Mud Road Sugar House Maple Weekend
Mud Road Sugar House Maple Weekend is happening on two weekends this year beginning March 18 and 19, and again March 25 and 26 2023 from 10:00 am to 4:00pm at Mud Road Sugar house in Ephratah, NY!
MUD ROAD SUGAR HOUSE
261 MUD ROAD, EPHRATAH, NY
Maple Weekend Activities
Watch the whole process of maple syrup being made as the sweet sap is turned into pure maple syrup!
Weather permitting we will have complimentary horse drawn wagon rides, along with complimentary silver dollar panacakes/warm fresh maple syrup the first weekend and complimentary corn fritters/warm maple syrup the second weekend plus our sponsored sportsman race car will also be on display, along with door prize drawings.
Enjoy Horse drawn wagon rides compliments of J & D Percherons from Edinburg. Please join us as you will get to experience the making of delicious pure maple syrup from tap to table. Sample this delectable sweet creation as it compliments silver dollar pancakes or our own homemade corn fritters.
Five generations, Mud Road Sugar House has grown from an 800 tap operation to a 4000 tap operation
and is still family owned and operated by Vern Duesler III (Margaret), son D.J. (Erica),
son Chad (Lindsay) and grandchildren Bradyn, Olivia, and Brice.
Maple Weekend is a chance for the public to come to the farm to learn about New York’s maple sugarmaking processes and traditions and to provide a chance to taste pure maple syrup in its many forms – right from the source. This event is organized and sponsored by the New York State Maple Producers’ Association. We are proudly funded by both our members and the NYS Department of Agriculture and Markets.
The New York State Maple Producers Association (NYSMPA) is a not-for-profit organization composed of the folks who produce maple syrup and related maple products throughout New York State. We are a diverse group of small business people who understand what it means to work hard in the forests, who take pride to practice sustainable wood lot management, so that healthy maple trees will yield their sweet sap year after year.