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Looking for local maple syrup orchards and sugarworks in Whatcom, Skagit and San Juan Counties?  There are also listings for every other state, tours, festivals, syrup making demonstrations, history, facts, related events and fun!" Scroll down this page and you will see the aall of thoses in Whatcom, Skagit and San Juan Counties, sorted by county. ALWAYS call before you go to confirm the info, they don't always report changes to me!

And if you know of one I missed and want to add it or correct the information, please let me know!  

Updates for October 2021

October The new sapping season starts in late winter; typically from mid-March to mid-April in most maple-syrup producing areas, when temperatures are below freezing at night and above freezing during the day. Tours usually begin in early Spring! That's a great time to visit a maple sugar orchard or sugarworks and see a sugaring demonstration; watch them make maple syrup!

Where are Maple Syrup farms/orchards/sugarworks, etc.? Well, they're not in Hawaii or Florida, for sure. They are concentrated in the northeast and upper midwest in the US and the eastern half of Canada, even though maple trees do grow in the northwest.

Maple Syrup listings, by county

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San Juan County

Skagit County

Whatcom County

  • Neil's Bigleaf Maple Syrup Farm -
    2213 Hudson Road, Acme, WA, 97702. Phone: 800-504-9002. Email: info@neilsbigleaf.com. Open: see thwie website; most ordering is done online; this is a seasonal business (March-April). Directions: located about 2 hours north of Seattle, and about 30 minutes east of Bellingham Located at the end of Hudson Road in Acme, Washington (Drive all the way to the end past the little bridge). The syrup is made from the local bigleaf maple, a type of maple tree that has a broad canopy and is native to the West Coast. It grows from San Diego, Calif., all the way north to British Columbia's Vancouver Island.