Maple Sugar Season!
March is Massachusetts Maple Month!

Sweet & Sticky!

When the days are warm and the nights are cold.sugar house
Did you ever want to see the fascinating process of how maple sap is turned into maple syrup?

Visit Ioka Valley Farm’s Sugar House and watch the sap flow from the trees through transparent tubing, into our sugar house, and boiled in our evaporators.

Come, talk to a real sugarmaker and ask your maple questions.  Spend some time enjoying the sweet aroma of the maple sap boiling in the massive evaporators.

Sugar House is open to visitors whenever we are boiling mid-February through early April.

checker pancakesTaste our pure Maple Syrup on our Delicious Homemade Pancake, Waffle, & French Toast meals in the “Calf-A.”

Our breakfast is a real “farm eating” experience complete with choices such as buttermilk, blueberry, pecan, chocolate chip pancakes, homemade corn muffins, bacon, sausage, homemade applesauce, and our Dream Sandwich.

Calf-A open weekends mid-February through early April, 8am – 3:30pm.
Also open President’s week 8am – 12:30pm. Closed Easter Sunday.

Savor the taste of the Berkshires by purchasing some maple syrup and sweet maple products to bring home.  Our New England “Northern Comfort” can be purchased year round!  Visit our Maple Online Store and place your order!

Rob’s Maple Lemonade Recipe:
1 Cup Amber Maple Syrup
1 Cup Real Lemon Juice
6 Cups Water
(of course experiment with grades of maple syrup to get your desired maple flavor)

Wholesale maple syrup accounts available, for more information and pricing email or call

Missy at missy@iokavalleyfarm.com, ph. (413) 441-5147.

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