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Set upon 5 acres of stately pine and spruce trees, Wheatfield Estate is a whimsical and enchanting woodland, located in Sparta, Ontario. Nestled in the trees, surrounded by farmland and lush greenery, our property provides a romantic and enchanted setting for a fairytale wedding celebration.


Our meadow is surrounded by mature trees, lush gardens, perfectly manicured lawns, and an expansive view of the breathtaking sunset over unobstructed farmlands. 

The Meadow can accommodate receptions for up to 200 people under our clear top tent and is situated on a 96 x 46 ft ash wood floor, leaving adequate space for your dance floor!


enchanted forest

Our sprawling and enchanted forest is the perfect setting for a romantic ceremony of any size. With a beautiful wood beam arbour and natural aisle, this whimsically wonderful setting is the perfect backdrop to your ceremony, surrounded by 80 ft trees and beautiful gardens this space offers exceptional lighting for your photographer and shade for your guests.

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the woodlands

Have you always dreamed of an al fresco dinner or reception under the trees? Perhaps this is your ideal ceremony location? Our property features the most stunning clearing in the woods, surrounded by mature spruce + pine trees which offer the perfect setting for dinner under the romantic glow of light strung trees.

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the hideaway

The Hideaway is our newest and most modern space set at the corner of the property, surrounded by trees and farm fields. Its light and airy vibe makes it a perfect location for "getting ready" photos or a hang out spot before the ceremony begins.

the greenhouse

Our Greenhouse is located beside the Studio and is nestled in the woods, close to the Meadow. This all glass enclosure with clear acrylic roof makes for beautiful and quiet place for photos. 

the gardens

Our beautiful and lush gardens surround the property and make for a stunning setting for photos. Known for our hydrangeas, which bloom in July, we are proud to honor the hard work of Lucy Olgetree, who planted them all in the early 70's.

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