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Roy's Maples, a family operation for more than 60 years, is located in northern Vermont near the Canadian border. We meet the strictest standards when making our quality products. We are inspected by the Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food and Markets and receive a food safety certificate. Our syrup is also certified organic by NOFA.

During the early years gathering sap was done with a horse and sleigh! Today, over 4500 trees are being tapped with plastic lines running from the trees to the sugaring house. Our farm consists of large tracts of maple trees. Until recently, we operated a dairy farm consisting of 275 head of Holsteins of which 124 were milked twice a day. The cows are gone and we now devote all their attention to the maple business.


Roy and Shirley started Roy's Maples in 1959

Roy and Shirley


Today, four generations continue to make maple syrup.

Three generations of sugar makers.

Still a family operation


Wood shed is full and ready for another season. 

Roy's great grandchildren. A fourth generation of sugarmakers carrying on the family sugarmaking tradition.


Roy's Maples was featured in a recent issue of the Northland Journal.

Roy's was featured in the Northland Journal




Today, Roy's Maple Syrup continues to win awards for quality.

Roy's Maple Syrup won a Blue Ribbon.

The old and the new ... sugarhouses from past to present ...
Here are some pictures:


Sugarhouse 1


Another view of Sugarhouse 1.

Sugarhouse 2
house 3
house 7
house 8
2020 Pic
2020 Pic 2

Other Resources:

Vermont Maple Festival

Vermont Maple Sugar Makers Association

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