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Woodville Maples

217 Wood Street, Hopkinton, MA 01748

(508) 341-5108 or

Our Story

In the late winter of 2006, we got the idea to make maple syrup from the many sugar maple trees in our yard. We started out with ten taps and boiled over an open fire outside. The hobby quickly became an obsession and we have been expanding ever since. We built a sugarhouse and currently have over 100 taps. We continue to boil over a wood fire, though now it's in a 2'x6' evaporator. We sell our syrup locally and help others get started in maple sugaring in their own back yards.

Our maple syrup is made right here in Woodville, Massachusetts, a village of Hopkinton. We tap our trees each February, depending on weather conditions and collect it daily - mostly by hand. Between 40 and 60 gallons of sap need to be boiled down to make one gallon of maple syrup. Needless to say, it takes a lot of labor and time to make our pure maple syrup, but one taste makes it all worth while.
Visitors Welcome

We typically welcome visitors on the weekends.  Our boiling schedule depends upon the weather conditions and sap flow.  It's best to check our Facebook page for the times we are open to the public.  Of course, you can call or email for syrup or honey products any time.

(508) 341-5108  or

2014 Syrup Prices

Quart $20

Pint $11

12 oz. Glass bottle $9

Half-pint $7

Honey, too!

In 2012, we started keeping bees. We sell our raw honey in 1 lb. jars for $8.

Miss the taste of summer? We still have Goldenrod honey available.

Bottles and Jugs
Fall 2014 Update
It has been a busy season in Woodville.  We've added maple candy, maple cream, and cotton candy to the products we offer.  Now that the farmers market season has come to a close we'll turn our focus toward filling everyone's gift orders.  If you have something specific you'd like for the holiday season - particularly large or customized orders, be sure to let us know soon.

The bees are packing away their stores for the winter and the trees are moving into their dormant stage.  We'll continue to put up firewood and make some upgrades to the boiling process - and of course we'll keep an eye out for stands of maple trees.

We'll continue to post regular updates, photos, and videos of our activities including how the bees are doing on our Facebook page.

If you start running low on syrup or honey, give us a call, text or email us.

(508) 341-5108  or


We are proud members of the Massachusetts Maple Producers Association. For more information about maple sugaring, recipes or even making your own syrup, visit
We are also members of the Worcester County Beekeepers Association, the oldest county beekeepers association in the country. For more information about beekeeping, visit