Nestled on a hill overlooking the Croton Reservoir in Yorktown Heights, you will find White Oak Farm. Established in 1973, the existing farm, dating back to the 1800's, was overgrown and in disrepair. Forty years later the Farm features beautiful open fields, renovated barns, an impressive sugarhouse, garden, sawmills, and dry kilns. We are the last remaining commercial maple syrup producer in Westchester County, NY, we tap over 2400 trees and sell all maple grades.
We also operate a commercial bandsaw mill and circular sawmill, two dry kilns, state of the art finishing equipment for dressing boards, as well as a full woodworking shop. We sell all species of local hardwoods and softwoods, specializing in custom sawing and drying! Whether you have a truck-load of logs or one special tree that has come down on your property, we can saw, dry, finish and even make you a piece of furniture.
We are also a Leader Evaporator Dealer. Let us help you get set up for Maple Season. Whether you have one tree to tap or thousands, see how we can help you!
Backyard Sugaring Workshop
Making Maple Syrup
Learn how to make your own pure, delicious maple syrup, whether you have one tree or hundreds. These workshops will be held at the Sugarhouse at White Oak Farm, 680 Croton Lake Road, Yorktown Hgts., NY 10598, on Saturday, February 13th and again on Saturday, February 20th, 2021 from 9:00-12:00 noon. Please sign up for one of the two times.
White Oak Farm is the only commercial maple syrup producer in Westchester County with 2400 trees tapped and the southernmost producer in New York State.
Visit a traditional sugarhouse and learn the techniques to make your own high quality syrup with a focus on the history of maple syrup production, tree identification, tapping, collecting, boiling, filtering, and packing.
White Oak Farm is a Leader Evaporator maple equipment dealer and can supply you with any type of equipment regardless of how basic or advanced you would like to keep your Backyard Sugaring.
Cost of the workshop is $75 per person. If interested scroll down and fill in the message section at the bottom of the page.
Hours of Operation:
Monday To Friday: We are here working on the farm, please call before coming to make sure we are available to help you
Saturday and Sunday: Open 10am-4pm