Sugarbush Farm

Woodstock, VT

Kids Fun
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Address: 591 Sugarbush Farm Rd, Woodstock, VT 05091, USA How do we get there? Number: 802 457 1757
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About this activity

We LOVE pancakes in the morning, and love when that maple syrup gets drizzled all over it. Don't you! But where does it come from?

Well, at Sugarbush Farm you can find out! You can also enjoy the other farm fun activities there is to do....and we're about the tell you!

First, the tasty maple syrup! Did you know that maple syrup actually comes from trees that are tapped in the spring? Maple trees that is! Sugarbush Farm has a whole display on the entire process, so next time you are eating your pancakes you can think of how much work goes into it! Keep in mind though, the maple season is only March and April...but the display is open all year round!

But we told you there was more to Sugarbush Farm! If you LOVE cheese, you're in luck too! There is a work room where you can see the cheese hand wrapped and hand waxed, which is how they get them ready to send to people's homes to enjoy.

There is even cheese sampling! Yum yum!

During winter, there are some cute and friendly farm animals that the kids can make friends with. They will usually find some chickens, perhaps a horse, rabbits, goats, sheep, and maybe even a baby calf!

And of course you're in Vermont, so you are surrounded by incredible nature! There are great photo opportunities to take those family memories home with you, and even nature trails that you can enjoy if the weather is lovely!  

If you want sweet and tasty farm fun, then head to Sugarbush Farm! 

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Free! (and free samples!)


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Sugarbush Farm FAQ’s

They love what they do, and they take pride in their produce that they sell.

There is a shop where you can enjoy tasty samples, as well as buy all the produce you want to enjoy! Extra cheese for your picnic?

There are free samples for you to enjoy! Dig in!

There is a gift shop where you can take home some lovely items for your friends and family

If you have special needs, then give them a call to see what accessibility they have.

Keep in mind that the maple syrup season is only March and April (but the display is up all year)

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