Moncton Maple Sugar Camp – Book a Tour
The City of Moncton's Maple Sugar Camp is the only municipally-owned sugar shack in Canada and in 2021, it is celebrating its 21th anniversary of operation under the City of Moncton!
The City of Moncton Sugar Camp will be closing for the 2021 Season on Saturday April 10th at 3pm. Limited tours still available before closing date April 10th by contacting Heather Fraser directly by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 506-383-6700.
Moncton Maple Products will be available year round after sugar camp closes at Resurgo Place the Moncton Museum.
Don’t miss out on participating in a Canadian spring time tradition: visiting a sugar camp/shack! At the City of Moncton’s sugar shack, you will use all of your senses to experience and see how raw sap is transformed into various 100 % pure maple products.
Visits and tours to the City's Maple Sugar Camp are weather dependent and cancellation notices are announced on the City of Moncton's Facebook page.
Moncton Sugar Camp Guidelines:
- Due to COVID-19 restrictions, tours are limited and only available upon request. As COVID-19 related regulations evolve, be sure to check this page often for important updates.
- Moncton Sugar Camp offers home delivery and pick-up at 6 Dewey Road (Turtle Creek, NB).
- Open from 10 am to 3 pm, from Monday to Friday, and 9 am to 12 pm on Saturdays. Closed on Sundays.
- Call Heather Fraser at 506-381-4285 for information on prices, products, pick-up or delivery services.
- Products offered are maple syrup bottles (ranging from 50 ml to 750 ml), hard maple candy, maple butter, maple cream, maple sugar, and taffy cones (boxes of 6 or 12).
- Payment methods: cash or cheque only (no card payments will be accepted).
- Free Admission
- Seasonal and weather dependent
Pails to Pipeline Tours
The Pails to Pipeline Tour takes you on a learning journey of the history of maple camps, the specific trees that are tapped, the nutritional value of maple (free nutritional card) , how to cook with maple (free cookbook), the evolution of technology to create maple products, and quick facts along the way.
To experience the City of Moncton’s Sugar Camp, visit us daily in March and April according to the above schedule, when weather permits. To ensure your tour achieves the highest level of educational experience, please reserve them in advance. Before your visit, check the website and the City of Moncton’s Facebook Page for closures due to weather.