Southern Vermont in the fall is nothing short of majestic, filled with rich colors and picturesque landscapes. Vermont is also a leading producer of maple, filled with sugarhouses.
The Fullerton Inn is surrounded by some exceptional sugarhouses and we have highlighted several to help you plan your perfect fall getaway.
Dutton Berry Farm
Although the name will have your mouth watering for the taste of fresh berries, the Dutton Berry Farm is a multi-facetted farm that also houses a wonderful sugarhouse. They put out over 3,000 taps every year as proud members of the Vermont Sugar Makers Association.
Paradise Farm Sugarhouse
Located just a short drive from Fullerton Inn, the Paradise Farm Sugarhouse is one of the few sugarhouses that offers private tours. They make their maple syrup right on the property and offer a variety of foods including hot cider and fresh donuts. It also offers a country gift store that has a variety of maple syrups and products.
Robb Family Farm
The “Robb Family Farm” was first established in 1907 which means that they have bene producing maple sugar for decades. They offer three different grades of maple syrup, including fancy, medium amber, and dark amber. Learn more about those tastes here.
Hidden Springs Maple
Hidden Springs Maple is a gem within a 30-minute drive of Fullerton Inn and offers maple that is 100% natural and locally produced. They also have a charming farm store that sells maple products from various local maple farms, including their own, of course! This is a stop you don’t want to miss.
Book a stay with Fullerton Inn & Restaurant in Chester, Vermont and visit the many local sugarhouses surrounding us.