See the Fuller’s Sugarhouse Maple Syrup Process in Action during Maple Weekend, March 24 + 25
Late March is maple sugaring season — a sweet time of year to visit northern New Hampshire. Plan to visit Fuller’s Sugarhouse during March 24 +25 from 10 am to 3 pm to learn how maple syrup is made — it’s a fascinating experience for all ages!
Enjoy great views of New Hampshire’s mighty Presidential range on the way to our sugarhouse located on 2021 White Mountain Highway (Route 2) in Jefferson, NH. We will take you on a walking tour of the woods to see how we collect the sap from the maple trees. Please dress accordingly for the weather and muddy conditions. Inside the sugarhouse, you will see how we convert the sap into our pure maple syrup. If weather permits, we will be boiling the sap.
Throughout the weekend, we will be serving sugar-on-snow, maple coffee, donuts, and samples of our 2018 pure maple syrup and candy. We hope to see you!
Among its many accolades, Fuller’s Sugarhouse syrup has been named to Gourmet magazine’s Top Ten list and has been judged “Best in the World” by the North American Maple Syrup Council. Shop in person or online at the family-owned business and treat yourself or send a package of pure joy to your family and friends. They’ll think of you every time they pour that liquid gold over their piping hot pancakes or waffles.
Owned and operated by Dave and Patti Fuller since 1972, Fuller’s specializes in creating outstanding gift baskets. Customers can select from pre-made baskets or have one custom-made. Shipping is available worldwide.
The sugarhouse’s shelves are stocked with maple syrup in a variety of sizes and packaging, including decorative glass bottles. Need a small sweet treat? Check out the delicious maple candies and maple cream. The gift shop also carries a carefully curated selection of specialty items from all over New England, including jams, jellies, sauces, popcorn, hand lotion, soaps, pottery, and brass bells.