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At the end of road there’s a gem of little store- full of excellent made in Vermont products. Cheese and maple samples when you first walk in- the grounds are beautiful- the little chapel etc- if I am in Woodstock again will definitely be stopping...More
This was a great stop for us during our adventures through the Woodstock area. The maple syrup is delicious and learning about the process was very interesting. The quick video was worth a listen, but I got the most information from chatting with the ladies...More
It was a decent trip but at the end of the day it was just a cheese and maple syrup tasting. You can do this at a various amount of places along your way to just about anywhere in VT. The cheese was delicious, we...More
Road to get there was very cramped and, overall, we didn't feel it was worth the effort. Typical farm, however, the staff was very warm and pleasant.More
Date of experience: September 2018
sugarbushfarm, Owner at Sugarbush Farm, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago
Hi Bradys Not sure if you came to our farm since the snow has fallen and you felt the road was cramped because the snow plow had not yet made its second pass plowing or what. Our town maintains our roads but when it snows...More
Great people, both family and staff. Friendly and welcoming. Wonderful samples of Vermont cheeses and farm-produced maple syrup. Lovely and reasonable shop. Arrived here on first day of snow in 2018. Hope to return!
While vacationing in New England, we knew that we wanted to visit a maple farm, and chose Sugarbush Farm. We were so glad that we did. We loved everything about it. From their sample room; to the cute little store where you can buy anything...More
Sugarbush is basically a giant store segmented into 2 or 3 rooms. Tastings of cheeses and maple syrup were not memorable in presentation. Servings were very tiny and the staff member conducting the cheese tasting seemed not to enjoy her job. Nor was there an...More
We were looking forward to our first visit to a maple sugar farm and we always love to taste cheese. The tasty area was pretty crowded even though we visited on a rainy day and there were few people there. The staff person who conducted...More
This was a stop on our Fall foliage trip. It's a nice little farm tucked away on a hillside. The directions are a little tricky as roadside signs are not at every intersection. It was quite crowded when we went on a weekday morning. They...More
Response from sugarbushfarm | Property representative |
Hi, Thanks for your interest. Our farm store is in an 125 year old farm house that has 2 steps going into the tasting room and another step into the part with the farm store....we have folks that can help pull a wheel chair... More
Hi, Thanks for your interest. Our farm store is in an 125 year old farm house that has 2 steps going into the tasting room and another step into the part with the farm store....we have folks that can help pull a wheel chair up those steps.
If you are thinking of coming within the next few weeks which is maple season the roads are muddy but town maintained . We have handicapped parking right near the farm house steps. The trail is natural terrain and is not even wheel chair suitable during summer dry days and certainly not during "mud"season. The sugar house is about 500 feet from the main farm house, down a hill with steps and railing so that doesn't work well for wheel chairs..in the summer we have some folks who push such chairs down an alternate path to the sugar house but its a big push back up the hill. If you google sugarbush farm and check our web site you can see our visit the farm page you can review how to make maple syrup on our video there. Hope this helps.