Sugarbush Cheese & Maple Farm



591 Sugarbush Farm Rd, Woodstock, VT 05091 Visit Website | 800-281-1757 |


Cost: Free admission. Parking: Yes

Sugarbush Farm is a working family farm that offers the public tasting and education about maple sugaring and cheese products. Each family is invited to a free sampling of the various cheeses from mild to super extra sharp cheddar aged 6 years, the four grades of maple syrup and many Vermont jams & mustard.

The sugar house is open year-round. During the off-season, you can learn by watching the displays & seeing the 4 season video. During the maple season, you can experience the actual boiling process. You will also enjoy a nature walk to see how trees are tapped, farm animals to pat during the warmer months, and a farm store with many Vermont products and toys for kids.


2 reviews
  • April 25, 2011
    "We visited the farm just past sugaronsnow season. However we were still able to taste the different grades of maple syrup and sample all of the varieties of cheese in the shop. The staff was warm and friendly allowing us as many samples as we needed before settling on the smoked cheddar for our daughter and the 3 yr old for us. Outside we spent some time with the draft horses and we saw the entrance to the farm chapel and farm walk but it was too cold to go for a hike."
    - missmagpie
  • April 11, 2009
    "A great place to visit with the family. Kids love the tasting table, especially the maple syrup samples. Ask for a Junior Sugarmakers quiz sheeet, visit the sugarhouse and walk the maple walk to find the answers and earn a Junior Sugarmaker Certificate. There is lots of open space for kids to roam with picnic tables and during the warmer months some farm animals to visit with including usually a baby calf, rabbits, chickens, and goats. A herd of cattle and Belgian draft horses are usually in the pasture. The farm store in the 1865 farm house has not only the farm's syrup and cheeses, but some Vermont crafts,and toys for kids that are age related. Reviewer is affiliated with this organization."
    - betsyluce

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