Sugar Ridge Retreat Center

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Sugar Ridge Retreat Centre was created to provide a place for people to reconnect with a part of themselves that may be neglected or hidden, to connect with others or just getaway and have some fun!

Whether you seek a much needed R&R break, a getaway from kids and family, romance, or a deeper spiritual connection, we will cater to your needs to make your visit a memorable experience. The staff here look forward to making your stay enjoyable. Surrounded by nature, beds are comfy, duvets are cozy, people are friendly and the food is yummy – what more could you want?

Located on 150 acres of majestic maple and cedar forests, lush meadows and surrounded by 3000 acres of provincial land, you can breathe fresh air, sleep deeply and feel revitalized just by being here. We have 20 km of trails accessible from the property for hiking or skiing.so you can walk for hours and not see another person or find a special place to sit still in the forest. Take in a Yoga class while you’re here or discover Nia. We’re pet friendly so bring your pooch for some offleash adventures.

We offer a year of events you can join and are open year round.

You can come by yourself or bring 39 friends!

Sugar Ridge was created from the imagination of Liz & Kurt Frost, the owners.

Liz and Kurt

Contact Information

: Liz Frost

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  1. Patti Pokorchak
    Patti Pokorchak

    Very dog friendly which is why I came in the first place. But it was the quiet and beauty that I fell in love with. Had a great retreat on Mindful Eating with a group of other women and had so much fun. Highly recommended as quick getaway from GTA/Toronto area for some peace and quiet. Great yoga studio and walking trails too.

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    16 Jun 2014 at 8:38 pm

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