Morse Farm Sugar Works



1168 County Road, Montpelier, VT 05602 Visit Website | 800-242-2740 |


Ages: All Ages Cost: Call for Pricing Parking: Yes

Maple Sugaring farm with lots of land to trek and maple themed products and tours. Creemees and Maple Kettle Corn are just some of the featured delights. Sugar on snow is also a big event during the winter (available upstairs on the glassed-in deck Saturdays & Sundays in March Noon-4 pm; except Easter). They also feature one of the smartest goat's in the world. This critter operates a pulley system that you can fill with feed, you have to see it to believe it. Morse Farm is also a world-class cross country Nordic ski and snowshoe touring center. Owned and run by Vermont icon and renaissance man Burr Morse.

Open daily year-round. 

They also have a creemee stand here.  They are open 8am to 8pm and serve creemees during those hours.  They have maple, chocolate and a twist of the 2 flavors.  The sizes are baby, small, medium and large.  



4 reviews
  • June 18, 2014
    "Love this place! G at least once a month, great view, quirky, delicious, lots of treats and I love the goat out back who feeds himself out of rope and pully bucket system"
    - Morganjacquescftc
  • August 27, 2009
    "Really close to Montpelier. Very nice place. Beware that the sugar making video they show has some salty language in it they provide that disclaimer up front about that and it ended up being OK overall."
    - visitorfromNC
  • June 24, 2009
    "This is our favorite creemee stand, and we live 30 minutes south in East Randolph. Beautiful view and great maple creemee, or maplechocolate twist my fav. And everybody just marvels at that goat!"
    - capgemlib
  • March 25, 2008
    "Do not have kids myself but have been there on several occasions with my good friends little ones ages 1 and 5. They love the maple goodies and the goat is something to behold. Highly recommend if you want a true Vermont experience and want some sweet treats as well. I have not cross country skied here yet but hear great things and see that the parking lot is almost always full."
    - josh

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