We’ve put together some of the most frequently asked questions about Robintide Farms. We’re proud of what we do. If you have any other questions about what we do on our farm, don’t hesitate to contact us.
Frequently asked questions
Please ensure that you are dressed for the weather, wearing comfortable footwear and bring a reusable water bottle. We encourage you to bring your own solid containers (no bags) for berry picking!
Yes we have a porta potty located on the parking lot near the main tent.
Ontario grown strawberries are at their peak from mid-June to mid-July.
Ontario grown raspberries are ripe and ready from mid-July to end of July.
Our pumpkin patch is ready for visitors from late September to late October.
In the summer Robintide Farms offers pick-your-own strawberries, raspberries, vegetables and flowers as well as a sunflower maze and farm shop. In the fall you can enjoy our farm shop and pumpkin patch which includes pick-your-own pumpkins, corn maze, farm games and photo booths.
There is an admission fee to access our Sunflower walk, pick-your-own flower field and pumpkin patch/corn maze.
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*last entrance to the field is 30 min before closing.
2720 King-Vaughan Road Maple ON L6A 2A9
No pets are permitted. Of course, we are pleased to accommodate “service animals”, within the meaning of Ontario Regulation 191/11 under Ontario’s Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005
We aren’t organic but do follow an integrated pest management program where a scout comes out to our fields every two weeks and gives us recommendations on what to do for the crop so we are not putting anything on them that is unnecessary.
Yes, our strawberries are GMO free.
We accept debit cards (preferred) or cash.