Welcome to Nebraska Knoll Sugar Farm

Each spring since 1980 we, the Coty family, have tapped sugar maple trees in the foothills of Mt. Mansfield. The mountainside sugarbush slopes up from Nebraska Valley in Stowe, Vermont, six miles from the village and part of the scenic view from Trapp Meadow.

Visitors are welcome year-round (all-wheel drive recommended in winter). Our retail room features maple products for sale at sugarhouse prices and a display of photos and artifacts.

NO VISITORS’ BOILING HOURS Wednesday, March 20th. It’s too cold for the sap to run. OPEN 10-5 FOR SALES OF THIS PAST WEEKEND’S SYRUP.

DRIVING CONDITIONS, Wednesday March 20th. Variable spring conditions - some mud, some dirt, some ice. ALL WHEEL DRIVE ONLY.

VERMONT MAPLE OPEN HOUSE WEEKEND, March 23 - 24, 10am - 4pm both days.
Serving sugar on snow and pickles (no charge), sap coffee, doughnuts. We hope to be boiling.
Parking at the sugarhouse is limited. If able, please park on Nebraska Valley Rd. and walk up.


Maple sugaring comes with the territory here in northern Vermont. The Nebraska Knoll "terroir" - the unique quality of our syrup - derives from the soil, the weather on the knoll, and the blend of traditional and modern practices particular to the Coty style of sugarmaking.

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