Tours

Maple Season Tours

We offer scheduled tours in the spring, from March through the first week in April, as this is when the sap is running at its best. We are able to accommodate any age group from children to senior tours. For school age children we are able to provide an educational benefit with math, science, and weather. We will be boiling sap, producing Maine Maple Syrup on our modern wood fired evaporator as long as the sap flow and temperatures allow. Tours can be as in depth as the guests would like.  We can do anything from a brief around the sugar house, to complete "scientific explanation" starting in the sugar woods and ending in the sugar house, tree to syrup tour.  Plan on about 1-2 hours depending on the level of involvement and group size.

All tours receive syrup and maple treat tastings, as well as complementary ice cream with our Pure Maine Maple Syrup.

 

Our Maple products will be available for purchase after the tour.

Tours are offered from 9-4 both Saturday and Sunday of Maine Maple Sunday Weekend

We are an outdoor venue with portable handicap accessible restrooms.  If you have any questions please contact us as we attempt to accommodate most.

Off Season Tours

Off season tours are available on a limited basis, as we are not operating the sugar house.  The Evaporator will be in its summer storage mode, and tanks will be stored in the sugar house.  The sap is not flowing but we are able to give you a tour, with a full start to finish explanation of how we make Maple Syrup.

As always tours finish with maple treat tastings, as well as complementary ice cream with our Pure Maine Maple syrup.

Our Maple products will be available for purchase after the tour.

Off Season Tours must be scheduled in advance by emailing dunnfamilymaple@gmail.com or calling Scott at (207)671-4262. Off season tours do not have a fee, but require a $100 minimum purchase of our maple products.

We are an outdoor venue with no restrooms available for off season tours.  If you have any questions please contact us as we attempt to accommodate most.