ALL ACTIVITIES AND PRICES ARE FROM 2014 AND ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE IN 2015
To fully enjoy the festival, dress warmly and wear sturdy boots!!! ACTIVITIES MAY CHANGE DUE TO WEATHER OR CIRCUMSTANCES BEYOND OUR CONTROL
PANCAKES SUPREME or WAFFLE BOAT SUPREME
Served with your choice of strawberries, blueberries, or apples, chocolate chips, ice cream, whipped cream, and MAPLE SYRUP.
$3.50 for Child's plate (12 and under)
Children 5 and under are free
Sausage Patties $1.00
CHICKEN, PORK CHOP OR PULLED PORK DINNER
½ maple BBQ chicken, 2 pork chops or pulled pork sandwich
served with a side of coleslaw, maple baked beans, roll, drink & dessert
$10.00 Chicken Dinner
$9.00 Pork Chop Dinner $8.00 Pulled Pork Dinner
Served Noon to 5:00 P.M or until we run out - Carry-out available.
At the SUGAR STORE
FRESH PURE MAPLE SYRUP, maple candy, maple cream, maple cotton candy and maple coated nuts. We also have t-shirts, mugs and much more!
Maple Cookies & Candy
Pure Maple Syrup
Maple Sugar and Dry Rub
Sugarbush tours every hour from 10:00 A.M. – 4:00 P.M. Self-guided tour of sugarhouse with operating evaporator Indian & Pioneer syrup making demonstrations, 11:00 A.M. – 4:00 P.M.
Tractor drawn wagon rides
Crosscut sawing Mini museum of maple related antiques
Outdoor Craft Vendor area
Children’s game area and activity center
Old fashioned merry go round & Jacob's Ladder (small charge)
Pet the llamas
Music – traditional fiddle, gospel, dulcimer, 10 A.M. – 4 P.M.
Worship service – Sundays 8:00 A.M. – everyone welcome
Delicious maple home-baked goods and craft vendors, kettle corn, decorative wood furniture, wood toys, natural soap, pottery, candles, and so much more. Check back in early February 2015 for a complete list of vendors attending the 2015 Maple Syrup Festival
We will have toe tappin' live country and bluegrass musicians all day, both weekends. Check back in early February 2015 for a complete list of musicians.
Boiling sap the Native American way
Boiling sap the pioneer way
Boiling sap the modern way
Check out the FESTIVAL PHOTOS and MORE FESTIVAL PHOTOS page on this site for more pictures of festival activities