March 16th-17th, March 23rd-24th, 2024

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Visit a NYS maple producer farm for a delicious, fun-filled outing that has a little something for all maple-lovers to taste and experience.

March 16-17 & 23-24 2024

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Taste the Tradition

What is Maple Weekend?

Maple Weekend is a chance for the public to come to the farm to learn about New York’s maple sugarmaking processes and traditions and to provide a chance to taste pure maple syrup in its many forms – right from the source.

This event is organized and sponsored by the New York State Maple Producers’ Association. We are proudly funded by both our members and the NYS Department of Agriculture and Markets.

Quick Info


March 16-17 and March 23-24, 2024. 10am to 4pm – exceptions noted by individual farms.

How much?

Tours and product samples are offered at most sites free of charge (museums are the exception).


All over the state! View the producer map to find locations near you.

More questions?

Head on down to the Frequently Asked Questions section

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Attend Maple Weekend

Maple Weekend is happening all across NY State! To attend, check the producer map for member participation near you.

Visitors to Maple Weekend can:


Taste a pure and natural food product at its freshest and in its many forms!


Learn and understand how maple syrup and other maple confections are made.


Partake in the experience of unique family traditions of making maple syrup in New York State.


Celebrating New York’s first agricultural harvest of the season in a family-friendly environment!


Connect with the people who annually make New York the second largest maple producing state in the United States!


Share in the many ways to cook and bake with maple syrup, maple sap and other maple drinks and products.


Behold the amazing, sustainable agriculture practices at their very best!

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General FAQ

Maple Weekend is March 16th–17th, and March 23rd–24th. 10am to 4pm – exceptions noted by individual farms. 🍁

Well, it is March in New York, so the weather can be quite unpredictable. Many locations are rustic and most will be muddy. Dress in layers, wear closed-toe or insulated footwear, and wool socks are recommended!

Great question! Tours and maple product samples are offered at most sites free of charge (museums are the exception).

On-site pancake breakfasts, where available, may incur a per-plate cost, and prices vary by location.

Maple Weekend happens at locations all across New York State. This is agri-tourism at it’s best – come right to the farm to see the process, smell the delicious smell of maple sap cooking down to syrup, and taste many of the maple products made right there on the farm.

1995 was the first year, where the tradition began as a single day – “Maple Sunday”. 2024 is the 28th year of an event that now officially spans four days on two different weekends.

Great question! Please visit our Producers Map page and use the location field to enter your town or city’s name, or add your postal code to see each of the closest maple producers in your area.