williams farm sugarhouse

this past weekend, i was craving family time and a road trip, so we combined those two and headed to central massachusetts to visit the williams farm sugarhouse:

sela at Williams Farm sugarhouse via seejaneblog

the smell of maple is billowing out the top of the sugarhouse…

Williams Farm Deerfield, MA

boiling the fresh maple:

KJ at Williams farm sugarhouse via seejaneblog

wood pile williams farm sugar shack via seejaneblog

maple treats via williams farm sugar shack

maple frosted donut from williams farm sugar shack via seejaneblog

increidbly delicious waffles from williams farn sugar shack via seejaneblog

pure maple syrup from williams farm sugar shack via seejaneblog

have you ever visited a sugarhouse? do you have a favorite one in the northeast? i’d love to know. those williams farm waffles were worth every minute of the two hour drive… if you go, make sure you go hungry!

a little bonus to our half-day trip, we spontaneously stopped by the magic wings butterfly conservatory and although it might not look like much from the outside – their frog/reptile collection is amazing and their collection of butterflies – the different types + HOW MANY they have is absolutely incredible! we’ve been to at least a half dozen butterfly exhibits with our kids over the years and this place easily tops them all!

you  are welcome to follow along on our adventures via instagram, @see_jane

{photos by me, Jane Rhodes}

6 responses to “williams farm sugarhouse

  1. If only we’d known while we were there! I’m sure you can imagine the reaction to the conservatory! You have so many gems close by; I’m glad you’re taking advantage!

  2. As a kid, I loved visiting the maple tree farms (I guess that’s what they’re called?). It’s a big thing here in Canada. I love how many adventures you go on as a family. I truly, truly hope I am able to do the same with my future children!

  3. Hi Jane,

    I’m an editor at Grandparents.com and am writing a round-up of the best breakfast dishes in the country. I’m including Williams Farm Sugarhouse waffles with their fresh spring maple syrup and your photo would be perfect to illustrate!

    Is it alright if I use it? I’d of course credit you and link back to your blog.

    Thanks for your time,

    Sara

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