For a great taste of Massachusetts, visit these members' sugar houses. All welcome visitors when they are boiling and offer pure maple syrup for sale. It's wise to call ahead, since local conditions can account for one sugar house boiling when another isn't. Please dress appropriately for often-wet spring conditions.
The following symbols indicate features not found in all locations:
EF: Eating Facilities
WB: Wood Fuel Used to Boil
OB: Oil Fuel Used to Boil
MO: Mail Order Brochure Available
TG: Tour Groups (by appointment)
WH: Wholesale Accounts Taken
HA: Handicapped Accessible
The list of sugarhouses is provided as a convenience and a source of information only and is not an endorsement or certification of any of those listed. Membership in the Massachusetts Maple Producers Association (MMPA), a non-profit organization, is open to all and includes commercial and hobbyist sugarmaking. MMPA cannot and does not conduct actual inspections nor certify particular sugarhouses. Individual members are responsible for conforming to all state and federal standards regarding the production and sale of maple products and maintaining compliance with all applicable regulations regarding health and safety, as well as being properly insured. Neither the MMPA, its Board of Directors, Coordinator or Membership as a whole is responsible in any way with the compliance, maintenance, conduct, process, location, physical plant or product of any individual sugarhouse. There are inherent risks in maple sugaring, including but not limited to burns from heat and steam, walking on uneven, wet surfaces in snow and mud or in the shack. Visitors to any sugarhouse assume these risks and release MMPA, its Board of Directors, Coordinator or Membership as a whole from any injury incurred at an MMPA listed sugarhouse.