Come explore how the American settlers made maple syrup, up close and personal!
Step back in time to experience what life was like in the mid-1800s by investigating two living history sugar camps.
Discover how American settlers used art and science to make maple syrup 150 – 200 years ago, then visit a Native American camp to see the unique and innovative sugar-making process. Visitors can help with day-to-day tasks including tapping maple trees, gathering sap and even sampling finished maple syrup.
Join the Kenton County Parks and Recreation Department for Sugar Camp at Middleton-Mills Park (3415 Mills Road, Covington) on Saturday, Feb. 9 from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Additional dates and times available by reservation.
Call 859-525-7529 or visit bit.ly/kcparksandrec to learn more about this fun and free program.