Williams Farm Sugarhouse | 491 Greenfield Road, Deerfield, MA | 413-773-5186

We are closed for the 2022 season!

Thank you for a wonderful season. It was great to be back. We look forward to seeing you all next year! And don't forget, you can use our online store year-round.

Order maple products from our ONLINE STORE (click 'Store' above) and have them shipped to your home. Thank you for your continued support.

You can also order Williams Farm Sugarhouse syrup from the Sunderland Farm Collaborative. They offer hundreds of local products and fresh produce, all delivered right to your door. Home delivery is on Wednesdays and Saturdays in the following towns:

Sunderland, Whately, Hatfield, Deerfield, Greenfield, Turners Falls, Montague, Amherst, Northampton, Florence, Easthampton, Hadley, South Hadley, and Holyoke. 

You can also pick up your order at Millstone Farm Market in Sunderland, Wheelhouse Farm in Amherst, Leverett Village Co-op in Leverett, Abandoned Building Brewery in Easthampton, Bottle-O in Northampton, White Lion Brewing in Springfield, Great Falls Harvest in Turners Falls, Floodwater Brewing in Shelburne Falls, and Holyoke Craft Beer in Holyoke. Thank you for supporting local businesses!


Over 150 Years of Sugaring 

Our family has been tapping sugar maple trees and making syrup for five generations. Milton Hubbard Williams began the tradition in the mid-1800s, followed by his son Kenneth Sanderson Williams. The original Williams sugarhouse was one of thirteen located on Mount Toby in Sunderland, MA.

In his diary, Milton Hubbard Williams wrote, 'March 6 1853 commenced sugaring. March 25 1853 traded sugar for coat and pants in Amherst.' Thirty-six years later, he was still sugaring, and on April 1, 1889 he wrote 'Gathered 20 bls (barrels) sap for four successive days. had the best week I ever knew. I have sold 100 galons of syrup at Amherst for 30 cts a quart in glass or 1.00 a gal in tin. Syrup sells readily.'

In the mid-1960s, amidst growing success and realizing the need for a better retail location, Kenneth Jr. and his brother Milton moved the sugarhouse off the mountain to scenic Route 47 in North Sunderland.

Our family's final move came in 1994 when we were able to build a sugarhouse near our farm in Deerfield, MA. One hundred and fifty-eight years later, the sugaring operation continues by the fourth (Kenneth "Sandy" Williams, III) and fifth (Kenneth "Chip" Williams, IV) generations and Pam, Kelly, Casey, and Chip's wife Alissa and their three sons. Today you can visit our post and beam sugarhouse at 491 Greenfield Road, nestled at the foot of the Pocumtuck Range in Deerfield.

Contact us at [email protected]