28 Feb 2022

Maine Maple Sunday® 2022

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Maine Maple Sunday® 2022 is March 27!

Join Maine maple syrup producers as they celebrate the springtime sap harvest. They will host the 39th Maine Maple Sunday® Weekend March 26 and 27, 2022. The springtime tradition happens the fourth Sunday in March. Some sugarhouses are open Saturday and Sunday.

Most sugarhouses offer maple syrup samples and demonstrations on how pure Maine maple syrup is made. Many farms offer games, activities, treats, and sugarbush tours. 

Tips for a successful visit

  • Each site is different – Review schedules and hours of operation, types of complimentary, or ticketed activities, samples, tours, shopping, etc. 
  • Dress for the weather and the season – Changing temperatures, melting or accumulating spring snow and mud puddles are common. 
  • Before you head out – Check for schedule changes. Use local listings, webpages, social media, or call the business.

Local Listings – Find a sugarhouse to visit on March 26 or 27 for Maine Maple Sunday® 2022

Enjoy Pure Maine Maple Syrup Year-Round!

Can’t make it to an in-person tour? Wherever you are, you can learn about Maine maple syrup. Learn about this special farm product onReal Maine’s Harvesting Maine Podcast. In the maple episode, producers discuss their passion for making pure Maine maple syrup.

There are many ways and places to buy pure Maine maple syrup. Real Maine members are a good place to start your search. You will find Maine maple products at sugarmaker’s or other farmstands, local grocery stores, and via mail-order. After you get or gift your Maine maple syrup we suggest checking out this recipe collection. It shows the many uses for maple syrup. The flavorful ingredient can be used in baked goods, snacks, main courses, sides, desserts and beverages!

On Maine Maple Sunday sugarhouse tours offer visitors a chance to learn about pure maple syrup and the different flavor profiles of U.S. Grade A maple syrup.
Pure maple syrup in liquid form must meet sugar content and visual requirements to earn U.S. Grade A standard.
There are four color and taste variations- ranging from Golden Delicate, Amber Rich, Dark Robust and Very Dark Strong.