2021 Maple Sugaring Events in Southeast Wisconsin

Updated: Mar 9


Your 2021 Maple Sugaring Guide is here! Find interactive, hands-on events that are perfect for kids & families. Tap a tree, learn how sap turns into syrup, and taste the sweet stuff at the end of your journey.


Maple Sugaring events typically occur at the end of February through early April.


Riveredge Nature Center

4458 County Rd Y, Saukville, WI 53080

Late February - Early April

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Riveredge Nature Center is the go-to destination for all things maple sugaring in Southeastern Wisconsin. This year, they're offering Micro-Sugaring Home Tapping Kits and in-person events like Riveredge Family Excursions, the Maple Sugarin' Shindig, and their annual pancake breakfast. Click here for the full schedule.


Wehr Nature Center Maple Sugar Days

9701 W College Ave Franklin, WI 53132

Saturday, March 27 & Sunday, March 28

11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Pre-purchased tickets required

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Celebrate the spring thaw and our Wisconsin heritage at Wehr’s annual Maple Sugar Days. The pandemic edition of their beloved event will be held entirely outdoors and follow all public health protocols to keep visitors and volunteers safe.


The program includes a short walk to the sugarbush, a visit to an old-time sugarin’ camp, a boil down demonstration and stories about the Native American origins of maple sugarin’.


While they can’t serve pancakes due to the pandemic, we will send you home with a sample of authentic Wisconsin maple syrup to enjoy, along with a craft kit for the kids. Space will be limited this year, so go on-line at https://friendsofwehr.org/public-events/ and register via your Milwaukee County Parks WebTrac account.


Maple Syrup Family Day

Saturday, March 27, 2021

Richfield Historical Park (1896 State Road 164, Richfield, WI 53076)

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Come see maple trees tapped, sap dripping into the bags fastened to the trees, and steam hovering above the boiler while the sap bubbles. Experience pioneer life by helping render lard. And, try a delicious taste of maple cotton candy. Click here to find out more about this event.

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