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Top 5 Tips for Visiting Sugar Moon Farm

in the Sugar Season 

(March-April)

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1.  Check our sugar season hours (we're open weekends year round + daily in summer ) We don't take reservations + we're open Saturday and Sunday right now, 9 am to 5 pm.  

2.  Check the Sap Journal to find out how the maple season is going.   We try to post updates so that you can catch a boil.  There are free tours all day.  And sugar on snow, of course.

3.  Dress for winter.  We're usually snowier than anywhere else and we've got great trails to snowshoe or hike.  And if it's a nice day, and we're boiling, there may be a wait for a table - being dressed for outside is key!

4.  Come before 10 or after 2 to beat the crowds + check in with the hostess when you arrive.  The hostess is usually just outside the door.  Put your name on the list for a table in the dining room, and then take off and explore!  You could even go to Earltown General Store, or Tatamagouche Brewing Company and come back!  Or snowshoe the Rogart Trail or the trail to the sugar woods.  We don't take reservations.  No more busses expected this season.  

5.  Go for a woods hike or snowshoe.  You don't want to miss this part of your experience.  We rent snowshoes - reserve ahead or by chance.  Ask staff about the great trails.  Check TRAIL CONDITIONS.


 

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