Our Maple Syrup Festival begins with a pancake breakfast featuring our freshly made maple syrup with all you-can-eat pancakes. Meals are served from 7:00 am until 12:00 pm in the Event Center. The cost is $6.00 per person.
Activities begin at 9:00 am and continue through 2:00 pm with both indoor and outdoor activities. Outdoors there are displays and demonstrations showing tools and techniques used by Native Americans and settling pioneers to collect and process maple syrup and sugar. You can also visit our authentic sugar shack to watch the process of making maple syrup in action.
Inside activities and displays include videos showing maple syrup production, hands-on crafts for children, and edibles to purchase such as our own Maple Syrup and other delicious products made with the syrup such as Maple Popcorn, Maple candy, and Maple Cotton Candy.
From February into March (weather dependent) the sap is boiling in the Sugar Shack. If you see steam and smoke coming from the building, stop in. They are always eager to demonstrate and explain the sugaring process.