If you hear your tummy starting to rumble or you need to quench your thirst, there are a few sit down and take away options to choose from as you wander the Maple Run Tour route.

Sit Down Meals (Village of Pakenham)

The following sit down eateries, located in the Village of Pakenham, welcome you to enjoy their comfortable atmosphere and ‘fill up your tank’  before rejoining the tour.

Centennial Restaurant – 2536 County Road 29 (613-624-5413) try their great pizza!

Pakenham Public Library – 128 MacFarlane Street, Pakenham – the Friends of the Library will be hosting a satisfying meal.

Take Away Foods (scattered along the Tour route)

St. Andrew’s United Church – 2585 County Road 29 (Stop 2) – the Ladies of the Church prepare a tempting bake table with all proceeds directed back to the Church

Pakenham General Store – 2524 County Road 29 (613-624-5050) (Stop 3) – offers a deli and sweets counter not to be missed!

Penny’s Fudge Factory – 2483 – County Road 29 (Stop 2) – in one word, fudge!

Fluid Solar Roasted Coffee – 270 Cedar Hill Side Road (at Stop 10 – Cedar Hill School House) – carefully selected coffees from around the world, hand-roasted in small batches using solar and wind power

Jolly Hog Food Truck – 239 Deer Run Road (at Stop 7 – Cartwright Springs Brewery) – great food truck featuring fresh, local and seasonal ingredients

Surrounding Area of Lanark County

If you are looking for a plate of pancakes, visit Fulton’s Pancake House and Sugar Bush, just a wee bit outside the Maple Run Tour route.  Close enough to Stop 10 of the Tour, you will be able to rejoin the Tour route once your sweet tooth has been satisfied!

Note:  During the Maple Run Tour weekend, the pancake house is open between the hours of 8am and 3pm.

Fulton’s Pancake House and Sugar Bush – 399 Sugar Bush Road (613-256-3867) – one word: pancakes! just a few minutes from Stop 10, the Cedar Hill School House