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Sugarbush Farm, Woodstock

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Farm · Tourist Spot
In northern New England, visit Sugarbush Farm for an opportunity to learn about the production of local favorites like maple syrup and waxed cheeses. You can visit the sugarhouse where maple syrup is produced in the spring, or find your way to the cheese workroom where cheese is waxed and wrapped after production. You'll have the opportunity to sample as many as 14 different cheeses made on site and try four different grades of maple syrup. Take a walk along a nature trail through the woods of sugar maples to learn about how the trees are tapped. The farm also has a small chapel hidden among the trees, which you can visit as well. Plan a trip to Woodstock easily and quickly by telling Inspirock to suggest an itinerary.
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  • Wonderful displays of the farm’s 240 year history as well as the process of maple sap collection and its distillation unpretentiously displayed behind old plastic protectors consistent with the...  more »
  • Wow, learning about how maple trees are tapped for syrup was one of the highlights including the self guided walking tour. Cheese samples as well as maple syrup tastings are another highlight. We...  more »
  • This family farm was so sweet! They graciously let us sample multiple types of cheese while explaining the aging process and how it affects the flavor/composition. They also walked us through a "maple syrup flight" from light to very dark while explaining the differences. It was all delicious and we left with lots of goodies to bring home.
  • Enjoyed the drive on beautiful winding roads to Sugarbush Farms. Their cheeses (two are raw milk based) were delicious and rival better known brands. Found two new great flavors — sage and horseradish. Excited to find they ship Christmas baskets full of their wares and signed up for a catalogue. Their four types of maple syrup were also very flavorful. It was educational to see the vats, pipes, other machinery and tools used for the syrup process, the maple walk among the trees, and they had a small petting zoo for the kids. Overall very nice experience with friendly people.

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