The Silloway Family has been sugaring since 1942 in Randolph Center, Vermont. Tradition pairs with the latest advancements in technology to produce the finest maple syrup and products from the healthiest trees. The family owned and operated facilities run on solar power and their sap is boiled over a traditional wood-fired arch. Learn more about Silloway Maple.
People are welcome to the sugarhouse for a tour, samples, and maple shopping, year 'round. The sugarhouse shop is stocked with maple syrup, candy, cream, almonds, infused syrups, bourbon barrel aged syrup, and offers creemees in season. They tap 6,200 trees and the trails go through the sugarwoods.
Come see how maple syrup is produced, and the beautiful land that it comes from. We love to share our farm with others who do not have the pleasure of working on the land. You will have a private experience on our natural sugarwood trails.
Cross country skiing, snowshoeing, and hiking.
- View the amazing connecting saplines that run to tanks, a wide variety of trees, birds, and wildflowers (in season).
- To find the trails, follow the arrow to the sugarwoods and look for yellow flagging; hoping for maps soon!
- The trails aren't groomed, but gone over by snow mobiles and side-by-sides.
- Trails can be steep and wet.
- Dogs, bikes, and baby jogging (in season) are welcome.
Amenities & Other Info
- They offer a porta-potty and there are clean restrooms at The Barn, at exit four on I89, about ten minutes from the sugarhouse.
- There is good cell service in the area.
- Birders and photographers welcome.
- Please avoid the electric fence by the horse pasture.
Their sugarhouse store is open daily with maple products and free samples; they serve creemees seasonally.