Travel back in time to the 1850s during Sugar Camp to learn how to make maple sugar syrup and more.
It’s that time of year for tapping maple trees for sap that gets turned into maple syrup! Celebrate the season and learn a little about maple sugaring at one of these fun programs — and find more activities in Things to Do — for families:
During select times between Monday, Feb. 24 and Sunday, March 2, campers can travel back in time to the 1850s during Sugar Camp – Makin’ Maple Syrup to learn all about how the sap from a maple tree gets converted into a sugary, tasty treat at Middleton-Mills Park, 3415 Mills Road, Covington. Families, classes or scout groups can sign up for one of three time slots each weekday: 10 a.m., 12 or 2 p.m.
Call 859-525-7529 or visit kentoncounty.org for details. No RSVP necessary for Saturdays or Sundays.