Enjoy the best of March Maple Syrup Season at Waterville Valley

Spring is Maple Time in Waterville Valley - New Hampshire, the height of “sugaring time” in the heart of Maple Country. Take the opportunity to tour maple orchards and sugar shacks and learn how maple syrup is made. Taste free samples of maple products and fill up on pancake breakfasts. Here is all the information you need to create a story on this sweet travel trend.

 

From mid-February through early April, the state’s maple producers sweat and toil in their sugarhouses to boil maple tree sap down to syrup, and they invite the public to participate in this labor-intensive harvest.

Maple March 2019: Valley-Wide Maple-Themed Offerings 

 

Curious George Cottage

"Maple Syrup Project"

Every Friday and Saturday in March guests can join the staff to identify trees, tap trees, and perhaps boil syrup.  Geared towards families and kids of all ages.  Additionally, Saturday art classes will be offered with a 'Maple Tree in Winter' theme. 

 

Dreams & Visions  

Highlighting NH maple retail products

 

Bookmonger

Special display section on maple sugaring and cooking with maple syrup

 

La Tasse Cafe

Belgian Waffles with NH Maple Syrup

Maple Apple Sausage Quiche

 

Legends

Drink specials:

Maple Breakfast Stout Beer Brewed with Real Maple Syrup

Legends Maple Coffee with Vermont Ice Maple Crème, Hazelnut liqueur, and coffee

Food:  Maple Crispy Chicken Salad

 

Olde Waterville Pizza

Maple Crispy Chicken Salad 

 

Coyote Grill

Offering maple themed food and beverages

 

The Clubhouse

Serves breakfast with real maple syrup tapped from trees in Waterville Valley

 

Mulligans Tap Room & Eatery

Maple ginger cocktail with bourbon

 

The Mercantile

Maple candy & taffy

Real maple syrup for sale

Spring’s Sweet Farewell to Winter Spring is Maple Time in New Hampshire, the pinnacle of “sugaring time” in the heart of Maple Country. March 22 and 23, 2003 is Maple Weekend in New Hampshire. And, with more than 50 sugarhouses open throughout the state, New Hampshire’s spring ritual of making syrup is emerging as a popular weekend travel adventure. Take the opportunity to tour maple orchards and sugarhouses and learn how maple syrup is made. Taste free samples of maple products and fill up on pancake breakfasts. Gather sap with horses or oxen, take a horse-drawn hayride, watch a sap gathering contest with up to 20 teams of horses, or tour barnyards to see common and exotic animals. Here is all the information you need to create a story on this emerging travel trend.  From mid-February through early April, the state’s maple producers sweat and toil in their sugarhouses to boil maple tree sap down to syrup, and they invite the public to participate in this labor-intensive harvest. Maple Weekend brings special activities throughout the state, with inns and restaurants offering package deals.