Simmons and Daughters Sugar House – A Family Tradition


 

Simmons and Daughters Sugar House

“The best part of this journey is working together as a family and making great tasting syrup.”

The Simmons family farm, owned by Chris and Shelley,  sits along a country road in Morrill Maine with a beautiful view of the Camden Hills.

No stranger to the maple process, Shelley grew up making maple syrup in rural Somerset County with her family, while Chris and his brothers experimented making syrup on a backyard pan with inspiration from an uncle in New York who also had his own sugar house.

Carrying on the family tradition with their four daughters, Chris and Shelley started the Simmons and Daughters Sugar House in 2008. From tapping trees to hiking through the woods collecting sap to tending the evaporator as the boiling process begins, everyone plays an important roll in the maple syrup process.  The evaporator came from Shelley’s childhood sugar house which makes it even more special.

 

“If you find yourself in the area, stop by to enjoy the view as well as enjoy our wonderful Maine maple syrup!”