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Toad Hill Maple Farm will play host to guests from throughout the region during the two upcoming Maple Weekend tours. As the largest producer in the region with a state of the art production system, visitors will get to experience modern maple production and learn how we produce some of the best maple products available anywhere. If the weather cooperates, guests will get to see sap flowing from the sugarbush, through the production process and turned into finished syrup. Free samples of fresh syrup and other products will be available to delight your taste buds, so plan to visit us with your family and friends for an enjoyable learning experience in the Adirondacks. See our directions page for dates, times and directions.

Toad Hill Maple Farm-The Galusha Family's Sweet Life in Athol, by Persis Granger

Adirondack Life MagazineToad Hill Maple Farm has been featured in a “Working” section article written by Persis “Perky” Granger ( in the March/April 07 issue of Adirondack Life Magazine. The article traces the history of Toad Hill Maple Farm from it’s very beginning when Randy and his brother Patrick found some old sap spouts in their father’s barn to it’s modern production facilities. Along the way, Perky shares some of the family stories that will both entertain and educate the reader about the perils and evolution of maple production at Toad Hill.



Adirondack Cuisine CookbookA gourmet cookbook inspired by traditional Adirondack fare, this cookbook of over 200 recipes includes over 30 recipes that use pure Adirondack maple syrup produced by Toad Hill Maple Farm. As a featured purveyor of a main ingredient in many of these tasty dishes, Toad Hill Maple Farm was selected as one of the region’s most outstanding producers of fine maple products. This cookbook presents a cuisine that is both rustic and refined. Chef Armand offers sumptuous yet easy-to-follow recipes for each course and season. Published by Berkshire House Publishers and written by Armand C. VanderStigchel and Robert E. Birkel, Jr. this book is available online through and other suppliers.


A comprehensive look at the history and evolution of Toad Hill Maple Farm from it’s early beginnings to it’s modern production facilities. The June 2005 issue of the Quarterly includes an 8 page collection of the Galusha family’s recollections of years gone by. Collected and organized by author Persis “Perky” Granger ( into a down home story of the development of Toad Hill Maple Farm. Available from the John Thurman Historical Society at:


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