Stonehaven Farms is nestled in a picturesque pocket of the Niagara Escarpment in Campbellville, Ontario. just north of Burlington and west of Milton. We invite you and your family to come and experience our farm market  offering exclusively homegrown and locally obtained fresh produce, including gourmet food items, while taking in “fresh from the oven” baking aromas. We pride ourselves on producing quality, wholesome, fresh products with zero tolerance for pesticide presence. We are pleased to share our farm/market with you and your family along with enjoying entertaining family fun in this pastoral setting.


New summer hours  are Friday, Saturday and Sunday 11am-5pm, offering homegrown and local produce, baked goods and the local gourmet food items that you know and love. Please keep in touch for details…

Our market  typically offers  homegrown ready picked and pick your own in season strawberries and pumpkins, homegrown produce including asparagus, rhubarb, garlic, peas, beans, tomatoes & sweet corn, local gourmet food items, fresh baked goods, apple cider,  various cheese types, frozen local artisan goods,  maple syrup, honey, eggs, pie pumpkins, gourds etc.  Additional local in season  produce will be added during our new August summer hours.  Our soft serve vanilla ice cream will be reopening with a dedicated counter outside along the market, so our guests can enjoy a treat like our famous “strawberries and ice cream” once again! Our ‘Fall Fun All Inclusive Play Package’ includes our 6 acre Corn Maze -with a game to play within, continuous unlimited wagon rides and ‘Strawhaven’ Straw Bale area.   Masks are mandatory age 5 and up on the farm.  Our online store ‘baked fresh for you selected ‘ bakery items, and ready picked strawberries  are available once again  for pickup at our Country Counter opening soon.

All activities are offered on a WALK IN BASIS  or FIRST COME FIRST SERVE BASIS ONLY. No reservations/appointments are required or taken.  Numbers of guests are constantly monitored, though our pumpkin patch, strawberry patches  and giant corn maze  do accommodate large numbers safely distanced in an outdoor environment. 

We are continuing to observe the utmost care for the health and safety of our farm family here at Stonehaven, and for you – our valued customer and our community alike. Please check out our Covid 19 policies here on our website for more detailed information. 

We ask that if you have been out of the country or have symptoms of illness consistent with that of COVID-19, please do not come to the farm.

Please help us limit the spread of COVID-19 by maintaining a social distance of 2 metres at all times on the farm.  Children must remain at your side at all times.

We thank-you for your continued patronage in supporting your local farmer  and please stay safe.

If you have any questions please feel free to get in touch with us at OR 905-878-1870

A Little About Us

Stonehaven Farms originated in Clarkson, Ontario, in 1904, where William D. Trenwith grew fresh produce and vegetables for local outlets. In 1957 Stonehaven Farms expanded, moved to Campbellville and continued to grow fresh produce for local markets. Six generations of Trenwiths have now been involved in growing and expanding our family farming business.

For many years, Stonehaven Farms had been a key supplier of fresh, quality strawberries for several grocery chain stores and farmers markets. In 2008, we decided to move away from the large wholesale strawberry business, to “get back to our roots” offering  families the opportunity to acquire the widely famous Stonehaven strawberries directly from the source at our new seasonal “on farm market” . Our “Stonehaven Transport” fleet was also phased out in the process, where we are no longer involved in fresh produce  trucking industry. We do however, continue to provide year-round Common Cold and Controlled Atmosphere storage for other fresh produce suppliers, aside from our own market business itself.  In addition to our growing homegrown produce selection based on customer demand (offered seasonally in the market), cash crops such as soybeans, corn and winter wheat are also grown here on the farm.

-Trenwith Family