Explore Maine Maple Sunday Weekend
Maine Maple Sunday is always the fourth Sunday in March with many sugarhouses opening their doors for both Saturday and Sunday. And there is no better place to celebrate all things Maple than in Maine's Kennebec Valley. Many Maine Maple Producers Association members in Kennebec and Somerset County offer events and activities during Maine Maple weekend (see the list below).
Did you know? Somerset County in Maine is the largest maple syrup producing county in the U.S.
Celebrating Somerset County’s status as the top maple-producing county in the United States, the 13th Annual Skowhegan Maple Festival running from March 22 to 24, celebrates all things maple with fun activities and events for all ages, pancake breakfast, maple marshmallow roasting, a maple leaf hunt, food tasting, and more! New this year is the inaugural Maple Madness Basketball Tournament. This weekend-long event is not to be missed.
Learn more about Maine Maple Sunday Weekend on the Maine Maple Producers website and make a plan to visit one of these local sugar shacks here in Maine's Kennebec Valley:
Bacon Farm, Sidney | 207-547-5053
Battleridge Syrup, Clinton | 04927
Cobbs Hill Sugarhouse, Mount Vernon | 207-620-2326
Corson Farms, Pittsfield | 207-841-5636
Eureka Farms, Palmyra | 207-944-2185
Haulk’s Maple, Madison | 207-474-8047
Hay’s Maple Shack, Athens | 207-654-3804
Luce’s Pure Maple Syrup, Anson | 207-696-3732
North Star Orchards, Madison | 207-696-5109
Poulin’s Maple Syrup, Windsor | 207-445-5030
Raider’s Sugarhouse, China | 207-968-2005
Sawyer’s Maple Farm, Jackman | 207-668-7705
Smith Brothers Maple Syrup, Skowhegan | 207-474-3491
Strawberry Hill Farms LLC, Skowhegan | 207-431-1481
Wilson Family Maple Syrup, Albion | 207-453-6969
Y’s Farm, Winslow | 207-872-6857