Are you looking for a fun thing to do this weekend with the kids , then you should check out the Maple Sugar Farm Tours to see how maple syrup is made. Matfield Maple Farms in West Bridgewater offers tours of their farm each weekend in March as they are making their maple syrup.
Maple Sugar Time
Maple Sugar Season 2017
Outside guided tours are being offered Sundays in March. The 5th, 12th, 19th and 26th at Noon and Again at 2 PM. Reservations are required as space is limited. The fee is $8.00 per person.
Reservations may be made on our tour page.
Tours for 2017 Are Scheduled in March by reservation only
Schools, scouts, groups
Please call or e-mail us to book your time and date as soon as possible. Reservation with payment is required to secure your date.
Come view maple syrup made keeping with old traditions using new technology. The tour includes a hike through our farm approximately 1/4 mile into the woods where the trees are tapped, plumbed and the collection tanks are. Compare the taste of maple sap to maple syrup. Hear about the history, weather relationship and heritage of sugaring. View Natural FDA certified springs and visit with some furry llama and sheep friends.
Everyone should dress appropriately for weather, including boots! The evaporator may or may not be running depending on sap availability.
Tours may be arranged on these days. The fee is $8.00 per person with a 10 paid person minimum. Children Under 3 years of age are free.
Tour length varies, so plan atleast for an hour.
Everyone should dress appropriately for the weather. Especially boots!! The evaporator may or may not be running depending on sap availability. Please bring enough chaperones to supervise children. Children may not be left unattended.
Our gift shop has packaged syrup, sugar, candy, collectibles and tree taps. Patronage is appreciated to help support our farm.
Did you know? Patronage from our supporters has allowed us to improve our maple farm! Our paths are updated this year, and we continue to expand our efforts to preserve the tradition of maple sugaring in New England.