In 1966, we opened our first vegetable stand on Elm Street in Sabattus village. In 1975, we built a larger stand to replace our first vegetable stand.
Jillson's Farm & Sugarhouse was built here at 143 Jordan Bridge Road in the winter of 1988-89. At this location, we have sugar parties, produce maple syrup and maple products, sell and grow fresh vegetables and flowers, and host many events throughout the year.
This website will introduce you to the many things we do here at Jillson's Farm & Sugarhouse. Enjoy your visit with us!.
Pat & Ed Jillson
Happily Ever After
By Marcy Cushman
The warm days and cool nights
Signal the start of tree tappin’
We grab a drill and pound a spile
You get a bucket to pour the sap in!
Friends and family helping out
Stoke the fire and start the boil
Look! I’m a princess living in the clouds
I love this sugarhouse castle!
Memories born and stories told
So good to see each one together
After all that winter weather
Seemed like it would last forever!
Smell the pungent smoky air
Have patience in the quiet watch
Steaming sap turns to syrup slow
But soon we’ll all have some to share
Stepping out of the dark season
Sampling the soft glow of spring
Storing each golden drop of sun
To sweeten other seasons to come
Fairy tales do come true
At Sugarin’ Time!
Farmers Market on Thursday's!
Stop by the courtyard by DaVinci's in Lewiston between 11 am to 2 pm to pickup some fresh vegees and other goodies!
We are a part of the Lewiston Winter Farmers Market. Join us on the third Thursday of the month from 5 to 7:30 pm at the St. Mary's Nutrition Center on 208 Bates Street.
We attend the below Farmers Markets during the Summer and Fall seasons.
Lewiston - Bates Mill 5, Main Street
Falmouth - US Route 1, Walmart Plaza
Freeport - LL Bean
Cumberland - 353 Tuttle Road at Mable Wilson School
New Gloucester - Thompson's Orchard, 276 Gloucester Hill Road
Find Us on Facebook!
You can now find us on Facebook! Our handle is Jillson's Farm and Sugarhouse. Like us!
Maine Maple Producers
We are members of the Maine Maple Producers. We tap 1700 trees in the area.
The Maine Maple Producers website explains the sugaring process. The site also has some great maple syrup recipes. Click here to visit their website.