MAPLE OPEN HOUSE 2021
While we love to show off our sugar house and how Maple Syrup is being made to as many folks as possible, our top priority is the health and safety of our guests and our team.
Silver Lake Syrups will celebrate the 2021 Maple Syrup Season with an Open-House weekend on
Saturday March 27 and Sunday March 28 from 1pm to 6pm,
welcoming visitors while following these safety measures:
Visitors from out of State must adhere to Vermont’s quarantine guidelines.
No one who is experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms is allowed to enter the sugar house.
Hand sanitizer will be provided for our guests.
The sugar house will have limited capacity based on social distancing guidelines. We welcome one family at a time, no more than 4 guests inside the sugarhouse at one time.
All guests must wear a mask and must observe strict physical distancing of 6 feet.
All guests will be required to give contact information for contract tracing only.
Products for Sale - we will have sugarhouse waffles with fresh maple syrup, baked goods, and of course fresh Maple Syrup for sale. In addition, we offer local raw honey from the bees next door. We accept cash and checks, orders can also be placed online and picked up in the sugar house at any time.
Private visits - we will accommodate sugar house visits on any day we are boiling. Call ahead to schedule a time for your private visit. (802) 234-1647
At Silver Lake Syrups, We Are More Than Maple!
OLD-FASHIONED Family Fun
Locally owned, family sugaring in the heart of Barnard, Vermont. Our syrups are made with love, care, and hours of hard work!
Pure Vermont Maple Syrup
Caramelized Spruce Tip Syrup
from our neighbors!
We are proud to support our neighbors and the bees next door who have been hard at work producing raw Vermont honey!
We LOVE their honey and think you will too!
“We had an awesome visit! I'll always love Maple, but the rhubarb syrup was <3. We definitely intend to return!”
“What an awakening! I could not have asked for anything more refreshing or better than this delicious Syrup from Vermont.”
— June H.