Tuesday, April 7, 2015

2015 Maple Experience is a wrap, but Maple fun continues at The Rocks!

Thanks to everyone who came out to the farm to enjoy the 2015 New Hampshire Maple Experience this year! While our official Maple Experience season is a wrap, there is plenty to do at The Rocks Estate throughout the year, and we hope you’ll visit us again soon.

If you missed the Maple Experience weekends, don’t despair! Check out our custom private tours – from maple to moose and wild flowers to wild turkeys, we’ll build a guided tour around your interests! (Visit our Blog post about custom tours, or contact us at (603) 444-6228 or info@therocks.org to learn more.)

And if you simply can’t get enough maple, join us Saturday, April 11, for our annual Maple Dinner at The Rocks. The dinner is catered by Chef Joe Peterson of Franconia, who skillfully works maple into each delectable course. The Maple Dinner benefits The Rocks Projects Fund, which helps finance educational programs offered year-round at the farm. Reservations are recommended. More information, including the menu, is available at our online calendar.

The Rocks’ also offers a self-guided Maple Experience tour during the summer and fall. From July through mid-October, visitors are invited to stroll the Maple Trail at The Rocks and visit the interactive museum. The trail meanders along old stone walls, through forest, field, and sugar orchard. Interpretive signs along the way share information about the Estate’s enchanting history as well as the time-honored tradition of maple sugaring.

Our hiking and walking trails are open year-round, and The Rocks hosts a variety of events and educational discussions throughout the year. To find out what’s happening, please visit our online calendar. We hope to see you at the farm soon!