You won't want to miss this fall event where you can explore the maple industry and its many offerings. You can enjoy specialty products like syrup or candy made from our state's favorite sugar tree and experience an amazing variety of activities for every age group!
The Vermont Maple 100
Vermont is a mecca for those looking to get out and explore this fall. With hundreds of maple activities, adventures, or even just nature-inspired products you can find something that will suit your needs in the state's capital city Burlington as well as other nearby locations.
Here are some of the things that you can do during this family fun event that takes place mostly outside. This is ideal for families that want to enjoy fun activities and still be able to stay socially distant.
Scavenger hunt through the sugarbush
Birds are a common sight in Vermont, so it's no surprise that many bird species live here. But how do sugar makers affect these eco-systems? Learn what you can do to help! The Vermont Cheese Council has also planned a fun scavenger hunt where you can learn more about the environment, history, Vermonty cheeses, and maple creemees too! Find out more here.
The Vermont Creemee Trail
Vermont is known for its delicious maple syrup. Check out these spots on the "Vermont Maple Creemee Trail" to find your favorite way of enjoying this sweet flavor! Learn more.
Walk on a Farm Trail
Maple trees are beautiful and produce delicious sugar, but it doesn't stop there! You can take an on-farm trail and explore autumn as you make your way towards Thanksgiving — all while enjoying stunning views that change with each season. Find a farm trail here.
Learn more about sugar making
From sugarmaking to sugar harvesting, Vermont has a lot in store for the whole family this fall! Visit any one of many farms across the state with events and demonstrations on making maple candy as well as learning about how it’s made from beginning to end. Here is a list of sugarmakers.
Find food in your backyard
Vermont library systems are hosting community discussions, nature walks and demonstrations that feature local food activities Vermonters have been doing for generations. Topics touching on hunting and fishing as well as gardening will be discussed along with more fun things like maple sugaring or foraging. Look for these events October 11 - 17. Find out more.
To make the event even more fun, you can download and print your own BINGO card. Just mark off each activity as you do it and see if you can get a BINGO! Get it here.
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