Jack Smythe Field Centre
The Jack Smythe Field Centre is located near the village of Terra Cotta. It sits atop the Niagara Escarpment and has wonderful areas to see and explore.
Classes may take a walk along trails through mature hardwood forests, rock outcroppings, intermittent water courses, a sugar bush and/or open meadowlands. The property itself is 186 acres with access to the Bruce Trail that winds along the perimeter.
A modern-day sugar bush is on-site for students to visit in early spring and is open to the public for part of March Break.
If you are a Peel board teacher interested in more information on Field Centre programs or in making a booking, click here.
For more information, contact 905-877-7771.
March Break program - Maple Syrup Sugar Bush
Join us March 18 to 21 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. for the Sugar Bush program.
**Due to inclement weather during March Break, we may need to close the field centre for the safety of staff and visitors. If that's the case, a message will be posted under "What's New" on our home page at www.peelschools.org by 7:15 a.m. If no message is posted, we're open!