The Galusha family has been producing pure maple products for over 30 years and manages over 760 acres of Adirondack forest land under the guidance of a professional forester. We have over 4,000 tapes on 100 acres for maple production. Our timber frame sugarhouse is state-of-the-art, energy-efficient with a wood-fired evaporator. We produce maple syrup, maple leaf candies, granulated maple sugar, and maple cream. Gift shop, tours and demonstrations, please call for reservations and also visit us during Maple Weekends March.
The Hill and Senecal families have been producing maple syrup for over 55 years. We have 2 sugar bushes on 30 acres with 3,400 vacuum fed taps. Our state-of-the-art sugarhouse uses the reverse osmosis process to produce the syrup. Our products include maple candy, maple cream, maple roasted peanuts, maple peanut brittle, granulated maple sugar, and maple-garlic pepper. Valley Road Maple Farm is the exclusive syrup producer for Oscar's Smokehouse in Warrensburg. We are a 3-time New York State Fair winner for our maple candy! We have demonstrations on maple production throughout the year, please call ahead for a reservation. We serve a pancake breakfast, which includes Oscar's maple smoked sausage - a north country favorite, on Saturday and Sunday during Thurman Maple Days in March.
Adirondack Gold is the Kenyon sugar camp of Cheryl and Marc Kenyon. Marc is a third generation maple producer in one of the oldest sugar houses in Thurman built by his Grandfather Oscar, and it is still in use today. We offer maple syrup, maple cream, maple candy and maple sugar. Our recipes include desserts, main dishes, salad dressing and snacks. Visit us during Maple Weekends March.
For over 40 years three generations of the Wallace family have been producing traditional maple syrup using sustainable traditions and a wood fired evaporator just like the old days. We collect the sap from over 5,000 taps. We also have maple peanuts, maple peanut brittle, maple spreads, cinnamon maple sugar, granulated maple sugar and maple candy. Visit us during Maple Weekends March.
Discover the craft of maple sugaring that has become a legend in the northeast. As the sun begins to warm the trunks of sugar maple trees, and the sap starts to flow we tap approximately 50 trees, using gravity tubing for use in our demonstrations on Maple Sugar Basics - Sap to Syrup. Join us Saturdays in March for Maple Sugar Basics and enjoy the process that yields sweet rewards! We cover all the steps to get from sap to syrup. Staffed by naturalists, Up Yonda Farm is a 72 acre facility listed as a New York State Path Through History attraction.