On-going guided 45-minute tours will lead visitors through the Center's sugaring operation, including a working sugarhouse and a re-creation of Native American and early colonial sugaring methods.
Participants can watch as pure sugar maple sap is collected from the trees and turned into delicious maple syrup. Fresh syrup will be available for purchase while supplies last. Wear boots, as our trail is often snow-covered or muddy! Depending on sap flow, the sugarhouse will also be open each weekend in March for visitors. Call ahead to see if Audubon staff will be boiling sap.