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The Sweet Life at Meredith Bay

The Sweet Life at Meredith Bay

At Meredith Bay, we’re committed to providing unique experiences at every turn. And that’s why we’re so excited that maple sugaring season is finally here! Crafted in our very own Sugar Shack, residents will enjoy Meredith Bay’s delicious maple syrup for the third year in a row.



The Sugar Shack, located along Meredith Bay’s walking trail network, is a fully functioning maple sugaring operation. Maple trees around the community are tapped, and when we have enough sap, the Meredith Bay team returns to the Sugar Shack to produce our very own delicious syrup.




bourbon barrel-aged syrup

This year, we introduced a new Bourbon Barrel-Aged Maple Syrup. This specialty maple syrup is crafted in the Sugar Shack, then aged for one year in New Hampshire bourbon barrels to give it a distinct flavor.





maple sugaring party

It’s an annual tradition! Every year, we invite residents to join us at the Sugar Shack to enjoy a delicious family-friendly breakfast feast. The best part? Residents get to bottle their very own Meredith Bay Maple Syrup and take it home to enjoy.





seasons of fun

The Sugar Shack shines during sugaring season, but that doesn’t mean it’s a one-season amenity. It also houses an apple press, which we use to create fresh apple cider in the fall.






  • 70 gallons of syrup produced to date
  • Over 4000 gallons of sap
  • 125 trees tapped
  • 5000 feet of tubing lines
  • 12-hour “average” day of boiling



To learn more about the unparalleled amenities and fun experiences you can enjoy as a Meredith Bay resident, click here.

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