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New Brunswick is one of the world’s top maple syrup producers. Here are some of the authentic sugar camps you can visit around the province to enjoy the spring harvest.
Sugar shack that can accommodate 120 guests for Sunday brunch. Taffy on the snow and maple products for sale on site.
This modern maple sugar establishment, located near Edmundston, Lac Baker and the U.S. border, invites visitors to savour its quality maple sugar products.
Taste Briggs Maples’ quality maple products and visit the processing plant and retail gift shop/museum to see maple syrup bottled and transformed into sweets treats.
Visit Trites Maples and taste taffy on the snow, watch the process of sap to syrup, buy maple products and enjoy a good feed at the pancake house.
Sucrerie Chiasson offers a sweet variety of maple products and, during sugaring-off season, hearty brunches at its two sugar bushes in Paquetville.
This 54,000-tap operation presents a video on the history of syrup making and taffy-on-the-snow is available.
All-you-can-eat buckwheat pancakes, wood-fire baked beans in maple syrup, grilled-to-perfection sausages, scrumptious maple syrup, camp coffee, tea or juice.
Enjoy taffy on the snow, maple treats and homemade pancake breakfasts in a log cookhouse with a spectacular view of the river valley.
Rustic maple-sugar camp bordering a river. Wood-fired evaporator, traditional taps and buckets and panoramic view. Maple taffy on the snow and brunch available.
During maple season, tours are available by appointment, featuring maple taffy-on-the-snow.
Family owned operation of about 8,000 taps. Sap processed on-site with reverse osmosis and evaporation.
Discover various maple products: traditional or novelty candies, sweet or salty treats, maple for yourself or as a gift… there’s something for everyone!
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