An event every week that begins at 10:00am on Sunday, repeating until September 30, 2018
EVERY Sunday starting THIS Father’s Day June 17th, from 10am to 1pm Bass Lake Farms will be hosting our famous weekly Guided Edible Garden Tours and Farm Market!!!
RSVP for TOURS!
We recommend to RSVP (text/call 705 309 9669 or email email@example.com) in advance to reserve your ~30 minute long guided edible garden tour with our knowledgeable and friendly farmers. See our annual and perennial gardens, ask questions, take pictures and give your senses an experience they won’t forget! Tours leave every half hour or as needed (starting at 10, 1030, 11, 1130, 12, 1230). Extended farm tours can also be arranged for schools, small groups, photographers etc.. Discover hundreds of varieties of edible plants growing in their natural and cultivated environments. We will have available a surplus of produce ready to pick fresh on your demand, along with potted plants, seeds, arts/crafts, garden tips and more! All ages welcome, fun for the whole family!
CHECK this page regularly for a LISTING of Weekly Items and special events/attractions.
We invite and welcome a Pay What You Want offering for each garden tour, or a minimum purchase (~$10). We are also open to interesting plant/seed trades or other contributions. (Note: we can only at this thyme accept Cash, Check or E-Transfer)
SKIP THE TOUR and select your desired items ahead of time from our list of surplus items (posted on this event page) so we can have them ready for you at our farm market! We will also have a limited amount of harvested items on hand for those wishing just to stop in!
CONVENIENTLY LOCATED for Locals and Cottage Goers:
Bass Lake Farms is conveniently located at 2520 Bass Lake Side Road East, directly beside the Bass Lake Provincial Park and adjacent to the George Langman Wildlife Sanctuary. A short 4 minutes off of Highway 12, 7 minute detour off Highway 11 and a totally doable 7km bike ride from downtown Orillia.
Contact Farmer Jacob at 705 309 9669 (Call/Text) or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Sign up for our enewsletter – and learn more about our Local Fresh Food Box Program at www.basslakefarms.ca .
Thanks for reading and eating!
Peas in SOILidarity!
Bass Lake Farms