Where is it at?

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Maplewood Farm
405 Seymour River Place
North Vancouver
Tel: 604-929-5610


If you are travelling from Vancouver, cross the Iron Workers Memorial-Second Narrows Bridge, take the first exit #23B-called “Dollarton”. At the second set of lights, turn left onto Old Dollarton Road. At the next intersection, turn left again onto Seymour River Place

Where are we going today?

If you love animals, then why not visit a place that is FILLED with super sweet animals on your next family day out!

Maplewood Farm is only 20 minutes from downtown Vancouver, and is a unique and enjoyable experience for kids of all ages where they can play on 5 acres of farm land, and that includes those fun animals they can interact with too!

Maplewood Farm started as a thriving dairy farm, and then expanded with it's collection of over 200 domestic and farm animals and birds, which is great news for families who want to go and visit!

You can experience the farm through self-guided tours, and they offer a comprehensive booklet all about farming and the animals, so kids can learn all about farm life as they make their way around. They can learn all about breeding, feeding, the rearing of young animals, and the daily caring of the animals too!

If that wasn't all, Maplewood Farm also has a kid's pedal tractor to rent out, and kids can enjoy those interactive animal encounters including feeding the ducks, feeding the chickens, and even taking a pony ride!

Did you know Maplewood Farm also has running of the goats too? Sounds super fun!

From horses, goats, pigs, sheep, birds, cows and rabbits, Maplewood Farm is a fun, relaxing and animal-tastic family day out in North Vancouver where the kids can have a great time, AND make new friends! 

Will you run into Old McDonald? You never know!

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$7.80
  • Children$4.70 (Ages 19 mths - 16 yrs)
  • Free Under: 18 months

When can we go?

10am - 4pm Tues - Sun, and 7 days April to Oct

Year round

Teachers corner

The Farm offers a concise booklet of information on the various birds and animals that make their home at Maplewood Farm. A “Guide to Maplewood Farm” can downloaded free of charge to help you plan your visit on our website. If you want to book your students to visit, give them a call! .

I'm Hungry!

There are no food facilities at Maplewood Farm, so you may pack your own lunch and use their covered picnic area. .

Healthy Eating!

Make sure you take plenty of bottled water and healthy snacks for that good energy!.

Any Top Tips?

Bring leafy, dark green veggies for the rabbits. Kale, parsley, mint, bok choy and spinach are their favourites. 1:15pm is always the milking demonstration. .

Need a little extra help?

Speak to staff if you have any special needs or require any assistance - they will be happy to help / advise.

Baby Facilities

They have baby change tables in all washrooms. .

More information

Check out their behind the scenes tours which are an additional cost and scheduled for set times. It's a great way to be a farmer for the day!.

What people are saying?

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    It is a very nice place especially for kids to get close to farm animals

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    Went with friends and 2 babies before Halloween. 25 minute long line to get in with only one cashier. Considering it's all babies and little kids waiting, by the time they get in they are tired and cranky. Also $7.50 admission per adult seems a bit steep. Duck pond, some animals, small meadow with pumpkins laid out. The high point was how gentle the goats were... really like lapdogs!
    Repeat? Probably not.
    Also, parking is limited.

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    It has a great atmosphere and the animals love people. Everything is well put together. I suggest this place to everyone.

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    Great fun for everyone. The animals are well cared for, and the staff are fantastic.

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