Maple Sugaring

Maple Sugaring

Maple Sugaring Tours – February & March

Freezing nights in the 20s and warm days in the 40s signal the sap run and start of maple sugaring season! Learn about sugaring  history beginning with Native Americans through modern times, explore the science of sugaring, and visit our tapped maples to check on dripping sap. Peek through the door of our sugar shack to observe the boil in action! (Boiling depends on sap run depends on Mother Nature.) Due to Covid-19 restrictions, we will not enter the sugar shack when the boilers are boiling.
We’re ready to collect sap and boil as long as Mother Nature cooperates, but tours run regardless of weather, sap run, or boiling, so c’mon down and get a fascinating glimpse into this enduring New England Tradition!

Tour Details

  • Tour Length: 45 – 60 mins
  • Fees $54 for the first 6 people, children and adults. Additional people are $9/person. Maximum number of participants per tour = 10.
    If there are over 10 participants, we will set up a second tour for the minimum fee of $54 for the first 6 people, children and adults. Additional people are $9/person. Maximum number of participants per second tour = 10.
  • No refunds — tours run rain or shine
  • Dress for the weather, wear sturdy footwear, and meet in front of the barn

Book a Tour

  • Dates: February 20-March 20
  • Mon – Fri: 1:00 pm, 3:30 pm
  • Tue – Wed: 11:00 am
  • Sat: 9:30 am & 11:00 am

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