Cool nights and warm days are arriving, which gets the sap a'flowing. The staff will be demonstrating making maple syrup, and continue the Bray Family tradition on the property, which began more than 150 years ago. Traditional and modern equipment will be sued to make syrup as well as information regarding the folklore, history, and science about maple trees. During the tour, visitors will leisurely rotate through the Maple Grove, History Hut, Sugar Shack, and Sugar Shop, which takes about an hour.
Dragonwood Maple Syrup will be on-site with their locally-produced maple products. Other vendors will also be present with fun treats.
Enter the park from the Hinkle Road parking lot. Groups will be picked up by our wagons and transported to the first station. Dress for the weather and potentially muddy conditions. Wagons pick up approximately every twenty minutes.
Tours start approximately every twenty minutes and last about one hour.
Date: Saturday, February 29 Time: 10:00 am – 3:00 pm (tours start approximately every 20 minutes and take about one hour) Ages: All Cost: Free Location: Bray Family Homestead Park 4528 State Road 38 Noblesville, IN 46062 Pre-registration: Not Required