GREENWICH, N.Y. — Did you miss your maple fix this spring? You’re in luck: this year, you can do your leaf-peeping with a side of maple! New York’s Fall Maple Tour will allow you to visit a number of local maple producers October 9-18. The producers in the Upper Hudson region will open their doors to visitors looking to enjoy the region’s maple assortment and experience how New York’s delicious maple products are made. And the producers will ensure the safety of visitors by following recommended Covid-19 safety precautions.
In the Southern Adirondack region, visitors have a plethora of choices of sugarmakers to visit. In Washington County, stop in to Grottoli’s Maple in Middle Granville, Mapleland Farms in Salem, Rathbun’s Maple in Whitehall, or Wild Hill Maple in Salem. Doors are also open at MCR Maple in North Creek, Peaceful Valley Maple in Johnstown, and Sugar Oak Farms in Malta.
There’s something for everyone no matter which of these producers you visit, from samples and breakfast to demonstrations and self-guided tours. And here’s your chance to start your holiday gift-giving – there will be a great assortment of gift options for even the most particular person on your list!
For more information about what each of these producers has to offer as well as each individual farm’s hours during the Fall Maple Tour, find the details at upperhudsonmaple.com. You can also check the website for the full list of participating producers if you just can’t get enough!
–Upper Hudson Maple Producers Association
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