Always held on the fourth Sunday in March, Maine Maple Sunday on March 27 is a statewide celebration of our sweet treat with more than 100 participating sugarhouses offering demonstrations, tastings, tours, and even games. Many even host events all weekend long.
Each of the sugarhouses offers different events and activities including tours of the sap lines and demonstrations of sap boiling; tastings of treats like maple syrup-drizzled pancakes and ice cream; and even games, hayrides and face painting. One favorite treat is drizzling maple syrup onto snow and rolling it into a ball at the end of a wooden spoon or popsicle stick for an icy-sweet maple taffy lollipop.
Did you know? Somerset County in Maine is the largest maple syrup-producing county in the U.S.
Head over to mainemapleproducers.com for an interactive map of all participating sugar shacks across the state, and see below for a partial list.
52 Elm Street, Limerick, Maine 04048
Aziscohos Maple Company
318 Wilson’s Mills Road, Wilson’s Mills, Maine 03579
Bacon Farm Maple Products
1427 Pond Road, Sidney, Maine 04330
26 North Road, Shirley, Maine 04485
140 Egypt Road, Raymond, Maine 04071
Coopers Maple Products
81 Chute Road, Windham, Maine 04062
Dunn Family Maple
419 Chicopee Road, Buxton, Maine 04093
Greene Maple Farm
77 Bridgton Road, Sebago, Maine 04029
Marcoux Family Farm
179 Gibbs Road, Wiscasset, Maine 04578
195 North Gorham Road, Gorham, Maine 04038
Nutkin Knoll Farms & Sugarworks
269 Chapman Road, Newburgh, Maine 04444
288 Winkumpaugh Road, Ellsworth, Maine 04605
Ricker Hill Orchards
295 Buckfield Road Route 117, Turner, Maine 04282
Robinson Family Maple
545 New Gloucester Road, North Yarmouth, Maine 04097
Royal River Orchards
201 Peacock Hill, New Gloucester, Maine 04260
True Mountain Maple
227 Federal Row, Industry, Maine 04938