Each year our Maple Sugar bush outside Marshall’s Creek, PA comes alive with the smell of boiling maple syrup, burning wood fires, and the sound of dripping maple sap as we experience another season of maple sugaring. Our Sugarbush, an area in the forest where maple trees are tapped to collect sap, will provide visitors with an opportunity to learn about the process and history of making maple syrup first-hand including hands-on instruction on tapping a tree.
The season runs from mid-February to the end of March and programs are provided for groups, scouts, and the general public. We also provide the opportunity to take part in our maple tree sponsor program. This sponsorship not only supports the EE Center Maple sugaring programs it also give a pint of pure Meesing Maple syrup to each tree sponsor.
The program is held on the Delaware State Forest’s Meesing Outdoor Site Sugarbush on Creek Road approximately 5.5 miles north of Marshalls Creek. Directions here
2017 was our 40th Maple Sugaring Season. There was a record 145 tree sponsors and a total of 38 gallons of maple syrup were made! We would like to thank all of those that participated. Enjoy your syrup and we'll see you next year!