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At The Farm

Free Admission - Free Samples
Open 9am-5pm weekdays, weekends and holidays.
 No reservation needed.  Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas.



Sample our Pure Vermont maple syrup at the farm and let our family explain the process of making syrup and the differences in the grades.

visitfarm-video.jpg View 4 1/2 minutes of Vermont beauty during the four seasons at Sugarbush Farm. Watch how maple sap is collected and boiled into pure Vermont maple syrup. View how our cheeses are hand packaged for safe shipment and travel. Meet the 2nd, 3rd and 4th generation Luce family and make friends with the farm animals.
visitfarm-sampling.jpg Enjoy personal service while sampling cheeses including Sharp Cheddar Cheese aged over six years and Original Naturally Smoked Cheese. If you are following the Vermont Cheese Trail this stop will let you sample both cheese and maple syrup all at one farm.
visitfarm-sugaring.jpg Visit the sugarhouse and learn how maple trees are tapped in the spring and how maple syrup is made. Display is open year round, although the actual maple syrup making season is usually in March and April.
visit-farm-cutting.jpg See the work room where we hand wrap and hand wax the cheese, making the cheese suitable to carry or ship home.
visitfarm-shopping.jpg Shop the three room farm house gift shop. We can ship your purchases home or to friends and family.
horses11.jpg Walk on the nature trail to the maple sugar woods. Follow the path the draft horses use in the spring to collect the sap. Learn how maple trees are tapped both with buckets and plastic tubing which saves the family sap collection time.
g0ats.jpg In warmer months kids and adults enjoy making friends with the farm animals.
chapel1.jpg Spend some reflective time in the farm chapel built by Jeff Luce and used for both weddings and personal quiet time.

Take a family photo for great memories of your trip to Vermont. Send Gift Baskets for the holidays to extend those memories.
  Folks say the fantastic views alone are worth the drive. Picnic area, peace and quiet and room for children to run and play safely.
 "An absolutely beautiful spot. A perfect place for my first trip to Vermont." Jack and Ruth, Atlanta GA  
   "Enjoyed all the tastings and learned a lot about how maple syrup is made. Thanks for allowing folks to visit." David and Bonnie, Seattle WA
 "Beautiful Farm! Great alternative to the usual tourist stops! Excellent cheese, the kids want to move here." The Stams, FL  
   Read reviews on TripAdvisor
To view directions and a printable coupon,
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 Vehicles over 10 feet tall please call for alternate directions.