Maplewood Camp and the Honeymoon Huts

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General Information

During the summer of 1922, Maplewood Camp was developed consisting of a tea room with wide verandas, a rustic refreshment stand and circular seating around maple trees. The next summer, tree houses eight feet long and ten feet wide with windows, a door, a dressing table and a two foot veranda with a veranda seat on each side were built and became affectionately known as honeymoon huts. To enter the honeymoon huts, there were ladders that visitors could take to climb up the tree. While the honeymoon huts enjoyed popularity, they eventually faded away along with Maplewood Camp. If you visit the Royal Canadian Legion in Beamsville you can see where the camp and huts were once located.

Ownership & Management

Royal Canadian Legion, Beamsville


Phone: (905) 945-5292


Maplewood Camp and the Honeymoon Huts
5545 Regional Road 81
Beamsville, Ontario
L0R 1B0 Municipality Town of Lincoln

GPS Co-ordinates

Latitude: 43.17786011730
Longitude: -79.50498552170
UTM easting: 621505
UTM northing: 4781651



Janet Cannon
Grimsby Museum
6 Murray Street
Grimsby, Ontario
L3M 4G5
Tel (905) 945-5292
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