Fulton’s Pancake House adds new Heritage Maple Path

Shirley Fulton's Pancake House logoFulton-Deugo and Scott Deugo along with outdoor extraordinaire, Chad Clifford, are especially excited to welcome visitors to a wonderful new outdoor experiential area at Fulton’s Pancake House & Sugar Bush. Aboriginal and primitive methods of sap to syrup such as heated stones in hollowed logs and pioneer outdoor cauldrons, a wooden gathering tank and more are nestled into the Heritage Maple Path.

Every weekend, during March Break and Easter Weekend, between 11 am & 3 pm, visit with Chad & staff and learn more about our aboriginals and pioneers. Visit a cedar covered tipi; take pictures on the survival lean-to shelter. The length of your visit, weather, outdoor temperatures, depth of snow and the animals that trek through our sugar bush will make every visit unique. You may hear Chad talking about or demonstrating primitive fire methods, pioneer flutes, looking for animal tracks, traditional uses of plants, bow making….you never know!

Be sure to take pictures along the way and come play in our backyard!

Fultons maple tapping