The kitchen will be OPEN - one line only, no chicken BBQ
Children's Games will be open - weather permitting
Candle making will be OPEN
Cross Cut saw will be OPEN - No branding irons
Limited music schedule
Mike Hayes Pottery
Ma's Kettle Corn
Rosario's Food Truck
Shady Patch Farms
Candles by Carol
*Horse drawn wagon rides*
Please note that we will be operating with a reduced staff this weekend, so please be patient. We are expected to get up to 3 inches of rain on FRIDAY, so PLEASE wear waterproof boots, be prepared for wet, muddy conditions, and drive 4WD if available.
LM SUGARBUSH, LLC
LM Sugarbush, LLC is a 140 acre family farm located in scenic Salem, Indiana. Established in 1981 as Leane and Michael’s Sugarbush, the family owned operation is host to the annual Maple Syrup Festival. This year will mark the 24th annual festival, which draws up to 12,000 people to the farm each February and March. The 2015 Maple Syrup Festival will be held on February 28 & March 1 and March 7 & 8. Come enjoy the farm for some delicious pancakes and waffles, finger lickin’ good BBQ, toe tappin’ music, tours of the farm, craft and food vendors as well as many activities and games. Please visit the FESTIVAL page for additional information.
Leane and Michael's Sugarbush became LM Sugarbush LLC in October, 2013. The business is owned and operated by Nicholas and Jennifer Reisenbichler and Robert and Emily Blackman.
You may order our delicious PURE MAPLE SYRUPby using the ORDER SYRUP tab, order by phone or email, or you may visit our farm to purchase our maple products. We ship world-wide. We host several open house days throughout the year as well, where you can come enjoy the farm and stock up on maple goodies.
We also offer our PURE MAPLE SYRUP through several wholesale businesses in the Louisville, Kentucky and the Southern Indiana area. If you would like a complete list of or wholesale locations, or if you are interested in becoming a wholesale distributor, please contact us.
Check out our BLOG!
LM Sugarbush LLC has created a blog to chronicle our work on the farm. Please follow the blog for updates!