The sweetest month in New Hampshire is upon us and we are excited for you to see (and taste), what’s on tap this month at maple producers around the White Mountains. While it may be a smaller affair than in past years, the sap is still flowing and thankfully we know a few places that can boil it and bottle it up for you to enjoy this month and beyond!
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The 100-Acre Wood Sugar Shack is open boiling maple syrup! They are open every Friday- Sundays this month from 11:00 am-4:00pm to view the sugaring process and to sample some of their delicious maple syrup. Families shouldn’t forget to take a self-guided tour along the Maple Storybook Trail. Maple products are available for purchase on-site, curbside, as well as on their website.
(One group at a time will be allowed in the Sugar Shack and face masks must be worn).
The Fadden family has been tapping trees and boiling maple syrup for about 200 years, so they know a thing or two about the process. The General Store is open 9am-5pm Monday-Thursday, and 9am-7pm Friday-Sunday. They sell a variety of maple products along with their award-winning maple syrup and you can explore their small museum while browsing the shop. Contact before visiting to see if small, private tours of their sugaring operation is available.
(Masks must be worn, and number of visitors in the store will be limited at one time).
Fuller’s has been producing award-winning maple syrup and maple products since 1972 and invite you to come visit their store in Lancaster so you bring a taste of the White Mountains home with you. They also sell their maple products and share tasty maple recipes on their website.
(Face masks are required when entering the store)
Sap is currently being tapped and boiled at Remick and visitors can purchase syrup via curbside pick-up by emailing email@example.com or calling and leaving a message at 603-323-7591. After picking up your syrup to-go, stick around to walk the trails on the grounds from Thursday-Sunday from 10:00am-2:00pm. Grounds are free to visit, but donations are accepted.
(Face masks and social distancing rules apply while on the grounds).
This BYOB event (Bring Your Own Breakfast) on Saturday, March 27, is a virtual maple sugaring presentation brought to you by the Forest Society North Country Property Director Nigel Manley. Nigel will take you on a virtual tour of The Rocks' Maple Museum and will discuss the process of boiling sap into syrup. Register here for this fun and informative Zoom webinar. (Maple syrup may be purchased from the Rocks' website ).
Check out these delicious maple recipes created by some of our White Mountain’s businesses that you can make at your home “sweet” home.
*Please note that each Sugarhouse property will have its own set of rules and protocols related to Covid-19, so please call ahead for up-to-date information and guidance.
Visit the NH Maple Producers Association website for more information on additional maple events throughout the state.