Down Main Street in Old Forge at 5pm. The biggest St Paddy's Parade in the Adirondacks. Synchronized snowplows, wacky grocery cart manuevers and imaginative floats make this the unusual and fun parade in the area. Sponsored by the Central Adirondack Association
We have been making maple syrup here on our farm since 1981. Our sugar house is right next to the road so visitors are welcome anytime during the maple season. We have 5000+ taps using all buckets, and boil on a high efficiency wood fired evaporator andpiggyback. We make and sell (year round) maple syrup, sugarcakes, maple cream, and granulated sugar, and will have samples for you to try. *ONLY OPEN MARCH 22 AND MARCH 29
This is our first year in our new sugar house, with more room and an attached woodshed. Both days will feature interactive tours of our sugaring operation. Visitors will be able to see tapped trees, each with a different collection method. All of our products will be for sale, and there will be free maple coffee. As always, Maple Weekend at Sugar Oak Farms will be a fun time for the entire family!
Tour of the sugar house. Weather permitting, we will be boiling on our new wood-pellet evaporator. We will have samples of syrup and maple confections. There will be demonstrations of maple candy and maple cream making. Have the family enter the coloringcontest: Prize is a maple gift basket.
Where: 439 Brandy Brook Road Ellenburg Center, NY 12934-2005
Brandy Brook Maple Farm is a family-owned and operated maple farm located in the northern-most region of New York. We tap over 8000 maple trees in six separate sugar bushes spread over two counties.Come up to Ellenburg Center and experience a guided tourof our modern tubing layout complete with a high vacuum system and reverse osmosis Open: March 22, March 23, March 29, March 30
Where: 89 Sugarbush Drive West Chazy, NY 12992-3107
We will be offering free tours of the sugarhouse showing you how maple products are made. Free samples of our delicious products will be available! Sample some of our famous maple brittle! Try our jams, maple cream, & molded sugar too! Open: March 22, March 23, March 29, March 30
Each and every spring Sweeter Creations Sugar House produces New York State's finest resource, MAPLE syrup! We currently tap approximately 1200 taps. These are collected by traditional methods as well as modern methods of vacuum tubing, using the new LEADER check valve spout adapter.
Where: 503 Ore Bed Road De Kalb Junction, NY 13630-3109
We are 3rd & 4th generation Certified Organic maple producers; come share our family tradition in our Heated Facility! Free guided tours, learn how sap from the tree comes out the evaporator as syrup (weather permitting). See the equipment in operationwith explanations & demonstrations. See an old-fashioned backyard flat pan set up and running. Enjoy free samples of Maple Syrup, Maple Cream and Maple Candy.
Free horsedrawn wagon rides to the sugarbush to see the tapping. Syrup,maple lollipops, maple cotton, maple cream and homemade donuts for sale. Don't miss a taste of ice cream with fresh maple syrup! Enter our drawing for a free gift basket of maple products.
On March 22nd it is All Maple Day all day with maple stories, crafts, and tastings at The Wild Center.The Adirondack Museum will share some of the local stories of maple through historical objects and pictures from the past. You can also take a maple tourwith experienced naturalists at 11:30 am and 1:30 pm as they tell the story of maple sugaring through the stages of tapping, processing, and finally getting to the sweet part, maple sugar.
Where: 9609 Croghan Resorvoir Rd Croghan, NY 13327
We are a 5th and 6th generation maple family. Moser's Maple was established in April 1904. Although this is our first year participating in Maple Weekend with our own sugarhouse, we have been very active with other Maple Weekend activities since the eventbegan. We are honored to say that we are the 2012 Worl Maple Syrup Grand Champion, judged so at the Wolr Maple Syrup Festival in St. Johnsbury Vt.
Sample some of our favorite maple recipes! Maple cream and sugar also available.We will be offering tours of the Sugar House showing how maple products are made. Come enjoy complimentary maple coffee, maple tea and sample other maple products. Open: March 22, March 23, March 29, March 30
We will be open March 16 and 17. Come Taste the Tradition with us! Hobby pans by Patrick Phaneuf, Taste the Tradition jugs, DIY maple soda. Maple Cream. Catch us at the 1812 Homestead in Willsboro (4403 NY Route 22) on March 23 & 24.
Where: 6201 Military Turnpike Ellenburg Depot, NY 12935
Operational tours, sampling of maple syrup and maple confections. Maple Ridge Enterprises is a 4th season business, conveniently located on the Military Turnpike in Ellenburg. Make this a stop on your tour of sugarhouses to see a 3000 tap operation.Fresh Maple Candies - Four generations of sugarmakers on duty!
Maple Sweets Made on the Shores of Saranac Lake - Where Mark Twain Spent the Summer of 1901. We'll have maple cotton candy and maple soda made fresh during the weekend! Local musician Duane Gould will provide live music for the weekends
Where: 1043 Slosson Road West Chazy, NY 12992-3226
Pancake breakfast catered by The Hungry Bear (Adults $7.95, kids $5.95, under 5 $2.50) .Light lunch fare in the afternoon. Horse drawn wagon rides are all 4 days. Giftshop will be open. Maple cotton candy, cremees, and maple popcorn. Complimentary maplecoffee. Maple syrup & other maple product demonstrations. Local artisan/vendors.
Where: 5275 State Route 31 Vernon-Verona-Sherrill High School Verona, NY 13478-2913
Pancake breakfast from 7:30 AM till 1:00 PM served in the High School cafeteria. Free student-guided wagon rides to sugarbush woodlot and tours of maple sap house. From an old-fashioned wood-fired cauldron to modern maple evaporator, observe all stepsin making maple syrup. Student-operated maple processing facility and retail maple store. Located at the Vernon-Verona-Sherrill High School.
Where: 91 Ritchie Road Middle Granville, NY 12849-4811
Please join our family for a Sweet Time - serving pancake breakfast. Then tour the sugarhouse where you can sample various maple products. We make maple syrup, maple cream, maple candy, maple soft ice cream and maple cotton.
We will be demonstrating the use of the evaporator, reverse osmosis, our vacuum system, and the tubing network. We feature a Tasting Buffet of maple recipes created to help our customers realize the potential of maple.
Please join us for sugarhouse tours and samples of warm maple syrup. We will have samples of Kristy's famous maple candies and delicious maple cream. Learn about the process of maple syrup production from tree to table. We are a 450-tap operation onvacuum-assisted sap lines with a wood-fired evaporator. Open both weekends, look for the billowing steam directly on Route 9M in the heart of Keene - home of the High Peaks!
Where: 157 Bear Cub Lane Lake Placid, NY 12946-3114
Visitors will have a guided tour of the entire syrup production process, beginning in the sugarbush where the sap is collected and ending in the sugarhouse where people can see, smell, and taste fresh maple syrup being made. Visitors will also learn aboutongoing research projects and a variety of maple products will be available for sale in the gift shop. More Than Maple: Guided Educational Tours of Maple, Birch, and Walnut Syrup Production.
Where: Generations Restaurant Lake Placid, NY 12946
GOLDEN ARROW: Maple activities ADD-ON package will be available the entire month of March. Will include a meal from the Maple menu and a tour of a maple making facility. GENERATIONS: will feature a special maple menu, including maple flavored snow forkids! There will be demonstrations of our maple syrup evaporator, various tastings of maple syrup and lots of fun to be had!
We offer student led interpretive walks to the VIC sugar bush; sap to syrup workshops; a community maple program, and an Adopt a Maple project. We will celebrate the grand opening of our new sugar house on the first maple weekend, and host a Maple Sap Run/Walk on March 29. We will also have maple confections and other products available for sale.
The best kept secret in northern New York is also the best place to learn about the history of Maple Syrup. Oswegatchie Educational Center has its own educational sugar bush and showcases a maple history trail. Demonstrations show the discovery of maplesugar and harvesting methods used throughout history.
This is a family owned & operated sugarbush with 3 generations and over 40 years of experience making syrup. We have about 4000 taps. The trees are tapped on a combination of buckets, sapbags, and tubing with a vacuum system. We boil the gathered sap on a5 by 16 wood fired Vortex evaporator arch with a maxi-flue pan and revolution syrup pan, installed in 2011.
Swiss'er Sweet Maple has been involved with Maple Weekend for the last 12 years welcoming visitors from all over the world to witness the sugaring season. Built in 1997, our easy access shanty with plenty of parking is located 2 miles from the CroghanMaple Museum. We have about 1,500 taps on buckets and produce syrup from another 1800 taps collected with tubing. Guided tours will be provided demonstrating the entire maple process from Tree to Table.
The Galusha family has produced pure Adirondack maple products at Toad Hill Maple Farm for more than 40 years. In 2011 they opened their large new timberframe sugarhouse including a new energy efficient process for producing pure maple syrup including awood fired evaporator, a reverse osmosis machine and large stainless steel tanks.
We will be making maple cream, boiling sap and using our reverse osmosis machine. Weather permitting, we will have sugarbush tours. On Sundays there will be wagon rides. We will be serving complimentary silver dollar pancakes both weekends! We will also bemaking maple cotton candy.
Maple Weekend Activities - Come join us and learn the process of making maple syrup, from sap collection to
boiling into the finished table product. In our woods, we show the use of wooden buckets and modern tubing for
collecting sap. At the sugarhouse, you will see our wood-fired evaporator in operation. We'll have samples of our products.
Open- When boiling, mid-February through Early April Maple Weekend Activities- Watch the sap flow from the
trees through transparent tubing, into our sugar house, and boiled in our evaporators. Come talk to a real sugarmaker and ask your maple questions. Spend some times enjoying the sweet aroma of the maple sap boiling in the massive evaporators. Calf-A open weekends mid-February through early April, 8am-3:30pm.
Where: 2469 STATE ROUTE 29 Greenwich, NY 12834-3203
We invite you to come and learn the process of making syrup from sap collection in the woods to boiling into the final product. It is just a few steps to reach our woods, where we show and explain our sap collection process, a tubing and vacuum system. From the woods, walk over to the sugarhouse to see our wood-fired evaporator in operation.
Where: 366 Carney Cassidy Road Salem, NY 12865-5418
We will be boiling sap to make delicious maple syrup. You are invited to a tour of our maple operations. We will give descriptions of how we make our specialty products which include maple cream, maple sugar, and maple fondant candy. You will be able to sample all of these. We will also feature taste tests on 3 different grades of syrup to find out which one you like the best. Our Kids Corner will allow children to make their own maple candy. This will be their own personal sample!
When: Sat, Mar 22, 2014 until Sun, Mar 30, 2014
| 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Where: 647 BUNKER HILL ROAD, SALEM, NEW YORK
Cost:Tours-Free; Breakfast-based on age
During Maple Weekend, producers from across the state welcome families to their farms to experience firsthand how real, mouth-watering maple syrup and other related products are made. You'll also have the opportunity to enjoy fun, family-friendly activities, taste New York's freshest maple syrup and purchase your favorite maple products. We serve an all-you-can eat breakfast of sausage, pancake and farm fresh syrup right off the evaporator.
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