Maple Sugar Camps & Maple Syrup Producers in New Brunswick

March means Maple Syrup, Sugar Camps, Maple Candy, Maple Cones, and lots of other yummy treats! 

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In 2024, we have an updated list of Maple Sugar Camps and Maple Syrup Producers, to help you to support local New Brunswick producers.

What makes visiting a sugar camp so fun? Sometimes, there is a pancake breakfast involved, with many opportunities to try maple syrup and other maple products. Often the producers allow you to walk the property, visit and experience the process of boiling the sap to create the maple syrup, and try some samples. Below you will find a list of the Maple Sugar Camps and maple syrup producers in New Brunswick.

We created this list back in 2018 and updated it each season with the current information.

Sugar Bushes in South Eastern Region of New Brunswick

Renton Brother’s Family Sugar Bush

Renton Brothers is a 5th generation family sugarbush located in Stilesville, which is just north of Moncton. Normally they run Saturday and Sunday from 9:30 am to 4 pm. You will find Maple Syrup, Maple Cream, Maple Candy, and more (they may even have some Maple Cotton Candy!!)
Located at 1270 Gorge Rd, Moncton, NB. *2024 Opening weekend will be March 9th and 10th. (9am-4pm) Check their page for details.

Trites Maples

Enjoy a visit to their pancake house and sugar camp. Located on Gorge Road/ Camp #4 (green roof) Maple Ridge Trail. Park near the Church and walk along the trail for 15 minutes through beautiful mature maple woods passing camp #1 (Trites Family Sugarbush camp), camp #2 (Renton Brothers camp), and passing camp #3 (Kelly’s camp) until you see the camp with the green metal roof. *Cash Only*
The 2024 season opens starting March 9th.

SATURDAYS for the RESTAURANT (cash only, no cards) and on SUNDAYS please join us as Shawn offers free educational maple TOURS at 10 am, noon & 2 pm

Fundy Maples 

Fundy Maple syrup and taffy cones are available for purchase during opening hours. Maple candy on the snow is exclusively available during tours for $2/stick.

Wednesday – Sunday 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Weekday tours must be booked in advance. Saturday and Sunday tours are open to the public and do not require pre-booking. All tours begin promptly at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.

White’s Maples

Located at 4044 Route 910, Hillsborough,  NB *2024 Maple Season **Cash, credit, and debit available. Heated dining and takeout is available
Wheelchair accessible. *Please message for group bookings

Sugarbush La Causerie

2024: Opening weekend, March 2nd

Located at 178 Sucrerie Road Sainte-Marie-de-Kent, NB. The site is open year-round for event rentals. Call: 506-955-9082

10am to 2pm Saturday and Sunday. They will have all the maple products for you. Bottles of syrup, cones, candies, Maple Cream and Maple Butter and more.

Pedersen’s Country Maple

Located at 222 Levy Rd E, Dawson Settlement,  NB. They usually offer family tours, taffy on the snow, and maple products to purchase and take home. Contact for details. *No update yet for 2024.


  • Briggs Maples
    Briggs Maples is open year-round at 2979 Main St. Hillsborough. This is their retail storefront for their wholesale business that provides quality Maple products to stores across New Brunswick. Here are their products. 
  • Château Scoudouc They are open 10-5 March break. Open year round Monday to Friday 12-5pm weekends 10-5🍁Located at 2858, route 132, Scoudouc, NB. Bring the family, including your pup (dog friendly!), and enjoy the trails, a maple treat, and even maple coffee & cappuccino! Group tours are available by appointment.
  • J. Prosser and Sons Maple Products
    They are seventh-generation maple syrup producers with a sugar camp located in South Branch, Kings County. Check their Facebook page for public openings and offerings. Located at 11286 Route 114, NB


Sugar Bushes in the Southern Region of New Brunswick

Elmhurst Outdoors

Maple Sugar Bush Tours & Pancakes. Located on the Kingston Peninsula, 65 Ganong Road, Erbs Cove, NB.
*2024 Weekend Schedule

March 16 @ 10, 11, 12
March 23 & 24 @ 10, 11, 12, 1
March 30 @ 10, 11, 12, 1
April 6 & 7 @ 10, 11, 12, 1
April 13 @ 10, 11, 12
Visits to the evaporating room, displays and sugar woods are through guided tour only. Reservations required.

Sugar Bushes in the Western Region of New Brunswick

Dumfries Sugarbush

2024: The pancake house will be open starting March 1st, 2024. They will be open Fridays from 9am -1pm (breakfast only), Saturdays and Sundays from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm throughout March until early April. (Dog Friendly)
7520 Route 102, NB (near Nackawic) Call 1-(506) 575-8277
*Cash Only*

Kings Landing Sugarbush

2024: The First Taste of Spring. Dates: March 9, 10, 16 & 17, 2024
Time: 10 am – 3pm // Tickets can be purchased online or at the Welcome Centre the day of your visit.

Located at 5804 Route 102, Prince William, NB.

Kenneth Maple Farms

2024: Open starting February 23rd, Monday to Sunday from 8h00 to 17h00) *Cash Only at restaurant. 19$ per person, kids 10 and under eat free.
Located at 71 Kenneth Rd. West Glassville, NB


  • Golden Ridge Maple Sugary
    On-site sap processing, and guided tours. Located at 571Knowlesville Rd, Knowlesville, NB (Feb 29-April 22) call 1-(506) 375-6027
  • Royalview Maples
    Locally owned and operated sugar bush in Royalton NB. Producing quality pure maple syrup and pure maple syrup products since 1991. Located at 300 Royalton Rd. Royalton, NB E7K2G9.
  • Skedaddle Maple (Hilltop Farm Group)
    Skedaddle Maple produces 100% pure, oak-aged, organic maple syrup and other natural maple products. Located at 11 Croissant Hilltop, Wicklow, New Brunswick
  • North Branch Maple Syrup– Nasonworth, NB, Small batch producer.

Sugar Bushes in North Western Region of New Brunswick

Sugar Moon Cookhouse is open March 6 to April 21, 2024. Hours are 8am-3pm daily(closed Monday and Tuesday). Taffy on the snow is included. Located at 632 Divide Rd, Divide, NB.

Sucrerie La Source De L’Erable
Large facility that offers breakfasts. Located at 265 Route 180, Des Resources Rd, Saint-Quentin, NB. Call for details 506-235-2519 

Festival de l’érable de l’atlantique
Maple Festival… For a full list of activities, visit their Facebook page.

Paradis de la Petite Montagne
Located at 472, Chemin de la P’tite Montagne, Saint-André, NB


  • Wabanaki Maple
    100% Indigenous female-owned and located on Neqotkuk (Tobique First Nation), Wabanaki Maple is proud to introduce you to this tradition that’s shared by many Peoples of the Wabanaki Confederacy; Wolastoqiyik, Mi’kmaq, Penobscot, Abenaki, and Passamaquoddy. They offer a signature line of Barrel Aged Maple Syrup products of bourbon, whiskey, and toasted oak.
  • Érablière de la Montagne Verte
    Producers of organic maple products. (sugar, syrup, caramel, and butter)  Located at 1164, du Pouvoir Rd. Saint-Joseph-de-Madawaska, NB. Coulis Divin™ products found in Atlantic Superstore, Sobey’s, Frank’s Bar & Grill, and Sucré Salé.
  • Érablière La Kabane
    St-Anne / Grand Falls, NB
  • Érablière Unique
    160 Beaulieu Road, Saint-François de Madawaska, NB
  • S.K Export Inc.
    Located near Kedgwick. Online shop available to order their products.
  • Lavoie Maple Sugar House
    A fifth-generation family-owned farm offering maple products are handmade in small batches with the greatest of care. Located at 346, Chemin David, Rivière-Verte, NB

Sugar Bushes in North Eastern Region of New Brunswick

Sucrerie Chiasson

The brunch buffet is served at our 2 locations every weekend, check linked page for details.
Located at two locations: 1871, rue Bellechasse & 244, rue des Érables,  Paquetville, N.-B. (Interact accepted)


  • Riordon Maple Products
    Products can be found at the Bathurst Farmer’s Market. Located at 9083 Route 11, Pokeshaw, NB Call:506-546-4004

1 thought on “Maple Sugar Camps & Maple Syrup Producers in New Brunswick”

  1. Both Trites Maples and Renton Brother’s share the same parking and walking trail/road. What I love is that there are 3 family sugar bushes each with different flavours along the trail so it’s almost like going to a fair. There were even fiddlers along the way last year playing old-time tunes.

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