Taste & Tour 2018
The Northwest Pennsylvania Maple Syrup Producers Association would like to invite you to visit one of our members Maple Syrup Sugarhouse on our Taste & Tour Weekend
New York State also has a Maple Weekend, check it out at www.mapleweekend.com
Bob & Bonnie Boylan
26308 Crossingville Rd.,
Edinboro, PA 16412.
From the Edinboro exit of I-79, go west on US 6N about 2.6 miles to PA 98. Turn left (south) on Rt. 98 & go 3.8 miles to Crossingville. Turn right onto Crossingville Rd., & go about ½ mile. We are on the right side before the cemetery. Watch for our signs!
Boylan Farms is a family run operation that produces about 600 gallons of pure maple syrup per year! We have syrup for sale throughout the year in plastic & decorative glass bottles. We will be offering tours of our operation, free samples, a kids activity in our “Little Saplings Corner”, food, beverages, & a free drawing for a gift basket! Come see us, learn a little, see old friends & enjoy the day.
The Willows at Little Conneauttee
Jim and Joann Reagles
24057 Highway 99
Cambridge Springs, PA 16403
Directions: 1.2 miles north of Cambridge Springs on Route 99
Come and enjoy our “old school” maple syrup
experience. We built our sugarhouse in 2013 with the idea of keeping the time honored process of making maple syrup. We are excited to debut our new Leader 3×8 wood fired evaporator, supplied by 370 traditional buckets gathered by hand with the help of family and friends. Thank you for supporting the Maple Tour and Good Luck to all the Maple Producers
Howles Family Maple Products
Jason & Deanna and Donald & Kristine Howles
27828 Patterson Road, Guys Mills, PA 16327
Cell # (Jason): 814-720-2952
Directions to Sugarhouse: From Meadville: Take route 77 NE towards Blooming Valley. Go past intersection of route 198 about 2 miles until you reach Lyona Road on your right. Turn onto Lyona Road and immediately veer right onto Maillard Road (dirt road). Go about 1 mile and take a left onto Patterson Road. The sugarhouse is behind the last house on the left on Patterson Road. There is a large sign out front. Please wear boots and dress warm.
Howles Family Maple Products is a 4th generation maple syrup business with the 5th generation learning quickly. Updates to our sugarhouse and equipment were made in 2016. We will be open for pancake and ham breakfast, tours, and samples (including a secret new release) both days. Traditionally we offer maple candy, jelly, maple mustard, horseradish mustard, salad dressings, BBQ sauces, spices, rubs, glaze, a variety of nuts, cream, cotton candy, maple butter, and more!
Private tours available Sunday by appointment. Please call 814-724-5296 or like Howles Family Maple Products on Facebook.
Paul & Lucinda Burgess
5491 Beaver St., Springboro, PA 16435
Directions: 3 miles west of blinking light in Springboro
Come and visit our sugarhouse on Saturday March 17th. We have 800 taps and boil the sap on a 3×8 Leader Evaporator. There is over 40 continuous years of syrup making at our farm.
Shumake’s Sugar Shack
Jim & Nicole Shumake
11401 Hilltop Road
Albion, PA 16401
Directions: Approx. 2.5 miles west of Albion on 6N turn north onto Hilltop Road. Drive approx. 1 mile
Come enjoy the delicious smell of sap boiling in our cozy family operated sugarhouse. See how we started with 10 taps, 30, and now 400 traditional buckets collected with a team of draft horses. We boil on our grandfather’s restored 3×8 wood fired evaporator. We are a small operation, but love the time spent with family, friends, and neighbors. There will be delicious syrup, cottoncandy, nuts, and various other temping treats to try.
K&B Maple Syrup
10967 West Road, Albion, PA 16401
Directions: From I-79 go west on 6N. Go 6.5 miles to West Road. Turn right ¼ to sugar house.
Come see how Maple Syrup is made!!! At K & B we use a one of a kind hand-built brick wood fired arch to evaporate the raw sap that comes from our 350 taps. In addition, our automatic draw and drop flue pans streamline our maple process. After you’ve toured our facility, enjoy hot coffee and free samples of our maple products. Maple syrup, maple sugar, maple peanuts, maple mustard, maple BBQ sauce, maple peanut butter will be available to purchase.
From I-79, go west on 6N. Go 6.5 miles to West Rd. Turn right ¼ mile to sugar house.
350 taps on gravity tubing. One of a kind hand-built brick wood-fired arch. New automatic draw with new drop flue pans for improved efficiency, with air under fire. Come and check out our ‘wood pile’.
Samples of out maple syrup products, plus free coffee and hot chocolate.
Ft. LeBoeuf Maple
Bill Phillips · Lew Steckler · Jeff Nelson · AJ Byerly
2789 Dublin Road, Waterford, PA 16441 ·
(814) 796-3699 ·
Directions: We are a short 4 miles outside of Waterford. Turn east at the traffic light and go around the park. Continue east on 3rd Street to Donation Road. Turn left on Donation and travel about 3/4 of a mile. Turn right onto Dublin Road. Drive about 2 miles. Our driveway is on the right hand side at the bottom of the hill. Follow the Taste and Tour signs at each intersection! Park only a few yards from our modern sugarhouse.
Fort LeBoeuf Maple is known for its pure and delicious PA maple syrup. See how we make maple syrup from sap to boiling and bottling during Taste and Tour. Sample complimentary pure maple syrup on pancakes, as well as maple mustard, maple coated peanuts, maple butter, cookies made with maple syrup, and more!
Triple Creek Maple Products
Gary & Shirley Bilek & Family
9225 Fillinger Rd., Cranesville, PA 16410
www.triplecreekmaple.com • firstname.lastname@example.org
Directions: From 6N go north or from Franklin Center Rd. go south onto State Rd. Continue to Fillinger Rd.
From Rt.18 go east or Rt. 98 go west onto Crane Rd. Continue to State Rd. then go north on State Rd. to Fillinger Rd.
We are between State & West Rd. on the south side.
Triple Creek Maple is a family business that has been producing maple syrup since 1988. Over the past 29 years we have grown from a 10 to a 2000 tap operation using a tubing/vacuum system, reverse osmosis, and a wood pellet fired evaporator. We produce maple syrup and a variety of other maple products. Free Samples of maple products and maple baked goods will be available.
Bring the family – Free Horse Drawn Wagon Rides on Saturday.
Casbohm Maple and Honey
Chris & Cheryl Casbohm
9750 Sherman Rd., Albion, PA 16401
From I-79 & 6N west on for 6.5 miles, turn right on West Rd., 1.2 miles turn left on Sherman Rd. Our sugar house is one mile.
Start your own family tradition by visiting us this maple season. Our sugarhouse is warm and has easy access for all. Feel the heat from a crackling wood fire. See the steam rising, smell the maple sap boiling, taste the flavors of the syrup grades. We can teach you about making maple syrup or keeping bees. Looking forward to seeing you this year. Maple samples and drinks provided. We will have honey from our hives too!
Hurry Hill Farm & Museum
11424 Fry Road Edinboro PA
Jan Woods & Lisa Nathanson
11380 Fry Road Edinboro PA 16412
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From I-79 Edinboro exit, east on 6N .25 mi., turn left (north) on Fry Road, 2 miles
Free tour and free maple hot cocoa for everyone!! Wear boots & dress warmly.
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Sugarhouse: Take wagon ride or interpretive Walking Trail to the woods to see how pure maple syrup is made.
Maple museum: Many “Tree to Table” exhibits, kids activities, and you can hold the 1957 Newbery award medal for Miracles on Maple Hill,a book written in Edinboro about making maple syrup in NW Pennsylvania.
Blue Ribbon Maple Products for sale: pure maple syrup, cream, candy, and sugar crumb. Also, maple water, peanuts, cotton candy, drops and suckers, mustard, bbq sauce, pancake mix, candles, lip balm, cookies, and popcorn.
Maple Tasting Room features maple product tasting and this year the tasting donations will benefit veteran programs. We have maple hot dogs for sale to eat at picnic tables. No smoking and no pets.
Bean Hill Maple Farm
Bob and Leslie Soltis
9995 Route 6N, Albion, PA 16401
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Directions: From the Edinboro/Albion exit of I-79, go west about 7 miles.
New to the Taste & Tour! Come see how we converted our old barn into a sugarbarn and maple kitchen. Experience a backyard operation in which syrup is produced on an Amish-built 30″ by 10′ woodfired evaporator, supplied by about 800 taps on a gravity tubing system. Free samples and recipes of maple baked goods will be available. Enter a free drawing to win our basket filled with maple goodies.
Our sugarbarn is easily accessible.
Yatzor’s Maple Products
5860 Korman Rd. Edinboro, PA 16412
From Edinboro, go west on 6N approximately 1.8 miles to Fry Rd. Turn right and go .6 miles to Koman Rd. Turn left on Koman .2 miles, and our sugarhouse is on the right side of the road.
Yatzor’s Maple Products uses 7,000 taps with both buckets and tubing. They are offering free samples of their syrup along with free pancakes, sausage, and juice or coffee! There will also be candy and syrup for sale.
Maple Lane Maple Products –
Greg, Chris, Shaylyn & Cassidy Walberg
9437 Phillips Rd., Union City, PA 16438
Directions: ¾ mile south of Wattsburg on Rte. 8 to Phillips Rd. From Union City go north on Rte.8 for 9 miles, take right on Phillips Rd. Look for red barn on right. Easy access and handicapped accessible.
We are a family operaton that has been producing maple syrup since 1944. Presently we have 1,150 taps on tubing and 50 on buckets. Syrup is processed on a 3 ½ x 10 wood fired evaporator with a steamaway.
Our syrup has won numerous awards over the years; the PA Farm Show, Best in Show twice, the NAMS C for light amber category. Maple syrup, coated nuts, candy, cream, mustard, and crumb will be available for purchase. Join us for lunch where you can purchase a Smith hot dog and enjoy a free hot beverage. Take a chance on our maple basket.
Casey & Kerrie Catalfu
20110 Reed Rd., Corry, PA 16407
Take Rt. 6 towards Columbus PA. At the light past Chautauqua Brick, take the right and follow to the next 4-way stop (Rt. 426). Go straight, take the first right onto a dirt road (Stewart Rd.), and follow to the first road on left, also dirt (Reed Rd.). We are the second house on the right and will have signs.
Sweet Traditions Sugarhouse & Pancake Restaurant currently produces syrup from 2,800 taps on a wood-fired 5×14 leader evaporator and a reverse-osmosis machine. Anything from the buckets to the tubing with vacuum can be seen in operation. The New restaurant opened in 2014 and will be open, offering pancakes, sausage, and fresh syrup, candy, cream, cotton candy, maple popcorn, coated nuts, and more.
10750 Stateline Road, Clymer, NY
Directions: From Wattsburg: Go south on Rt. 8 until you get to Rt. 89. Turn left of Rt. 89 and take an immediate left onto Stateline Road. Travel 2.6 miles south on Stateline Road. Driveway will be on left hand side through red gate.
We are a family run business with roughly 3500 taps on 100 acres of wooded area. We use a 4×12 wood burning evaporator and produce of 1,000 gallons of syrup a year. We will have a variety of items for sale including syrup, granulated sugar, maple frosted sugar cookies, and other tasty treats. We will also have hot beverages and gluten free items available.
Austin’s Maple Products
13738 Route 8/89
Wattsburg, PA 16442
Directions: We are the 5th house on the right just south of Faulkner’s Gas Station and north of Wattsburg Fairgrounds on the left.
We collect sap from 325 taps on tubing and from 100 buckets. Come for a visit and see how we make maple syrup using a 2×8 wood fired evaporator with raised flue and a preheater.
Unfortunately, there are no sugarhouses from this county currently participating in the 2017 Maple Taste & Tour.
Maple Ridge Farms
1920 Fox Hill Rd, Russell, PA 16345
Directions: From Warren: Head north on Rt. 62 until you reach the intersection with the blinker light. Go east into Russell on Liberty Street, go approx. 1 mile and then turn left onto Fox Hill Road. Go 2 miles, the house is on the right, the sugar house will be up the drive way, behind the barn, watch for signs.
Stop by and see the Cable family’s modernized maple operation. While learning about the maple process, you will be able to enjoy delicious samples including maple candy, mustard and peanuts. You will be able to see the operation in working order with a wood fired evaporator and a R.O. machine that helps speed up the maple process. Our family has around 600 trees that are tapped every year and collected by a web of tubing. All of our products will be available to purchase.
Unfortunately, there were no sugarhouses from this county participating in the 2017 Maple Taste & Tour.