About the Farm
In October of 2021 Indigenous Experiences announced a new tourism experience in Ottawa’s Greenbelt called Mādahòkì Farm, building on the growing interest in agritourism, farm-to-table culinary experiences and authentic cultural experiences from an Indigenous perspective.
The Farm is also the new home for a series of Indigenous events celebrating the seasons; Sīgwan (Spring), Tagwàgi (Autumn) and Pibòn (Winter) and the annual Summer Solstice Indigenous Festival formerly held at Vincent Massey Park. The Farm is the year-round home of an Indigenous Marketplace that promotes products made by Indigenous artisans and the permanent home for a growing herd of endangered Ojibwe Spirit Horses.
We are open to the public Thursday-Sunday 11:00 am - 4:00 pm. Come by and visit us, there is lots to do!4
You do not need a booking to come visit during our open hours, however if you are a group of 20 or more, you can make a booking here.
- Visit the small farm animals (you can buy some feed from the store).
- Watch the endangered Ojibwe Spirit Horses playing and grazing in the fields. (Please do not feed the horses).
- Walk the legacy trail and leave a message of reconciliation. (reconciliation rocks available at the store)
- Visit our marketplace store which is filled with arts/crafts/foods from over 40 Indigenous artists/makers.
- There is also a children’s play area with bales of hay to climb on, a teeter-totter and lots of space for kids to run around.
- There are port-a-potties on site for public use.
- You could also make use of our picnic tables and bring a snack or picnic and enjoy being at the farm, as it is really such a wonderful place to spend time