Rhythmic Roots Farm
Rhythmic Roots Farm is the home of Bubble Grove and our 86 acre regenerative property perched on the north face of the Big Head Valley in Chatsworth, Ontario.
We grow certified organic apples and pears in our 10 acres of orchards along with wild grown edibles and medicinals found throughout the fields and forests here. We are working to layer in
This farm has been growing apples organically and hosting guests for 40 years and we are proud to carry on this tradition of food and friendship as we build a new future here.
Growing food for our community is a passion and we hold our roles as stewards of this land with great reverence. We ask our guests to also walk gently on this land and help care for the special flora and fauna that have called this farm home for far longer than we have.
A feast for the eyes, your tastebuds, and your soul - this land of Rhythmic Roots Farm is bountiful and abundant.
Our orchards are certified organic and have been for over 20 years. We grow over 10 varieties of apples and 3 varieties of pears. We are focused on good practices for now and the generations that follow.
The lower orchard is 2 acres and sits just below the ponds.
The Main Orchard is 8 acres with over 2250 trees. Thats a lot of apples.
Our apples go into local ciders and sauces and can be found for sale at a few of our local general stores.
The orchard can host magical picnics and special events. We can even set up a specialty campsite if you would like to sleep & stay amongst the apples.
At the top of the Escarpment, on the highest point of the property, sits the vineyard.
Over the years it has produced grapes for a local winery and been made into juices and vinegars.
The views from up here are truly something to behold. You can see across the Big Head Valley in all its glory. In every season, it is stunning.
The vineyard is sometimes available for private events and we can even set up a specialty campsite by request if you would like to wake up with the grapes and the view.
A wide assortment of wild goodies grow freely here at the farm. These gifts from the woods find their way into teas and salves and other such things.
Spruce tips, rosehips, cedar, wild growing mint, ramps, raspberries, black berries, hawthorn, cress, and fiddleheads are just a few of the forest finds we forage here.
We follow sustainable harvesting methods and ask that guests leave the collecting to us - please order and purchase directly from your hosts and help us maintain a healthy balance here at the farm.