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Maple Sugar Houses in Litchfield County

Maple Sugar Houses in Litchfield County

Maple syrup is produced from the sap of maple trees, which is collected from late winter through early spring and processed in sugar houses located throughout Litchfield County. Many sugar houses are open to the public. You can view their boiling process and buy their maple syrup and products. To be sure sugar houses are in operation, always phone ahead. Some years are better than others. Looking for more fun winter activities for you and the family? Check out 30 Things to do in Litchfield County this Winter!

Anstett’s Sugar Farm
The Anstett family welcomes you to tour their farm specializing in maple syrup for the past 30 years. Check the web site for hours and boiling times during the months of January through April. Hours are by appointment only during the off season, please call to schedule a time.

542 East Greenwoods Road

Brookside Farm
Open for visits mid-February through March. Maple syrup sold year round. Please call ahead.

79 East Chestnut Hill Road

Brothers and Sons Sugarhouse
Open year round. Watch syrup being made during February and March. Free tours. Sugarhouse is accessible to the handicapped. Groups welcome. Call ahead.

998 Saw Mill Road

Dutton’s Sugarhouse
Visitors may watch sap collection and syrup being made during February and March. Groups always welcome. Call ahead.

28 Sunny Ridge Road

Flanders Nature Center Maple Sugar House
Each year Flanders taps and collects sap from dozens of trees at the nature center and around town. They have a lovely sugar house which is open for tours.

Sugar House at 
Flanders Nature Center and Land Trust
5 Church Hill Road
203.263.3711, ext. 12

Great Brook Sugarhouse
Operated by The Youth Agency, the Sugarhouse is open to the public and syrup is sold year round. Educational tours of the sugaring operation are available. Call for info and availability. Open house weekends, which include displays of early sugaring techniques, are held during March. Call ahead for dates and time.

140 Park Lane
(Route 202)
New Milford

Hilljack Sugar Shack
Open 7 days a week 8:00am- 6:00pm. There are extended hours for sugaring season. Visitors are encouraged to stop by anytime. Free tours of facilities. School groups welcome. For tours larger than 7, please call ahead to schedule.

74 Wilson Road

Institute for American Indian Studies
They offer an annual Maple Sugaring Festival in March.

38 Curtis Road
(off Route 199)

Kasulaitis Farm and Sugarhouse

Open 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturdays and Sunday. See syrup being made in mid-February to the end of March. Phone ahead. Maple syrup sold year round.

69 Goose Green Road

Laurel Brook Farm Maple Syrup. Open all year. Phone ahead.

390 Norfolk Road
(at Route 44)
East Canaan

Sullivan Farm
For the next 5 weeks, through the end of March, the staff and students will be tapping over 1600 trees and producing some of Connecticut’s finest Maple Syrup.

140 Park Lane
New Milford

West Hill Sugarhouse
Maple syrup for sale year round. Sugarhouse open during the season. Small groups welcome. Call ahead.

525 West Hill Road
New Hartford

Woodbury Sugarshed
Sugarhouse open to the public. Saturdays and Sundays from February 28 through March 28 for maple syrup demonstration hours 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Open daily year round. Phone ahead.

41 Washington Road
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