At Harding Hill Farm, we produce nearly 1,000 gallons of maple syrup each year. This family tradition is a great way to end the winter and begin our spring. The Webb Family has been making syrup for three generations and over 50 years, and our previous sugarhouse on NH Route 103 dated back to the 1920’s. In 2019/2020, we constructed a new sugarhouse abutting our main farm at the corner of Stagecoach Road and NH Route 103, just a few miles east of our previous spot. We’re 3 miles from Mount Sunapee Resort and 3 miles from historic Sunapee Harbor. The new building gives us much needed space, visibility, and accessibility from recreation trails.
Our maple sugaring operation now has 2,500 taps on about 30 acres of forest. The sugarhouse remains wood-fired, and we use our own firewood to fuel the evaporator. It’s always a family affair, so please join us to celebrate spring in New Hampshire. Our sugarhouse tours and retail shop are open every weekend in March and usually early April too.
Take a Tour of our Sugarhouse
Sample Fresh Maple Syrup
Visit Our Warm Retail Shop – Maple Syrup, Candy, Cream & More!
Our Freezer is Stocked with Homegrown Grass Fed Beef