Visit Ioka Valley Farm’s Sugar House.
Watch the fascinating process of
turning Fresh Maple Sap into Pure Maple Syrup!
Come, talk to a real sugarmaker.
Ask your maple questions during the maple sugaring season.
Come see our sugarhouse addition & renovations!
Rob and his wife, Melissa, revived the art of maple sugaring in 1992 with 13 taps and mom’s kitchen stove. Today, Ioka Valley Farm has more than 9500 taps and two modern boilers housed in the sugar house, built especially for production of the sweet treat. In the spring of 1997, they converted the
farm’s calf barn into the “Calf-A,” serving pancake meals with their
own maple syrup during the sugaring season.
Ioka Valley Farm’s Sugar House is open to visitors whenever we are
boiling, mid-February through early April.
Wholesale maple syrup accounts available, for more information and pricing email or call Missy at
firstname.lastname@example.org ph. (413)738-5915.
The maple tree is “tapped” and the pipelines collect
the sap and bring it to the sugar house.
Spring Maple tap lines are run and maintained in
all types of weather. Sometimes there’s snow…
…and sometimes there’s not.
Top: Does all the maple sap go in there? Checking the boiling maple sap to make sure it’s “just right”
Our maple syrup is also used over pancakes
and waffles in the Calf-A.