Sugar Shacks Near Montreal: Cabane à Sucre Bouvrette

Cabane à Sucre Bouvrette: Come for the Food, Stay for the Steam Train

Siugar shacks near Montreal include the Cabane à Sucre Bouvrette.
Photo courtesy of Cabane à Sucre Bouvrette

Cabane à Sucre Bouvrette: 2017 Season Details

Sugar shacks near Montreal have a lot in common, be it their all-you-can-eat sugar shack meals, maple syrup production tours or maple taffy on snow rituals.


Cabane à Sucre Bouvrette's Steam Train

But what sets Cabane à Sucre Bouvrette apart from its sugar cabin contemporaries is something probably every kid alive would want to ride in: a steam train. You heard me. An old-school steam-operated train is part of Bouvrette's offerings. Add to that a mini-farm open for visits, sleigh rides in the woods and a play park perfect for ages 4 and under and you've got yourself enough activities to please the whole family. The 2017 season runs February 28 to April 23, 2017.


Cabane à Sucre Bouvrette: 2017 Prices

Cabane à Sucre Bouvrette sugar shack meals vary from $17 to $23 for adults and from $7 to $11 for kids. Sleigh rides and train rides are $3 per person. Prices include taxes. Tip not included and prices are subject to change without notice. Loved something you ate? Rarely do Quebec's sugar shacks offer takeout but Cabane à Sucre Bouvrette does offer the option of ordering more for the road so you can relive the experience the next day. If you have any room left. After all, traditional sugar shacks meals are known to be epic.



11:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday through Friday.
11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
Open Spring Break Mondays



1000 Nobel Street, St. Jérôme (St-Antoine sector) J7Z 7A3 MAP


Travel Time From Montreal

40 minutes


Getting There From Montreal

Autoroute 15 North, Exit 39 East. Take a right on Route Sir Wilfred Laurier. Continue until you reach the corner of Sir Wilfred Laurier and Nobel, then take a right.



(450) 438-4659 (collect calls accepted)


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Every February through April features Butterflies Go Free, a Montreal Botanical Garden tradition involving the release of thousands of butterflies in their greenhouses to onlooker delight. And March's St. Patrick's Day Parade is a huge city draw, attracting tens of thousands of revellers.

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