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Leisure Farms Berry Grower

Phone : (705) 753-0109
Fax : (705) 753-1114
E-Mail : Click Here to E-Mail us
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Your Host(s) : DesChatelets, Mike and Diane

Sturgeon Falls, ON (Nearby: Cache Bay, Garden Village, Crystal Falls, Field, Verner)

  • Strawberry picking
  • pumpkin
  • marshmallow roasting
  • picnic in the bush

744 Quesnel Road
Sturgeon Falls, Ontario
P2B 2W3

Ontario Tourism Region : Northeastern Ontario

educational program for school tours Open for Sunday Shopping can accommodate tour groups snack foods, light lunches, banquet facilities, etc. rides, play areas, mazes, animals, puppets, festivals, live entertainment, etc. pies, tarts, bread, cookies, muffins, donuts, etc. school tours, birthdays, reunions, weddings, corporate functions, etc.

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Tour Group Person Limit: 100

Driving Directions:
  • In Sturgeon Falls, take Nipissing St. south. Turn west on Quesnel Road. and go 2 km. Follow signs.

Business Hours:
  • Monday to Saturday - 9:00 am to 7:00 pm Sunday 9am to 5pm

Description From Owner:
  • Book your school tour for September and october.
  • Bakery (bread ,pies, muffins, cookies, homemade jams etc...)
  • Corn now available - Picked daily
  • Strawberries, raspberries
  • Fresh vegetables cucumbers, beans, potatoes.
  • . Great for family outing..

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Kelly R on 22-Nov-20
Cute farm.......lots and lots of pumpkins (wide assortment of colours and sizes). Veggies and bakery products inside. They still have late harvest strawberries. They also have everything you need to do an Autumn porch......straw bales, cornstalks, etc.

Kelly R on 06-Oct-20
Cute farm.......lots and lots of pumpkins (wide assortment of colours and sizes). Veggies and bakery products inside. They still have late harvest strawberries. They also have everything you need to do an Autumn porch......straw bales, cornstalks, etc

Cara Smetana on 07-Oct-19
We visited Leisure Farms for the first time yesterday (2 adults & 4 children ages 11, 8, 7, 9 months) and we all had a great time! The kids enjoyed the maze, the bouncy ball, the haunted barn, the wagon ride, the straw bales and the tubes, the hot chocolate/cookie and pumpkin decoration station and especially the pumpkin cannon! The hot dog and marshmallow set up after the wagon ride was a wonderful surprise. It was easy to get around with the stroller. All in all it was a great afternoon and we will definitely go back next year.

Tiffany on 12-Jul-12
After a couple years of my mom describing the pumpkin patch we finally made it out. What a Farm!! to my surprise, we got to ride on a wagon pulled by a tractor out to the patches, we picked four baskets of strawberries and 2 baskets of raspberries. My children and I had such a great day picking and spending time together. Now it wasn't just a day filled with picking berries, but they also have a fresh bakery with cinnamon buns, cookies and yummy things. My kids even got a free Mr. Freezie. Where can you go anymore where you get anything for free? They also have a large park for the kids to burn that extra bit of enery, a very clean washroom facility and wonderful friendly staff!! now with all that in mind, it wasn't even expensive i can't remember exactly how much per pound but it was definatly cheaper than we are used to. What a great day. We will be returning in October for the Pumpkin Patch. Even if it is a four hour drive. Thanks mom, you were right.

Lucie on 11-Oct-11
Wow the Leisure Farm was a fun filled family day. My two year old had so much fun and we intend to go back next year. I am spreading the word at work for those who never went. I am telling them that it is fantastic for kids of all ages.

Michelle on 21-Jul-11
My children LOVE Leisure farms! It is a traditional twice a year stop, once for the wagon ride and strawberry picking in the summer and second trip is Thanksgiving weekend for the pumpkin patch and corn maze! This is a great place to pack a lunch and spend an afternoon :)

Tiffany on 09-Oct-10
My children have been going to Leisure Farms with their school for years! They always enjoy the field trip and come home with wonderful memories. The prices are very reasonable (especially for a family of 6!)There are things that interest all of our kids from the ages of 3 to 12! Our family tradition is to visit Leisure Frams every year! It's weel worth the drive!

Debrah on 14-Sep-10
When i first heard about this place, i thought to myself i know the perfect little person that would love this place,and her name is hannah she is my 3 year old neice,and i was right,from the second we got out of the car,she began to clap,she saw the pumkins,and had the biggest smile on her face,from,selecting her own pumpkin to painting them,to the hay ride,hot chocolate and roasting the marshmellows and hotdogs,this truly was a wonderful day for all of us,this will definitly be a yearly tradition,im so happy i found out about this place,here we are in september and hannah is already asking about going to the pumkin patch,thank you to all the staff for making this a great experience for my neice and my family...we will be back this year and every year...sincerly debrah from sudbury,ontario.

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