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.
Our strawberry season has officially finished . We are now temporarily closed until our sweet corn and tomatoes are ready for harvest…. estimated by mid August. Market and bakery items are still available (by confirmed email )in the interim for your convenience. Please stay tuned for updates.
We recommend that you call ahead to ensure that your favourite bakery item(s), fresh produce, and gourmet food items are available and waiting just for you. Pre orders for bakery items are always welcomed and recommended during peak seasons.
Custom wholesale orders available.
If you have any questions please feel free to get in touch with us.
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.