Contact Us at (207) 282-2998

We sell maple syrup all year!


Maple sugaring has a long history here at Cole Farm. Andy’s grandfather Robert and great-grandfather “Pa” collected sap in 40-quart milk cans and boiled it down with an outdoor evaporator. When the syrup neared the finishing point, it was transferred into the kitchen and finished on the stove. The syrup was kept for the family; none of it was sold.

Sugaring stopped for a while in the 60s, but was revived when Andy’s cousin Clark moved back to the farm in 1972. Clark built the current sap house in 1976 and syrup making moved inside in 1977. Today, all the syrup that we sell at the store comes through Clark’s sap house and is bottled on site. In 2022, we became more involved in the maple sugaring process. You may notice that our bottles are now labeled as “Cole Farm Maple.” We’re proud to carry on this family tradition.

In addition to syrup, we also sell supplies so that you can try this fun winter pastime for yourself! We carry buckets, covers, and metal spouts if you wish to tap the old-fashioned way, and we have tubing, connectors, and spouts if you’re collecting on a larger scale. We have empty jugs, hydrometers, and books to help you along the way.

We carry half-pints, pints, quarts, half-gallons, gallons, and specialty bottles.

Don’t live near us? We can ship!
Give us a call or send an email and we will determine the best way to ship our pure Maine maple syrup to you.
(207) 282-2998


Coles with outdoor evaporator-1940's
Boiling sap outdoors, 1940s
Cole cousins gather around the outdoor evaporator, 1940s

Modern Times

Equipment awaiting the start of the sugaring season
Collecting sap
Boiling sap in sap house
Sap house during a snowy season
Sap collecting with tubing and tanks
Boiling the sap in the evaporator
Andy pouring sap
Collecting Sap
Evaporator Tank

Photos courtesy of Clark Cole

Our Phone:
(207) 282-2998

Fax: (207) 282-0826

Our Address:
13 Cole Farm Road
Dayton, Maine 04005

Using GPS – type in 559 River Rd., Dayton


Monday – Friday 8:00-5:30

Saturday 8:00-4:00

Closed Sundays, New Year’s Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas.
We close at 4PM on Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve. 

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