March is Maple Month and Pennsylvania has opportunities to add some sweetness to your life this sugaring season! From maple queens to all-you-can-eat pancakes, dare to discover how maple production plays a sweet role in the Keystone State.
Get your maple fix in the Laurel Highlands, a region bustling with maple production. In this neck of the woods, more than 90 maple farms and nearly 120,500 taps produce approximately 27,000 gallons of maple syrup every year! Local businesses — including distilleries, cafés, and restaurants — take pride in these sweet riches and incorporate maple syrup into their recipes, products, and experiences. In this road trip, you’ll get to explore the Laurel Highlands from tree to table. From learning the ins and outs of maple production and its history to indulging in specialty bites at local eateries, you’ll find there’s no such thing as too much maple.
Experience the maple tradition with the Annual Maple Weekend in Potter and Tioga counties. The massive two-county festival takes place every March and includes 17 participating farms. Explore as many of the listed maple farms your sweet tooth can handle!