We will be open for Maple Month 2021!! We’ll have tours of the sap house and show you the sugaring operation each weekend during March from 10am to 4pm. Masks are required while you’re on the farm, for the sake of visitors and our crew. We have 3000 taps this year and are aiming our sights on a big syrup production: the woodshed is full, the sugar maples are just waking up, and the crew’s spirits are high. Along with sugaring, we also have lambs in the barn, cows over the fence, and a horse in the wooded pasture! Directions to the farm can be found on our website (please start your journey to the farm from the Warner Village). Our road is muddy and the walk the sap house can be icy, so please drive carefully and wear the right footwear.
We are also currently offering our world famous syrup via the good ol’ US Postal Service. Syrup ships well in flat-rate boxes so, if you’d like to order, just follow the link on our website: https://kearsargegorefarm.square.site/product/maple-syrup/1
Our farm is a small, family-run farm in the foothills of Mt. Kearsarge in New Hampshire. Our syrup is made on a wood-fired evaporator. We burn wood harvested sustainably from our own land. We have found remnants of at least two old evaporators on our property, indicating that these maple trees have been providing sap to families and communities here for many generations before ours.
We have a good sugaring community here in Warner, see if you can time it right to stop by all our friend’s sap houses too!