The Bradford Woods staff is excited about the upcoming Maple Syrup season! During the seasonal switch between winter and spring, when day time temperatures rise above 40 degrees and evening temps drop below freezing, the tree sap is running. Through that seasonal transition time, they will be out tapping Black Maple and Sugar Maple trees for their precious sap. It takes approximately 50 gallons of Maple Sap to produce 1 gallon of Maple Syrup.
What will they do with all that sap? Host a Maple Syrup Camp, of course! Join them for a maple sugaring adventure, March 15 & 16 for a sugaring adventure you will never forget. The entire weekend will be centered around families getting outside to learn more about this special time of year when the trees awaken and the sap starts flowing. It is truly a magical time to be out in the Woods and explore all Bradford Woods has to offer. Both overnight and day camp options available. Highlights include an overnight stay in the Historic Manor House, home-cooked meals (including a traditional pancake lunch) and a Bradford Woods souvenir craft to take home!
Cost for the overnight experience is $190 for up to three family members (additional family members are $50 each). The day camp experience is $100 for a family up to five people ($30 each for additional family members). Children age three and under are free for both experiences.