Welcome to Baker's Maple Syrup
Charlie, Charlie B. Sandy and Debi finished tapping 900 of our maple trees this Monday, March 8. Today we checked for leaks and pumped in the first of our sap. Planning on our first small boil tomorrow, March 11. Stay tuned!
Baker's Sap Woods 

We are sad to announce that Maine Maple Sunday Open House 
& Shirley Church Brunch is once again cancelled
 due to the Covid-19 Pandemic 
We will be open for sales & curbside pick-up of syrup once the season begins. (Check our  web site for tapping and boiling status for syrup) 
Snowshoe Tours of the Maple Grove with your private group/family is available. 
Call us to schedule.

Danny, Charlie and Greg 
with our first boil of the season 
with our new Steam-a-way 
on February 28, 2018

Welcome to Baker's Maple Syrup                                    

We are a small Maine Maple Syrup Producer of syrup and maple sugar coated peanuts, located on the east branch of the Piscataquis River in Shirley, Maine. We are located 1,000 to 1,300 feet in elevation so our Maple Syrup Season starts later than the southern parts of the state. Charlie has been tapping (1,000+) trees on his families homestead property for 20 plus years. Our products are sold at the sugar-house, and the Gallery on the Lake in Greenville.


Maple Syrup Season is usually the 3rd week of March to the 3rd week of April. Maine Maple Sunday is always the 4th Sunday of March with an open house at Baker’s Maple Syrup with demonstrations, samples and tours all day. Check our web site for an additional open house with the Shirley Community Church Maple Brunch and Baker’s Open House.

 Contact us for boiling information, sales and tours by arrangement: 

Charlie & Debi Lynne Baker, 26 North Road, PO Box 107 Shirley, Maine 04485

Charlie 207-717-7372Debi 207-695-2460 

or email us at 


Check us out on youtube (click on sidebar)

Shirley Bog Trail Busters Cook-Out at the Sap House 2011
                           The Baker's Sugar House
Shirley Church Brunch
at the Town Hall 2012
Helper, Dave drawing off some liquid 'gold'