Experience the age-old tradition of maple sugaring. The warm days of late winter awaken the flow of sap in the maples resulting in sweet-smelling, billowing clouds of steam rising from the sugarhouse. On a naturalist-guided walk, learn how to identify a sugar maple, observe tapping and sap collection methods, watch the sap being boiled down in the sugarhouse, and get a sweet taste of the final product.
Bottles of our own freshly made maple syrup will be available for purchase. Tours last about an hour and run in all weather.
Preregistration is required; we are unable to accommodate walk-ins. Masks are required for indoor bathroom use; they are optional outdoors. This program occurs rain or shine. Please dress warmly, as the entirety of this program takes place outdoors.