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WOHLSCHLEGEL’S Naples Maple Farm
(see directions below)
8064 Coates Rd, Naples, N.Y. 14512








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Rt 21 in Naples, take County Road 36 West toward Honeoye.  
Left on French Hill road, follow that to Garlinghouse road.
Left on Coates road.
Follow Coates road to the top.

Note: GPS directions take you on a seasonal road. Take Rt 21 from Naples or Cty Rd 36 from Honeoye
The only regions of the world
that have a distinctive
colorful autumn season
(foliage season) are eastern
America and western Asia;
dominated by hardwood
forests containing significant
numbers of maple species.

The three US. States
declared the sugar maple as
state tree in 1948. They
were Wisconsin, Vermont
and West Virginia. New York
declared the sugar maple as
its state tree in 1956. Only
the white oak represents as
many US states.

Although maple sugaring is
not practiced, in some parts
of Asia, maple sap is
collected and drunk fresh as
a beverage in the spring.

First metal maple tap
patented by Eli Mosher in
1860.

Sugar maple trees are native
to North America, and when
planted in Europe, they
almost never flower,

Because red maple flowers
come out very early in the
spring, they are important
first source of nectar for
honeybees.

In North America, sugar
maple (and in some places,
black maple) is known as
"hard" or "rock maple" and is
used for durable furniture
and flooring (including that
of bowling alleys). It is also
prized for firewood when
seasoned properly. Although
not as valuable, red or "soft"
maple is a versatile wood
that can be used for a
variety of structural products.
(Note Coates Road is a SEASONAL ROAD)

Do not set your GPS for Coates Road as it will send you to a potato field!  Google Map it.

Helpful Hint: Follow the Green Maple Tree Signs


We are 16 minutes South of Honeoye Lake:
Take Co. Road 36 South towards Naples and “follow the green maple tree signs” turning right up French Hill Road.   Make a right
turn on Garlinghouse Road.  Follow the Maple Tree Signs. Stay on Garlinghouse Road 1.4miles and then turn left onto Coates
Road.  The Sugar house is on the left at the top of the hill.

We are 14 minutes from Main Street, Rt. 21 in Naples:
Make a right turn on Co. Road 36 (Clark St.) toward Honeoye Lake (near the Middle Town Tavern).  Make a left hand turn onto French
Hill Road.  Make a right turn on Garlinghouse road.  Turn left on Coates Road.  Sugar house is on the left at the top of the hill.  

Or,
from Main Street, Rt. 21 in Naples, turn right on Eelpot Rd. Make a right on Dug Road.  Follow the green maple leaf
signs.  Dug road turns into Garlinghouse Road.   Stay on Garlinghouse road for 1.4miles. Turn left on Coates Road.  Sugar house is
on the left at the top of the hill.
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