UP Maple Online Store Coming Soon.
In the near future you will be able to buy genuine U.P. Maple Syrup from our online store.
We are a small family owned Maple Syrup Producer in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. We make our Maple Syrup from Mature Sugar Maple Trees growing on the hill tops along the Southern Shores of Lake Superior and Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore.
The Lake Superior rain that nourishes our trees gives U.P. Maple Syrup a wonderful unique flavor, that once tried is not soon to be forgotten.
Our Maple Syrup is 100% Pure and Natural.
If you can’t wait till the store officially opens. Use the contact us button to let us know how many bottles of Maple Syrup you would like.
If your in the Munising, MI area, you can also buy U.P. Maple Syrup and Maple Sugar at Johnny Dogs located at 106 Lynn St. in Munising. Johnny Dogs is also a great place to eat natural locally sourced good food at a fair price.
Tapped the Maple Trees here in Munising, MI a couple days ago. Trying out the new 3/16 inch gravity vacuum tubing in part of the Sugar Bush this year. Like what we see so far.
We are getting close to tapping the Maples here in Munising, MI. Hoping to see the sap flowing in the next couple weeks.
Upgrading some of the Sugar Bush to the new 3/16 inch gravity vacuum tubing this year. We are excited about expanding our operation. Sugarin’ is in our blood.
We tapped the first Maple Tree here in Munising a few days ago and the sap is starting to flow.
The weather looks promising and were hoping for a great season.
We are going to start tapping the Maple Trees here in Munising, MI next week.
Looks like Spring is coming early to the UP.
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Just received our new evaporator pan from Smoky Lake Maple in Wisconsin.
Very impressed with the quality workmanship, excellent value, and quick free shipping.
Looking forward to a good sap run this Spring.
We had a fantastic sugarin’ season here in Munising, MI.
Here is some of the Maple Syrup we made.
We just tapped the Maple Trees here in Munising, MI. Still a little cold for the sap to flow well, but temps are supposed to warm up later this week. Looking forward to some fresh Maple Syrup.