My wonderful aunt and uncle recently visited Lanark Country, the “Maple Syrup Capital” of Ontario. They had an amazing time at Wheelers, which offers a year-round maple syrup experience. Maple syrup production has wrapped up for the year but fresh maple syrup is always for sale and the delicious pancake house is open seven days a week. At Wheelers Pancake House, a entire bottle of maple syrup arrives the table even when you only order one enormous pancake for $3.75.
My family knows I can’t resist a good food pic so they snapped their yummy fluffy giant pancake and sent it along. Wheelers Maple Products and Sugar Camp is owned and operated by the Wheeler family. Vernon Wheeler (who started working in a sugar bush at age six) holds the Guinness World Record for the ‘largest collection of maple syrup production artifacts’. Wheelers Maple Products, Pancake House and Sugar Bush is located at 1001 Highland Line, Lanark Highlands (McDonalds Corners) in eastern Ontario. It is open year-round, seven days a week from 9am to 3pm.
2 responses to “Wheelers Pancake House in Lanark County”
A trip back in the fall would be beautiful! And they have snowshoeing in the winter.
Taking kids to see Maple Syrup being made is a great adventure.