Maple season in Vermont normally runs from March 1 to mid-April and is a special time when maple producers all around the state collect sap from sugar maples and boil it down to pure Vermont maple syrup. Steam billowing from sugarhouse roofs all around the state is a sign that sap is boiling.
While the Vermont maple season typically lasts from four to six weeks, it can sometimes start as early as February in southern Vermont and lasting into April in northern Vermont. Many sugarhouses are open year long to visitors.
The words Vermont and Maple have long been synonymous ... we just know you'll enjoy the Vermont maple products offered by the companies listed below.