Baker's Maple Syrup is a small Maine maple syrup producer, making maple syrup and maple sugar-coated peanuts from our 900 taps. We are located on the east branch of the Piscataquis River in Shirley, Maine. We are located 1000-1300 feet in elevation so our maple syrup season starts later than the southern parts of the state. Charlie has been tapping (1,000+) trees on his family's homestead property for 20 plus years. Our products are sold at the sugar-house, and the Gallery on the Lake in Greenville.
Maple Syrup Season is usually the 3rd week of March to the 3rd week of April. Maine Maple Sunday is always the 4th Sunday of March with an open house at Baker’s Maple Syrup with demonstrations, samples, and tours all day.
Contact us for boiling information, sales, and tours by arrangement:
To get here, take Route 15 North from Monson. Take Lower Shirley Corner Road into Shirley. Go through the center of Shirley. Take a right at the Town Office/Old School House/North Road or across from the Cemetary. Our sap house is 1/2 mile on the left, at the first driveway.