinburn Side Road toward Chemin de Traverse/Pakenham/Kinburn
  • Turn left at Kinburn Side Road/Regional Road 20.. follow Kinburn Side Road
  • Turn left at Kinburn Side Road/County Road 20
  • Turn left at Regional Road 29
  • Turn right at Cedar Hill Side Road (you’ll see signs for the Fulton’s Pancake House)
  • Turn left at Concession Road 6 and follow to #291


The Fulton family is now in it’s sixth generation of maple sugar farming in Cedar Hill. The Fulton brothers emigrated to Canada from Scotland in the 1840’s. It is assumed that they learned the art of maple syrup making from other settlers and the aboriginal people.

In the 1960’s, Leonard Fulton (3rd generation) built the first pancake house to serve light refreshments to visitors.


The sugarbush is 400 acres of mixed forest (mostly sugar maple trees), a 120-seat restaurant, gift shoppe, maple sugar production facility and main office. In 1985, the family decided to focus exclusively on maple trees.

The Fulton Pancake House and Sugar Bush has grown from a small personal production sugar camp to the four season destination that it is today. Group tours, corporate retreats & camps, banquets, forest membership programs, and the traditional spring maple syrup season bring many visitors from all over the world.


Open Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. and by appointment or by chance on other days. (Call 613.256.3867).

Their Maple Shoppe is also on-line!! With categories like pure maple syrup, maple butter, maple sugar, gourmet homemade items, spices, maple candy, giftware, gift baskets, event favours, books, spa items and beverages.

Of worthy note: their Maple Luscious Bath & Body Products available on-line and in their Maple Shoppe for between $6 – $30. Their product line includes Maple Lip Balm, Maple Body Butter, Maple Body Lotion, Maple Shea Butter, Maple Sugar Scrub, and Maple Milk Bath. Pamper yourself–Canadian style!


Fulton’s Pancake House and Sugar Bush
#291, 6th Concession Road
R.R. #1, Pakenham, Ontario K0A 2X0


Did you know …

  • it takes about 30 – 40 L of sap to produce 1 L of maple syrup
  • maple sap is 97% water and approximately 3% sugar
  • maple syrup contains 10% calcium–equal to that in milk
  • maple syrup is low in sodium, cholesterol-free, and fat-free
  • maple syrup has 40 calories per tablespoon
  • sugar maple trees have to be at least 40 years old or 10 inches in diameter before you can tap them without causing damage
  • new holes can be drilled each year, but should be 4 inches away from previous holes
  • there are 4 grades of maple syrup: extra light, light, medium and amber…these grades are determined by Mother Nature

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