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Sugarbush Farm, Woodstock

Categories: Farms, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
4.5/5 based on 480+ reviews on the web
In northern New England, visit Sugarbush Farm for an opportunity to learn about the production of local favorites like maple syrup and waxed cheeses. You can visit the sugarhouse where maple syrup is produced in the spring, or find your way to the cheese workroom where cheese is waxed and wrapped after production. You'll have the opportunity to sample as many as 14 different cheeses made on site and try four different grades of maple syrup. Take a walk along a nature trail through the woods of sugar maples to learn about how the trees are tapped. The farm also has a small chapel hidden among the trees, which you can visit as well. For Sugarbush Farm and beyond, use our Woodstock travel itinerary maker to get the most from your Woodstock vacation.
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  • We arrived here in the morning, we were able to see the animals on the farm right away. We went into the store and we were able to sample everything they offer. The cheese was incredible and so was th...  read more »
  • Second visit here. Basically eight of us went to taste and buy cheese. Lot of fun. The staff is very helpful even if the cheese is a little pricey. Think little kids would enjoy the farm more. We real...  read more »
  • From playing with the goats to chatting about the plight of the small family farm and the heavy-handedness of the government with the owner, I could have stayed all day! Awesome cheeses, meats, syrups...  read more »
  • This is the real deal, a family farm and business that makes top shelf products. The maple syrup is, of course, fantastic, and you can get four grades that they make, maple cream, maple candy, the whole works. The cheese is exceptional, I recommend the Vermont light and the smoked. They greet you with cheese and syrup tasting. Now, this is not a fake place, so the grounds are rough around the edges. The shop is an old unpretentious farm house. The sugar shack is enormous but functional, not decorative. It looks like a farm set way back in the woods. So for tourists it is an authentic American family business experience. I live for maple syrup, and this is a gold mine. Prices are slightly better than in town, but volume is where you can get a deal.
  • Serene surroundings, tasty syrups and cheese. Friendly staff. They have plenty of locally produced jams and syrups for sale. Tip : They don't have a kitchen, so bring a packed lunch and enjoy one of the many picnic benches.
  • Gracious hosts greet you in this "real Vermont" cheese and maple house. Not one to usually enjoy aged cheddar, I did enjoy their 8-year-old cheddar. Don't hesitate to visit.
  • We have visited the farm several times in the last few years. Very nice owners/staff, a lot of things offered for tasting. Their cheeses are delicious, especially the sage cheddar and the horseradish cheddar. Smoked was very good too. Maple butter was a blast, my mouth is still watering when I remember about it. The farm also has some farm animals that kids can view (and pet some of them) in the warmer months, so it is a good place to visit with kids too. All in all - one of the best places to visit in Woodstock, VT.
  • We went today based on the reviews, save the trip! You can get cheese and maple syrup in every store. The roads are gravel with pot holes, the farm is run down and the staff is disinterested - we won't be back.
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