[COVID-19]: How to get your maple fix.

Delivery options  

Brix Cider Community Food Delivery - Wide variety of local food items. Minimum order of $30 for delivery within 10 miles of Mount Horeb, or pick-up at Brix.

Christine's Kitchen Delivery - Wide variety of local food items. Free delivery for orders over $20 to: Madison, Sun Prairie, Deforest, Middleton, Oregon, McFarland, Verona, Stoughton, Cottage Grove, Fitchburg, Waunakee and Monona.

Landmark Creamery Delivery - Wide variety of local food items. Minimum order of $30 for delivery, no minimum on pickup at store. Delivery to Albany, Belleville, Fitchburg, Madison, Middleton, New Glarus, Oregon, and Verona.

Mother Fools Coffeehouse - Coffee, Kombucha, chocolate, household goods, etc.  Delivery in Madison area.


We will be vending at the DCFM Local Food Pick Up on Wednesdays.  The window to place your order is 10AM Sundays - Noon Tuesdays. Please visit the link above for more information.  


Please fill out the Google form to request shipping. We do not have an automated system yet; please bear with us. It all works rather smoothly!


See our Where to buy page for stores that carry our products in Madison and Northern Wisconsin. Call to confirm hours.

Porch pick-up

In Madison, please email pattersonsugarbush@gmail.com or call (608) 225-7864.

In Park Falls, please email pattersonsugarbush@gmail.com

Payment via Venmo is preferred (PayPal also accepted).


Welcome to Patterson Sugar Bush.

From forest to fork, we have taken great pride in our maple syrup since 1988. Our family's sugar bush is nestled between the two forks of the scenic Flambeau River near Park Falls, where we produce Wisconsin’s finest 100% pure maple syrup products. Sweet!

Dik Patterson's great-grandfather began making maple syrup on the family sugar bush over 135 years ago. This tradition has continued through the Patterson family for six generations. 

Patterson Sugar Bush was established in 1988 when Dik along with his wife Colleen and children Tim, Matt and Cynthia, along with a few eager helpers, began tapping sugar maple trees on a portion of the 300-acre family sugar bush and once again began producing maple syrup on the family land. Over the years they tapped more and more trees throughout the sugar bush and the operation continued to grow.  In spring 2021, they look forward to introducing the joys and sweet smells of maple syrup to their two grandkids (the 7th generation)!