Sugar Season

Maple Festival: March 13th and 20th. You’ll learn about the history and science behind maple syrup. Try your hand at tapping a tree, then taste maple sap and finished maple syrup.

February Newsletter

Make the most of winter weather with our public programs.
Check out our new virtual field trip options for schools!

Lunch Date

Proceeds to benefit the programs and exhibits of Up Yonda Farm.

Join us at the Sagamore Resort this summer

February Newsletter

Make Up Yonda Farm a part of your winter! Check out what’s going on in the February newsletter. Click the photo to view the post. Then click Download to access the PDF version.

Click above to see the complete issue!

Happy Holidays

The Friends of Up Yonda Farm wish everyone a joyous and safe holiday season. We thank you for your support this year and look forward to a brighter 2021.

Autumn Hiking

Take a hike this fall at Up Yonda Farm. It’s the best time to explore our trails and enjoy the foliage!

Click the image for a photo album and trail map.

A New View

A new viewing scope has recently been installed at the vista, compliments of the Friends of Up Yonda Farm. This will allow the public to get an enhanced view of Lake George. We’re dedicated to improving your visitor experience! Check out the new view as foliage season approaches!

Enjoy the view from one of our new benches.

Butterflies are back

Word is the Butterfly Garden will be open to the public soon. Check www.upyondafarm.com for details on how to visit. This photo was taken in August 2017, the first year of the new exhibit.

observation hive

The honey bee observation hive has been installed in the museum. After months of planning, this new exhibit should be opening soon. Stay tuned to find out when you’ll be be able to see the bees in action!

Responsible Beekeeping
Nice Job Up Yonda!

Interpretive Panel

The Friends would like to provide a new interpretive panel at the Lake George vista. This will allow everyone to identify the islands in The Narrows, and the mountains above the eastern shore. The current panel is over twenty years old and needs to be updated. This photo was taken in October of 2001. Thousands of visitors enjoy the vista every year!