Apple Picking in New Hampshire

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Alyson’s Orchard - Walpole, NH
Enjoy pick your own pumpkin patch and apple orchard.  This is a large farm with farm stand, wedding venue, and corporate event meeting area.  Farm store is open every day.  It is located about 26 miles south of Claremont at 57 Alyson’s Lane, Walpole, NH.

Applecrest Farm Orchards - Hampton, NH
They feature pick your own pumpkins, apples, raspberries and peaches in the fall. They have weekend festivals and events almost all year. In the fall they also have bike races, an apple dash 5k run, and tractor show. The address is 133 Exeter Road, Hampton, NH. It is about 25 miles south of Dover. New Hampshire’s oldest and largest apple orchard.It is also the oldest continuously operated apple orchard in America.The Wagner family has worked this land for four generations.They offer pick your own apples, pumpkins, raspberries and peaches.Enjoy their all-natural apple cider and hot cider donuts, as well as other local produce and goods sold in the Farm Market. Also try the ice cream from their creamery, which was started because of their search for the perfect ice cream.Located minutes from Hampton Beach, Portsmouth and Newburyport.Make it here from Boston or the White Mountains in less than an hour.Open seven days a week from May through December.The creamery is only open daily from May until September and on weekends in October.

Butternut Farm - Farmington, NH
Giff and Mae Burnap have run this family farm for the past eight years. They offer pick your own apples and pumpkins along with wagon rides, face painting and more. The location is at 195 Meaderboro Rd, Farmington, NH 03835. This is about 15 miles northwest of Dover.

Carter Hill Orchard - Concord, NH
An active orchard since the mid-1700s, the Larocque family purchased the farm in 2001 after Rob Larocque had worked on the farm for decades.Apple picking starts Labor Day weekend and ends in mid-October.They grow more than 15 varieties of apples, including Gala apples, one of their most popular varieties.They have run an on-site cider press in the fall and winter since 2006.They sell unpasteurized cider at the orchard and pasteurized cider to local merchants for their stores.Bakery sells cider donuts, sweet breads, whoopie pies, pumpkin muffins and seasonal pies.

Demeritt Hill Farm - Lee, NH
Pick your own apples and pumpkins this fall. Hayrides are offered on the weekends and the bakery makes apple cider doughnuts. Dogs are welcome when on a leash. They also feature Christmas trees, blueberries, peaches, and several Pumpkin Fest, Harvest Weekend, and their world famous Haunted Overload fall events. Find out more about what is happening this fall on the farm via Facebook. The address is 66 Lee Road (route 155), Lee, New Hampshire 03861. It is about 6 miles west of Dover.

Gould Hill Farm - Contoocook, NH
A family owned and operated farm by the Bassett family.Apple picking is open from Labor Day Weekend to Columbus Day.They have planted semi-dwarf trees so that you do not need ladders or climbing to reach the fruit.More than ten varieties of apples are grown, including McIntosh, Gala, Macoun, Red Delicious and Empire.Pack a picnic and don’t forget your camera!Their store and bakery sells maple syrup, homemade apple pies, apple cider donuts and homemade ice cream from Granite State Candy.Top the ice cream on a hot apple crisp for a delicious treat.

Hazelton Orchards - Chester, NH
Bring the family to the farm. Featured are pick your own pumpkins and apples. The address is 20 Harantis Lake Rd., Chester, NH. It is about 17 miles northwest of Nashua.

Lavoie’s Farm - Hollis, NH
They feature apples and pumpkins. The address is 172 Nartoff Rd., Hollis, NY. It is about 4 miles west of Nashua.

Mack’s Apples - Londonderry, NH
A 400 acre farm started by John Mack in 1732 that offers pick your own apple orchard and 35 acre pumpkin patch. They are also well known for their numerous hiking and mountain biking trails. Dogs are welcome but not allowed in the orchard or patch. Find out more about what is happening via their Facebook page. The address is 230 Mammoth Road Londonderry NH 03053. It is about 10 miles northeast of Nashua.

McKenzie’s Farm - Milton, NH
A pet-friendly family farm on Plummer’s Ridge that lets you stroll through their u-pick pumpkins or go apple picking. Also they feature pick you own blueberries, tomatoes, peaches, strawberries, and blackberries during the summer. Enjoy the children’s hay maze and be sure to check out the kids activities during McKtoberfest. Learn more about what’s happening on the farm this fall via Facebook. It is located at 71 NE Pond Rd., Milton, NH 03851. It is about 26 miles north of Dover.

McLeod Bros. Orchards - Milford, NH
A family owned and operated farm for over 60 years with seven varieties of u-pick apples available from late August to late October.Their farm stand is open throughout harvest season selling pre-picked apples, pumpkins and other fall items.It is located 60 miles northeast of downtown Boston.

Riverview Farm - Plainfield, NH
Pick your own apples and pumpkins at this farm owned and operated by the Franklin family for thirty years. Enjoy a hayride, corn maze and other farm activities as well apple cider, berries, flowers, a barn store, and outdoor fun. The address is 141 River Rd, Plainfield, New Hampshire 03781. It is about 19 miles north of Claremont.

Sunnycrest Farms - Londonderry, NH
A family owned and operated apple farm since 1943 that has a large crop of pumpkins. A good place for grapes, peaches, cherries, and blueberries. Learn more about what’s happening at the apple orchard on Facebook. The address is 59 High Range Road, Londonderry, NH. It is located 8 miles northeast of Nashua.

Windy Ridge Orchard - North Haverhill, NH
The farm features a winery, café, Christmas trees, farm animals, and pick your own berries, apples, and pumpkins. They are also known for hosting weddings. The address is NH 116, North Haverhill, NH 03774. It is about 65 miles north of Claremont.

 

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