Maple Syrup Camp
Join your friends and Bradford Woods staff on a sugaring adventure to learn how Native Americans and Pioneers made maple syrup. Learn how to identify and tap a maple tree, collect the sap, and (if the weather is right) cook the sap into maple syrup to take home. We will also explore primitive tools, make crafts, and more!
Parents are invited to a pancake dinner Saturday at 5:00 pm to enjoy the Maple Syrup with everyone. Cost per visitor is $10.00 per person with children 5 and under free. Please sign up for dinner when you register your child.
Cost: $80 per camper
Times: 7:00 PM Friday March 13 through 6:00 PM Saturday March 14 (more information on drop-off and pick-up times will be sent in a parent packet).
Ages: Open enrollment for 4th-8th graders (space is limited)
For questions, contact:
(765) 342-2915 ext. 5238
5040 State Road 67 N
Martinsville, IN 46151