Maple Sugaring in the 100 Acre Wood!
Beginning in late February, or the early part of March, the sap begins to flow!
The maple sugaring season usually lasts about a month, ending when Mother Nature says so. The Sugar Shack in the 100 Acre Wood becomes the center of activity, with lots of work, cooking, visitors, and the sweet smell of maple syrup!
School Group Tours
We offer educational tours during "sugaring season" through part of our sugar bush, along with our cooking operation inside the Sugar Shack. School groups and other groups by appointment are welcome during the week. The guided tours take about an hour, including a full Sugar Bush and Shack tour, a Storybook Trail, and a free taste! For more information, please call 603-356-9980.
The Sugar Shack is open on weekends during Maple Sugaring season.
(Operation hours vary, but usually late morning to late afternoon)
You are welcome to take your own self-guided tour through the Sugar Bush anytime, and enjoy the Storybook Trail. If there is steam rolling out of the Sugar Shack, you are welcome to step inside for a firsthand look.
Stop by and check it out. Learn more about one of Mother Nature's sweetest offerings!
Take some New Hampshire Maple Gifts home with you!
The net proceeds of the "100 Acre Wood" Maple Syrup goes directly toward our literacy programs. We are grateful for all donations.
Order here or call 603.356.9980!