Enjoy some delectable, sweet treats as you wait for spring at one of the many sugar bushes located across New Brunswick. You can tour the forests, see how the clear sap is made into golden maple syrup, try taffy on the snow or stay warm inside a camp and enjoy a maple-themed meal.
Moncton Maple Sugar Camp
Just a 20-minute drive from Moncton is the Moncton Maple Sugar Camp. Take a tour and learn how the bitter sap becomes one of Canada’s favorite treats. The free ‘Pails to Pipeline’ tours take place on Saturdays and Sunday from 11 am to 2 pm. The camp is open daily until the end of April from 10 am to 4 pm, weather permitting.
6 Dewey Rd., Coverdale
Dumfries Maples: Sugar Bush and Pancake House
If you want to experience some maple syrup fun then you should take your family to Dumfries Maples Sugar Bush and Pancake House. You will be able to see how pure maple syrup is made or enjoy a maple breakfast on Saturday & Sunday in the Cedar Log Cookhouse.
7520 Route 102, Dumfries
Royal View Maples
Royal View Maples was established in 1991 and is still family owned and operated. During the maple season, they offer tours by appointment and feature maple taffy on the snow. Dress warmly when you are going on a tour.
300 Royalton Road, Royalton
S.K. Export is surrounded by endless maple forests and is a buyer, packer, and seller of a wide variety of maple products. During a visit you will learn how maple syrup is made from the sap of the maple trees to a delicious sweet syrup on your table. There are old favorite candies alongside the latest maple creations that are available for you to purchase. on-site
7346 Route 17, Kedgwick
Opening for the season on March 16, 2019, join Jim and Gig at Elmhurst Outdoors on a 45- minute interpretive walk and learn the history of making maple syrup. You can watch as sap is turned into maple syrup in the sugar shack. Tours need to be reserved and are only available on selected days.
65 Ganong Rd, Erbs Cove
Kenneth Maple Farms
Every spring over 54,000 trees are tapped at the Kenneth Maple Farm. You can take the family out to enjoy a hearty, delicious All-you-can-eat breakfast at the camp, before spending some time checking out the forest. They also have ‘Taffy on the Snow’ available on the weekends for visitors to sample.
71 Kenneth Road, West Glassville
Trites Family Sugar Bush
The Trites Family Sugar Bush is opening early for the season on March 9, 2019. Free guided tours are available, or you can stay warm in the restaurant and enjoy an All-you-can-eat breakfast, which also includes their delectable maple taffy.
1278 Gorge Road, Stilesville
L’Erabliere Unique Inc.
This modern sugar bush, located near the United States border, Lac Baker, and Edmundston, is a popular location that produces high-quality maple sugar products, including taffy on the snow, cones, caramel and much more. L’Erabliere Unique Inc. offers guided tours for visitors and their maple products are for sale on-site.
160 Beaulieu Road, Saint-Francois-de-Madawaska
Sugar Bush – La Causerie Inc
Sugar Bush La Causerie Inc is a popular maple farm with its breakfast buffets and taffy-on-the-snow that are offered on the weekend. Many snowmobile enthusiasts visit this sugar bush to explore the forest and the fresh snow.
178 Sucrerie Road, Sainte-Marie-de-Kent
Cabane A Sucre Gabi Et Frères
Cabane A Sucre Gabi Et Frères is a family business that values the old fashioned way of making maple products. The property it is located on has beautiful views and borders a river. Les Aventuriers cross-country ski trail is also nearby, which makes the camp a popular stop for cross-country skiers who may want to have brunch and try the taffy on the snow.
520 Mountain Brook Road, Charlo
Enjoy high-quality maple syrup and a wide selection of maple products at Sucrerie Chiasson. There are two locations so nearly 250 people can enjoy their popular brunch.
1873 Bellechasse Street, Paquetville
Sugar Bush at Kings Landing
Celebrate this sweet 200-year-old tradition of making maple sugar at the Kings Landing’s 36th Annual Sugar Bush. Take the family out to enjoy a pancake breakfast from 8:30 am to 2 pm at the Welcome Centre. There will be encampment demonstrations, wagon rides, children’s activities, maple candy on the snow and much more for everyone to enjoy.
5804 Route 102, Prince William
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