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13th Annual Taste & Tour Weekend

We invite you to spend the weekend exploring the heart of the Pennsylvania Maple Producer. Each of these sugaring operations are unique in their own way.

Saturday, March 19, 2016

10:00am to 4pm

Sunday, March 20, 2016
10:00am to 4pm

There are many members of the Northwest PA Maple Association covering five counties: Crawford, Erie, Warren, Venango, and Mercer.

The following gives a description of each maple producer that is participating in the 2016 Tour & Taste Weekend. Feel free to contact any of the producers for information on syrup making and available products throughout the year. Come join us!





Click here for a Map of Sugar House locations



New York State also has a Maple Weekend, check it out at www.mapleweekend.com

Warren County


Maple Ridge Farms - Loren Cable


1920 Fox Hill Rd, Russell, PA 16345

 (814) 757-5449



From Warren: Head north on Rt. 62 until you reach the intersectionwith 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.


Erie County


K&B Maple Syrup - Keith Talbott


10967 West Road, Albion, PA 16401 (814) 756-0926



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 ·


Follow the Taste and Tour Signs at each intersection. In 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 ¾ 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. We are just a short 4 miles from Waterford.

See how we make maple syrup from sap to bottling in maple containers. Our sugarhouse is modern and just a few yards away from where you park. Experience the taste of Pure PA Maple Syrup. Enjoy free delicious maple syrup on pancakes. Taste our famous homemade cookies containing pure maple syrup. Other samples include maple mustard, maple-coated peanuts, maple butter, and more. Ask Lew: About his new tubing runs to collect sap.

Ask Bill : Which state makes the best maple syrup?



Triple Creek Maple Products

Gary & Shirley Bilek


9225 Fillinger Rd., Cranesville, PA 16410 (814) 756-4500

www.triplecreekmaple.com triplecreek@nwsd.org


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 (814) 756-4781

www.mapleandhoney.com chris@mapleandhoney.com


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.


Casbohm Maple and Honey has family history of making maple syrup since the early 1800s! Currently we produce 150 gallons of pure maple syrup per year. We are proud that our maple syrup won first in all three classes at the Crawford County Fair in 2014, including Best of Show for our Medium syrup! Maple sap from 640 roadside taps is boiled on our 3x10 wood-fired arch. Custom-built stainless pans, plus a new canister filter press, ensure that you are being provided the highest quality maple syrup products. Come and visit our sugarhouse, smell the sweet maple in the steam, warm up near the evaporator, and set a spell. We will have local Goldenrod honey available from our family's hives, along with our maple products.


Hurry Hill Farm & Museum

11424 Fry Road Edinboro PA


“Premier Exhibitor” Pennsylvania Farm Show & PA Preferred

Jan Woods & Lisa Nathanson

11380 Fry Road Edinboro PA 16412

Home 814-734-1358 Cell 814-572-1358 Like us on Facebook

www.hurryhillfarm.org email: hurryhillfarm@verizon.net


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.


Sugarhouse: Take wagon or walk to the woods to see how pure maple syrup is made. Maple Museum has many “Tree to Table” exhibits, kids activities, and the 1957 Newbery award medal for book Miracles on Maple Hill. Blue Ribbon Maple Products for sale: pure maple syrup, cream, candy, and sugar crumb; and maple peanuts, cotton candy, mustard, bbq sauce, pancake mix, suckers, candles, and popcorn. Maple Tasting Room features products tasting, maple hot dogs, and picnic tables. No smoking or pets.

Pancake breakfast at Edinboro Presbyterian Church Rt 6N east Sat. 3/ 19 8:30am-2pm. Benefits “Garden of Edin” project.


Yatzor's Maple Products
Jeffery Yatzor

5860 Korman Rd. Edinboro, PA 16412 (814) 450-4056



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 (814) 739-9422



¾ mile south of Wattsburg on Rt. 8 to Phillips Rd. Look for red barn. From Union City, go north on Rt. 8 for 9 miles, take right on Phillips Rd. First and only farm on right. Easy access and handicapped accessible.


Maple Lane Maple has been producing maple syrup since 1944. Over the years a lot has changed, but the finished product is still the same. Presently we have 1,000+ taps with ¾ on tubing and ¼ with buckets. Sap is gathered with tractors and boiled on a wood-fired 3 ½ x10 evaporator with steam-away. Buy a Smith's hot dog and enjoy a free hot beverage. Maple syrup, maple peanuts, maple cream, maple candy, and maple mustard will be available for purchase.



Sweet Traditions

Casey & Kerrie Catalfu


20110 Reed Rd., Corry, PA 16407 (814) 964-1124



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 5x14 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.


Crawford County


Boylan Farms - Bob & Bonnie Boylan


26308 Crossingville Rd., Edinboro, PA 16412.

(814) 734-5078



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!


We are a family run operation that makes about 600 gallons of pure PA maple syrup a year. We are a dealer for Sunrise Metal Shop & have a 2x4 evaporator on display. We have many products for sale & have syrup available throughout the year in plastic & decorative glass bottles. Come see us, learn a little, see old friends & enjoy the day. We have tours of our operation, free samples, a kids activity in our "Little Saplings Corner", food, beverages, & a free drawing for a gift basket.

Thank you!



The Willows at Little Conneauttee

Jim and Joann Reagles

24057 Highway 99,Cambridge Springs, PA 16403

Phone#: 814-720-7016

Email: jrjr89@verizon.net


1.2 miles north of Cambridge Springs on Route99


Come and enjoy our "old-school" maple syrup experience. Using the advice of many local sugarmakers, we built our sugarhouse in 2013 with the idea of keeping the time honored process of making maple syrup. With the help of family and friends, we use a 3x6 wood fired evaporator, supplied by 180 traditional buckets all gathered by hand. This will be our third year in operation and we look forward to being a part of this year's tour.



Sleepy Creek Honey & Maple Syrup


Norm Pratt, Lester Sherred, & Mike Brauen

22399 Cemetery Rd. · Venango, PA 16440 (814) 398-4021

Sleepycreek@yahoo.com – http://agmap.psu.edu/businesses/5203


From Edinboro, take Rt. 99 south towards Saegertown. Where Rt. 99 curves left towards Cambridge Springs, stay straight at Y onto Plank Road. Drive 4.4 miles then turn right onto Cemetery Rd. Drive .5 miles on Cemetery Rd., Sugarhouse is on the left.


At Sleepy Creek Honey and Maple Syrup you can learn what it's like to be a sugar maker first hand, with our family-run operation. Watch our 3 ½' x 12' wood-fired evaporator boil down sap from the 1,400 taps that we collect from sap lines and buckets. New for 2016: PA Certified and Home Grown By Hero's certified. Wine tasting from our very own maple wine and mead, Sugar Bush Tour (weather dependent) & plenty of free samples to go around. We will have hot beverages, snacks, and lunch items like the ORIGINAL MAPLE HOT DOG, and honey-maple ham sandwiches. A 10% discount will be given to all military members with proof of ID, and Dairy Goat Milking demonstration (11 A.M. both Saturday & Sunday). For updates on our season, hours, and prices, check us out on Facebook: Sleepy Creek Honey & Maple Syrup.




Howles Family Maple Products

27828 Patterson Road, Guys Mills, PA 16327 (814) 724-5296 www.Howlesmapleproducts.com email: Jason@bvlas.com


From Meadville: Take Rt 77 Northeast towards Blooming Valley. Go past Blooming Valley and take a right onto Lyona Road (2nd road past interstection of  oute 198). Immediately veer to the right onto the dirt road (Maillard Road). Take the first road left (Patterson Road). Our sugarhouse is behind the last house on the left. Watch for signs along route and out front.


It has been an exciting year for us with many renovations. We have added a tank room with two new 5000 gallon tanks, a computerized 3- 1/2 x 14' evaporator, and expanded to 5000 taps. While the majority of our sap comes from tubing systems we also put out 200 buckets. We haul sap in on a 1700 gallon fire truck tanker. We will have a pancake and ham breakfast available all day while supplies last and samples of mustards, salad dressings, BBQ sauces, cream, baked goods, cotton candy, maple butter, and more! Also browse our dealer catalog and visit our off site supply store.



Venango County
Unfortunately, there are no sugarhouses from this county currently participating in the 2015 Maple Taste & Tour.


Mercer County
Unfortunately, there are no sugarhouses from this county currently participating in the 2015 Maple Taste & Tour.