Be sure to visit Alvin Martin of Misty Meadows Country Market in Conn. Alvin, who came up with the idea of the Horse and Buggy Trail in 2009, is happy to see the Trail finally open and
welcomes everyone to visit the farms and other
businesses on the Trail.
Open year round, the Trail follows the scenic back
roads of Southgate. Visit the tidy farmsteads where you are welcome to browse for local food, maple syrup, eggs, flowers, baking, and preserves galore plus two local butchers, an authentic general store, a baker, furniture makers and even a buggy shop and old feed mill!
Take your time; cycle, drive or book a buggy ride
Antiques and collectibles for your browsing pleasure.
A family run greenhouse and market garden just east of Arthur. In the spring, greenhouses are overflowing with annuals and perennials. The yard boasts a good selection of trees and shrubs. Free run chickens supply the eggs!
Everything is just ducky at Kountryroad Farm.
The Mount Forest Museum and Archives is a safe haven for our past. It has interesting displays and helpful volunteers to find information that you may be seeking.
Fresh and frozen pork and beef, processed products, smoked products, summer sausage, pepperettes, boxed meats, and venison processing.
,Part of the Horse and Buggy Trail, at Riverside Maples members of the Lester Wideman family will explain the wood fired evaporator which produces tasty maple syrup. You will also see the machine and hear how they make maple butter. The storefront cabinet sports syrup containers of all sizes plus a variety of handmade kitchen accessories.
Mount Forest Greenhouses is a family owned nursery that has been part of the Mount Forest community for over 30 years.
Manufacturing facility which distributes compost, mulch, manure and top soil for garden use. Add life and colour to your property with fine soil products and mulches from All Treat Farms