We have something for everyone in the family in our Family Fun Zone.

Friday, June 21st: 12PM to 7PM | Saturday, June 22nd: 10AM to 7PM | Sunday, June 23rd: 10AM to 5PM
Drone Show presented by Indigenous Tourism Ontario

You will be amazed as 250 drones light up the sky over Madahoki Farm to tell the story and teachings of the Seven Grandfathers.   With this incredible immersive storytelling experience, you will watch canoes paddle, bison walk and eagles soar over the skyline while you learn more about one of the most common Indigenous teachings – the Seven Grandfathers from the Algonquin perspective.

Glow in the Dark Pow Wow ft. DJ Shub

FRIDAY, JUNE 21st | 9 PM
Join DJ Shub and Theland Kicknosoway in the Pow Wow circle for a one of a kind dance experience with a glow in the dark pow wow.  Glow in the dark hoop and fancy dancers will invite the audience to join the dance circle as the sun sets to finish with a fun glow in the dark pow wow on the longest day of the year. 

DJ & Glow in the Dark Hoop Dance

SATURDAY, JUNE 22nd | 9:30 PM
As the sun sets, enjoy a collaborative performance by siblings Makhena and Caleb. Caleb is a grass dancer, music producer and DJ.  Makhena is a life long Pow Wow dancer and 7 year hoop dancer. 

Métis Games

Try your hand at some traditional Metis Games like Hatchet Throwing & Archery. All ages.

Ojibwe Spirit Horses

Meet some of the rare and endangered Ojbiwe Spirit Horses – Canada’s only Indigenous horse breed.

Farm Play

Come have fun at our farm play area with hay bales, climbers, teeter totter, and a corn play station.

EAL Experiences with Rhonda Snow & the Ojibwe Spirit Horses

Join Rhonda Snow for an interactive EAL experience with the Ojibwe spirit ponies.  Rhonda is not only a certified EAL facilitator, but a knowledge keeper and renowned artist bringing the stories of this rare and endangered breed of pony to life. During this experience, you will learn about the powerful stallion “Tony the Rainy Lake Pony” who lived on the island and in the bush for 40 plus years.  Come and learn what it was like for these ponies long ago and share a story of resilience as you travel the “trail” together with your pony and imagine what it felt like to fight off wolves and listen to the loons and learn when all things wild are connected.   

Must pre-register.  Minimum age is 6 and waivers required to handle horses. 

1 hour experience: 
Friday, June 21st | 2 PM and 5 PM
Saturday, June 22nd | 10:30 AM and 4 PM
Sunday, June 23rd | 10:30 AM and 4 PM

$20 per person.  Max 15 per session.

Small Animals

Meet our resident goats, sheeps, bunnies and pigs. Including some spring babies!

Birds of Prey Demonstration with Canadian Raptor Conservatory​

Watch hawks, eagles and owls take flight and soar over your head with demonstrations.
Friday, June 21st | 2 PM and 5 PM
Saturday, June 22nd | 11 AM, 2 PM and 5 PM
Sunday, June 23rd | 11 AM, 2 PM and 4 PM

Legacy Trail

Walk the trail to learn more about 7 Grandfather Teachings & Algonquin Animal Names. Hunt for treasures on the trail with Geocaching.

Jed the Mechanical Bull

Fun and safe for all ages. Test your stamina on Ottawa’s only mechanical bull

Rock Climbing

Our mobile climbing walls are 24ft in height, offer 4 climbing routes and have both manual and auto-belay options. All ages, 40 pound minimum. Our professional staff will make sure that every climber gets some instruction before climbing up the wall. No experience is necessary!

Paddle Boats

Age Group: 3 years and up. Must be minimum of 36″ in height.

Film Screening with Wapikoni

Watch a screening of Create Your Healing. Saturday and Sunday at 2PM.