Maple Season

Who doesn't love Maple syrup?

Maple Weekend Schedule

Every March the New York State Maple Producers Association presents Maple Weekends, traditionally the third and fourth weekends of the month, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day. Spend a fun day with family and friends, sampling maple products across New York State. The maple producers host open houses where the public can visit and see how maple syrup and maple products are made.

More than 110 maple producers all over New York State participate, including our local producers. In addition to producer's tours, many local businesses have joined in to offer specials at the restaurants with samplings of innovative cuisine utilizing our precious commodity, New York State Maple Syrup.  In our part of the Adirondacks, a special Maple Weekend will be celebrated on March 29 and 30 with fun new events on the calendar to celebrate our sweetest Adirondack Spring product.  Check back regularly for more updates as events are added for the Adirondack Maple Weekend.

For schedule and details download the Adirondack Maple Weekend Brochure (PDF).

 

 

 

PARTICIPATING LOCAL MAPLE PRODUCERS:

Cornell University-Uihlien Forest
157 Bear Cub Lane, Lake Placid
518.523.9337
"More Than Maple" - Guided Educational tours of maple, birch and walnut syrup production

Heaven Hill Farm
302 Bear Cub Lane, Lake Placid
518.524.0240
Youth Maple Programs.... come enjoy a hand-on experience making maple syrup

Golden Arrow Resort
2559 Main St., Lake Placid
518.523.3353
Open during event weekends: evaporator demo - sugar on snow

The Visitor's Interpretive Center at Paul Smith's College
8023 New York 30 Paul Smiths
(518) 327-3000
Student-led basic sugaring seminars plus fresh baked maple pastries made by the culinary arts students

The Wild Center
45 Museum Drive, Tupper Lake
518.359.7800
Community maple project in full swing! Real sugaring operation on site plus tapping tours. Plus Pancake Breakfast on March 16 from 9 am - 11 am

1812 Homestead (March 23 only)
4403 NYS Rt. 22, Willsboro
518.963.7816
Open house at the Inn, olde-tyme sap collecting (season permitting)