Satisfy your sweet tooth with a taste of real maple syrup at Mt. Pisgah State Park on Saturday, March 10, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Join them at the Sugar Shack to tap a maple tree, discover some facts about the history of maple sugarin’ and to gather the raw sap to be boiled down into maple syrup in the sugar shack.
Mt. Pisgah State Park staff will be demonstrating the “boiling down” process with the wood-fired evaporator in the sugar shack.
Weather permitting, bring your sled or make a snowman. Come for a sample and discover the natural taste of pure maple syrup, while enjoying a day with your family in the outdoors at Mt. Pisgah State Park.
This program is free and open to the public. In addition to scheduled programs, group programming can also be arranged.
For more information about programming or the park, contact the office at (570) 297-2734. Mt. Pisgah State Park is located three miles off Route 6 between Troy and Towanda.