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New Hampshire farms

Are you looking for Apple Orchards, Christmas Tree Farms, Pumpkin Patches, Vegetables, Strawberries, Gifts or other farm products in New Hampshire?
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 * Vegetables

   Annuals     Back to List
  Beech Hill Farm Stand
  Donna/Robert Kimball
  107 Beech Hill Road, 
  Hopkinton 03229
  224-7655/223-0828
  11am-9pm, summer
  

   Apples     Back to List
Apple Orchards in New Hampshire
  Apple Annie
  Charles/Joan Pratt
  66 Rowell Road, 
  Brentwood 03833
  778-8881
  9am-6pm, daily, 
  September-November 
  (apple season)
  Special Events: 
  School tours by 
  appointment; picnic area.

  Applecrest Farm Orchards
  Ben/Peter Wagner
  133 Exeter Road, 
  Hampton Falls 03844
  926-3721 Fax: 926-0006
  8am-6pm
  Special Events: 
  Harvest activities held 
  each Saturday & Sunday 
  during fall, include , 
  PYO apples, pumpkin patch, 
  horsedrawn hayrides, 
  observation bee hives, 
  live bee demonstrations, 
  corn roast, cider pressing 
  & live bluegrass music.

  Apple Hill Farm
  Diane/Chuck Souther
  580 Mountain Road, 
  Concord 03301
  224-8862 Fax: 224-8862
  June-November, varies 
  with picking season
  

  Appleview Orchard
  Appleview Orchard Farm 
  & Ice Cream Stand
  Lorna/Ronnie Souza
  1266 Upper City Road, 
  Pittsfield 03263
  435-6483 Fax: 435-6483
  Labor Day weekend to
  October
  

  Birchwood Orchard
  Larry/Mary Pierce
  206 Old Turnpike Rd., 
  Rt. 124
  Mason 03048
  878-0542
  
  

  Brookdale Fruit Farm Inc.
  Chip/Rick/Bruce Hardy/
  Frank Whittemore
  38 Broad Street, Hollis 03049
  465-2240/2241/2242 
  Fax: 465-3754
  September-October
  Special Events: 
  Domestic animals & 
  birds-pens; 
  seasonal festivals; 
  hayrides-fall season, 
  weekends afternoons; 
  Half Marathon-
  October; School 
  groups-scheduled only

  Bunker Hill Orchards
  Cameron/Joan Sewall
  97 Bunker Hill Avenue, 
  Stratham 03885
  772-3748
  9am-5pm, 
  mid-August-September 1, 
  Friday-Sunday; 12:30-5pm, 
  September 2-November, 
  Monday & Thursday; 
  all other days 
  9am-5pm
  Special Events: 
   Enjoy using our 
   Amish made wagons 
   to tote your children 
   & harvested fruits to 
   & from our orchards. 
   Reindeer Farm next door.

  Butternut Farm
  Howard/Ann Stevens
  241 Meaderboro Road, 
  Farmington 03835
  335-4705
  mid-June-end of October
  

  Carter Hill Orchard
  Robert/Annette Larocque
  73 Carter Hill Road, 
  Concord 03301
  225-2625
  9am-6pm, 
  August-December 24
  Special Events: 
  weekend activities, 
  viewing tower, 
  playground & 
  walking trail

  Currier Orchards
  Eber/Trudy Currier
  9 Peaslee Road, 
  Merrimack 03054
  881-8864 Fax: 881-9905
  10am-5pm, weekdays; 
  9am-6pm, weekends; 
  Labor Day-Thanksgiving
  

  Deerview Farm
  Valerie/David Whatmough
  64 Old Center Road North, 
  Deerfield 03037
  463-7549 Fax: 463-7549
  10am-5pm, daily, 
  Labor Day weekend To
  Halloween, closed Tues.
  

  Demeritt Hill Farm
  Mike/Kim Lynch
  66 Lee Road, Lee 03824
  868-2111
  10am-5pm, daily, 
  August 24-November 3
  Special Events: 
  Annual Arts & Craft 
  Festival, August 23-24
  10am-5pm; Annual 
  Enchanted Halloween 
  Hayrides with haunted 
  corn maze, October 19-20 
  & October 26-27

  Elwood Orchards
  Wayland/Wayne Elwood
  54 Elwood Road, 
  Londonderry 03053-3126
  434-6017
  June-October 15
  Special Events: 
  Hayrides, call for 
  information.

  Gary Doucette
  275 Morrill Street, 
  Gilford 03246
  603-528-4316
  Mid September, 
  afternoons & weekends
  

  Gould Hill Orchards
  Erick Leadbeater
  656 Gould Hill Road, 
  Contoocook 03229
  746-3811
  9:30am-5pm, daily
  

  Great Brook Farm
  Ben Ladd/
  Melanie Stephens
  335 Hackleboro Road, 
  Canterbury 03224
  783-4126 Fax: 783-0027
  10am-5pm, daily, 
  mid-September-November 1;
  weekends, 
  November 1-Thanksgiving
  Special Events: 
  Every weekend

  Hackleboro Orchards
  Harry/Linda Weiser
  Hackleboro Road, 
  Canterbury 03224
  783-4248
  9am-6pm, daily, 
  mid-August-Thanksgiving, 
  closed Tuesdays
  Special Events: 
  Visit our farm animals, 
  climb the view deck, 
  free weekend hayrides, 
  Halloween Treasure Hunt 
  (call for dates), 
  Full farmstand featuring 
  many varieties of apples, 
  peaches, blueberries, 
  cider, sewn and 
  baked goods, cookbooks, 
  gifts, honey &
  maple products, gourds, 
  pumpkins, winter squash, 
  cornstalks & school tours, 
  by appointment. 
  Buses welcome. 
  Visiting doggies
  on a leash, please! 
  Picnic area.

  Hatches Orchard
  Bruce/Elaine Hatch
  1440 Brownfield Road, 
  Center Conway 03813
  447-5687 Fax: 447-5687
  Wednesdays, 10am-5pm, 
  weekends, holidays

  Hazelton Orchards
  Harry/Linda Weiser
  Route 102, 
  Harantis Lake Rd, 
  Chester 03036
  783-4248
  10am-6pm, weekends, 
  Labor Day-Columbus Day
  Special Events: 
  Farmstand featuring 
  bagged apples, 
  pumpkins, cookbooks, 
  honey & maple products 
  & more. Picnic area.

  High Hopes Orchard
  Joanne/Bruce Smith
  582 Glebe Road, 
  Westmoreland 03467
  399-4305 Fax: 399-4305
  9am-6pm, July-October; 
  10am-5pm, 
  November-December
  Special Events: 
  Farm Adventure 
  Entertainment Park 
  September-October; 
  free wagon ride to orchard
  September-October; park
  includes animals, rides, 
  haunted barn, spooky ride 
  (narrated), train, etc., 
  snack bar-September-October; 
  ice cream-July-October

  J.E. Smith Farm Orchard
  James/Lislie Smith
  346 Peacham Rd., Ctr. 
  Barnstead 03225
  776-6921
  9am-6pm, daily
  

  Lavoie’s Farm
  John Lavoie
  172 Nartoff Road, 
  Hollis 03049
  882-0072
  mid-June-July: 
  strawberries; 
  September 7-October: 
  apples & pumpkins; 
  Friday after 
  Thanksgiving-December 20: 
  cut your own
  Christmas trees
  

  Mack’s Apples
  Michael Cross
  230 Mammoth Road, 
  Londonderry 03053
  434-7619/432-3456
  
  

  Mapadot Orchard
  John Young
  3 Valley View Lane, 
  New Boston 03070
  487-5521 Fax: 497-4828
  
  

  Maplevale Farm & Orchard
  Bruce/Judy Levis
  Route 107, 14 Depot Rd, 
  E. Kingston 03827
  642-3381 Fax: 642-6644
  9am-5pm
  Special events: 
  Apple picking tours 
  for school children, 
  seniors, etc., by 
  appointment.

  Meadow Ledge Farm
  Ernest Roberts
  612 Route 129, 
  Loudon 03307
  798-5860
  
  Special Events: 
  Harvest Festival on 
  Columbus Day weekend.

  McLeod Bros. Orchards
  Valerie E. McLeod
  North River Road, 
  Milford 03055
  673-3544
  mid-August-late-October
  Special Events: 
  Visit our orchard farmstand

  Norway Hill Orchard
  Peg/Ken McLeod
  5 Duncan Road, 
  Hancock 03449
  525-4912
  10am-6pm, 
  September & October
  

  Olde Orchard Inn
  Jim Senner
  108 Lee Rd., 
  Moultonboro 03254
  476-5004 Fax: 476-5419
  Daylight

  Stonybrook Farm
  David/Brenda Stowe
  128 Glidden Road, 
  Gilford 03246
  293-4500
  Mid July-Columbus Day
  Special Events: 
  Horse drawn hayrides

  Sunnycrest Farm, Inc.
  Gretchen & 
  Daniel Hicks III
  59 High Range Road, 
  Londonderry 03053
  432-9652/7753
  June-December, 
  call for picking times
  

  Surowiec Farm
  53 Perley Hill Road, 
  Sanbornton 03269
  286-4069 Fax: 286-4069
  9am-5pm, 
  September-October; 
  call for seasonal hours
  

  Sweet Core Farm
  Kathy Rice
  Route 126, Center 
  Strafford 03815
  767-7081
  September & October
  Special Events: 
  Community Supported 
  Agriculture Appreciation 
  Day, third Saturday 
  in September

  Washburn’s Windy 
  Hill Orchard
  Tim/Sue Washburn
  Route 123, Greenville 03048
  878-2101/2111 Fax: 878-3319
  10am-6pm, weekdays; 
  9am-6pm, weekends
  Special Events: 
  Free horse & tractor rides
  to & from orchard & 
  pumpkin patch on weekends. 
  Horse drawn, wagon & 
  sleigh rides year round 
  by appointment. Corn maze, 
  farm animals & picnic area.

  Windy Ridge Orchard LLC
  Ann/Richard Fabrizio
  Route 116, 
  North Haverhill 03774
  787-6377 Fax: 787-6377
  September 1-December 23
  

   Beans     Back to List
  McQuesten Farm
  Charles/Matt/
  Christie/Nancy McQuesten
  Route 3A, Litchfield 03052
  424-9268 Fax: 424-9268
  9am-5pm
  

   Beets     Back to List
  McQuesten Farm
  Charles/Matt/
  Christie/Nancy McQuesten
  Route 3A, Litchfield 03052
  424-9268 Fax: 424-9268
  9am-5pm
  

  Nelson Farms
  John Herrmann/Laura Beard
  Range Road, 
  Strafford 03884
  664-5151/9884 Fax: 664-5151
  9am-5pm, Saturday & Sunday, 
  June-October
  

   Blackberries     Back to List
  Berrybogg Farm
  Nathan/Anne Lake
  Province Road, 
  Strafford 03884
  664-2100
  7am-7pm, 
  Monday-Saturday; 
  9am-5pm, Sunday
  

   Black Currants     Back to List
  Apple Hill Farm
  Diane/Chuck Souther
  580 Mountain Road, 
  Concord 03301
  224-8862 Fax: 224-8862
  June-November, varies 
  with picking season
  

   Blueberries     Back to List
Blueberry Picking in New Hampshire
  Applecrest Farm Orchards
  Ben/Peter Wagner
  133 Exeter Road, 
  Hampton Falls 03844
  926-3721 Fax: 926-0006
  8am-6pm
  Special Events: 
  Harvest activities held 
  each Saturday & Sunday 
  during fall, include , 
  PYO apples, pumpkin patch, 
  horsedrawn hayrides, 
  observation bee hives, 
  live bee demonstrations, 
  corn roast, cider pressing 
  & live bluegrass music.

  Apple Hill Farm
  Diane/Chuck Souther
  580 Mountain Road, 
  Concord 03301
  224-8862 Fax: 224-8862
  June-November, varies 
  with picking season
  

  Bartletts Blueberry Farm
  Bill/Heidi Bartlett
  648 Bradford Road, 
  Newport 03773
  863-2583
  mid-July-early-September
  

  Berrybogg Farm
  Nathan/Anne Lake
  Province Road, 
  Strafford 03884
  664-2100
  7am-7pm, 
  Monday-Saturday; 
  9am-5pm, Sunday
  

  Berry Good Farm
  Donna Arnold
  234 Parker Road, 
  Goffstown 03045
  497-8138 Fax: 497-8138
  July-August
  

  Berry Hill Farm
  Caroline Robinson
  61 Stratham Heights Rd, 
  Stratham 03885
  773-9652 Fax: 773-9651
  June 14-August 30
  

  Berry Knoll Farm
  David Sorenson
  Brownfield Road, 
  Fire Lane 313, 
  Eaton 03832
  447-3994
  July-August
  

  Blueberry Acres
  Dick/Shirley Elsesser
  Derry Hill Road, 
  Acworth 03601
  835-2259 Fax: 835-6382
  8am-7pm, Tuesday-Sunday, 
  end of July-second week 
  of September
  

  Blueberry Bay Farm
  Ron/Lois Laurence
  38 Depot Road, 
  Stratham 03885
  580-1612
  Early July-September, 
  8am-5pm, daily
  

  Brookdale Fruit Farm Inc.
  Chip/Rick/Bruce Hardy/
  Frank Whittemore
  38 Broad Street, Hollis 03049
  465-2240/2241/2242 
  Fax: 465-3754
  July-August
  Special Events: 
  Domestic animals & 
  birds-pens; 
  seasonal festivals; 
  hayrides-fall season, 
  weekends afternoons; 
  Half Marathon-
  October; School 
  groups-scheduled only

  Butternut Farm
  Howard/Ann Stevens
  241 Meaderboro Road, 
  Farmington 03835
  335-4705
  mid-June-end of October
  

  Deerview Farm
  Valerie/David Whatmough
  64 Old Center Road North, 
  Deerfield 03037
  463-7549 Fax: 463-7549
  10am-5pm, daily, 
  Labor Day weekend To
  Halloween, closed Tues.
  

  Dimond Hill Farm
  Charlene D. Newton
  106 Hedding Road, 
  Epping 03042
  679-5177
  8am-11am, 4-7pm, daily, 
  July 4-August 15
  Special Events: 
  Picnics by the pond, 
  by request.

  Durocher Farm
  Joan Durocher
  448 Charles Bancroft Hwy, 
  Litchfield 03052
  429-0999
  7am-2pm
  

  Emery Farm
  Bill/Brad Towle
  US Route 4, 
  Durham 03824
  742-8495
  9am-6pm
  

  Firebird Farm
  Brian/Stephanie Fischer
  46 N. River Road, 
  Lee 03824
  659-6180
  Summer, days
  

  Green Acres Farm
  Maryrose/Ed Cote
  Donkin Hill Road (Rt. 132N), 
  New Hampton (Farm Location)
  968-7273
  Dawn-dusk, July-August, daily
  

  Hackleboro Orchards
  Harry/Linda Weiser
  Hackleboro Road, 
  Canterbury 03224
  783-4248
  9am-6pm, daily, 
  mid-August-Thanksgiving, 
  closed Tuesdays
  Special Events: 
  Visit our farm animals, 
  climb the view deck, 
  free weekend hayrides, 
  Halloween Treasure Hunt 
  (call for dates), 
  Full farmstand featuring 
  many varieties of apples, 
  peaches, blueberries, 
  cider, sewn and 
  baked goods, cookbooks, 
  gifts, honey &
  maple products, gourds, 
  pumpkins, winter squash, 
  cornstalks & school tours, 
  by appointment. 
  Buses welcome. 
  Visiting doggies
  on a leash, please! 
  Picnic area.

  Hi-Berry Farm
  Heather/Walter Pries
  338 Curtis Farm Road, 
  Wilton 03086
  654-9819
  9am-12pm, Thursday & Friday;
  9am-5pm, Saturday, 
  July 15-August
  

  High Hopes Orchard
  Joanne/Bruce Smith
  582 Glebe Road, 
  Westmoreland 03467
  399-4305 Fax: 399-4305
  9am-6pm, July-October; 
  10am-5pm, 
  November-December
  

  Hillside Apiaries
  Allen R. Lindahl
  31 Hillside Terrace, 
  Merrimack 03054
  429-0808
  July-September, 
  for berries
  

  Locke’s Blueberry Farm
  Kent D. Locke, Jr.
  164 N. Barnstead Rd., Ctr. 
  Barnstead 03809
  776-2021
  7am-7pm
  

  Lyon Berry Farm
  Bob Lyon
  986 Route 129, 
  Loudon 03307
  435-7640
  
  

  Maplevale Farm & Orchard
  Bruce/Judy Levis
  Route 107, 14 Depot Rd, 
  E. Kingston 03827
  642-3381 Fax: 642-6644
  9am-5pm
  Special events: 
  Apple picking tours 
  for school children, 
  seniors, etc., by 
  appointment.

  Meadow Ledge Farm
  Ernest Roberts
  612 Route 129, 
  Loudon 03307
  798-5860
  
  Special Events: 
  Harvest Festival on 
  Columbus Day weekend.

  Monadnock Berries
  Anthony/Fenella Levick
  545 West Hill Road, 
  Troy 03465
  242-6417 Fax: 242-3543
  8am-8pm, daily, 
  July-August; 
  9am-5pm, daily, 
  September
  

  Monahan Farm
  Jeff Walker
  2 South Road, 
  East Kingston 03827
  642-8186
  mid-June-September, 
  call for hours
  

  Northway Farm
  Charles/Linda Doucette
  216 North Road, 
  Candia 03034
  483-2130
  June-October
  

  Pratt Farm
  Leighton Pratt
  63 Water Street, 
  Lancaster 03584
  788-4320
  8am-6pm, 
  Tuesday & Thursday; 
  8am-2pm, Saturday.
  

  Ridge Runner’s Farm
  Edmund/Dorothy Miles
  160 Ridge Road Top, 
  New Durham 03855-2415
  859-7840
  8am-4pm, Tuesday-Sunday
  

  Rosaly’s Farmstand
  Rosaly Bass
  South of Route 101 
  on Route 123, 
  Peterborough 03458
  924-7774 Fax: 924-6757
  9am-6pm, daily, 
  May 18-October 14
  Herbs: all season; 
  flowers: July 1-frost; 
  raspberries: 
  July 1-August 1; 
  blueberries: 
  August 1-September 1
  

  Saltbox Farm
  Irma/Robert Goodrich
  Route 33, 321 Portsmouth 
  Avenue, Stratham 03885
  436-7978 Fax: 436-7978
  8am-6pm, Tuesday-Friday; 
  8am-5pm, Saturday & Sunday
  July-September, 
  closed Mondays
  Special Events: 
  NH Agriculture Day, 
  August 18

  Smith’s Blueberries
  Lorraine Smith
  265 Turnpike Road, 
  New Ipswich 03071
  878-1719
  8am-dark, 
  Wednesday-Saturday; 
  8am-5pm, Sunday
  

  Stonybrook Farm
  David/Brenda Stowe
  128 Glidden Road, 
  Gilford 03246
  293-4500
  Mid July-Columbus Day
  Special Events:
  Horse drawn hayrides

  Sunnycrest Farm, Inc.
  Robert Larocque
  73 Carter Hill Road, 
  Concord 03301
  225-2625 Fax: 225-2625
  9am-6pm
  

  Sunnycrest Farm, Inc.
  Gretchen & 
  Daniel Hicks III
  59 High Range Road, 
  Londonderry 03053
  432-9652/7753
  June-December, 
  call for picking times
  

  Surowiec Farm
  53 Perley Hill Road, 
  Sanbornton 03269
  286-4069 Fax: 286-4069
  9am-5pm, 
  September-October; 
  call for seasonal hours
  

  The Apple Place
  Roger Bienvenu
  781 Old Walpole Road, 
  Surry 03431
  352-3976
  8am-6pm, 
  Tuesday & Thursday; 
  8am-2pm, Saturday.
  

  The Ranch House Farm
  Marlene Hall
  361 Baptist Hill Road, 
  Canterbury 03224
  267-7551
  10am-5pm, daily
  

  Wilson Farm
  Keith Marshall
  Route 3A, 
  Litchfield 03052
  882-5551 Fax: 882-6748
  8am-5pm
  

  Zahn’s Berry & 
  Christmas Tree Farm
  Charles Zahn
  211 Jennison Road, 
  Milford 03055
  673-1908 Fax: 673-8415
  9am-dark
  

   Broccolli     Back to List
  Nelson Farms
  John Herrmann/Laura Beard
  Range Road, 
  Strafford 03884
  664-5151/9884 Fax: 664-5151
  9am-5pm, Saturday & Sunday, 
  June-October
  

   Cabbage     Back to List
  Nelson Farms
  John Herrmann/Laura Beard
  Range Road, 
  Strafford 03884
  664-5151/9884 Fax: 664-5151
  9am-5pm, Saturday & Sunday, 
  June-October
  

   Carrots     Back to List
  McQuesten Farm
  Charles/Matt/
  Christie/Nancy McQuesten
  Route 3A, Litchfield 03052
  424-9268 Fax: 424-9268
  9am-5pm
  

   Christmas Trees     Back to List
  Balsam Acres
  Bill Rowe
  Route 33, 
  Greenland 03840
  436-2424
  9am-7pm, 
  November 24 to
  December 24
  

  Christmas Country 
  Tree Farm & Gift Gallery
  Roger Upton/Carol Corso
  Route 108, 34 Newton Rd, 
  Plaistow 03865
  382-6146
  9am-4pm, weekends, 
  November-December
  Special Events: 
  Trim-A-Tree Decorating 
  Barn Gallery, open 
  during tagging/cutting 
  season; 
  Santa visits Saturday 
  & Sunday morning
  first December weekend; 
  groups tours by 
  appointment.

  Farmstead Acres
  Marshall/Pati Patmos
  143 London Road, 
  Westmoreland 03467
  352-8730
  9am-4pm, Friday-Sunday, 
  Thanksgiving weekend-Christmas
  

  Hayden’s Christmas 
  Tree Farm
  Barbara Hayden
  Route 108, 
  Newfields 03856
  772-5619
  8am-4pm, daily, starts 
  first weekend after 
  Thanksgiving
  

  Hidden Acres
  Bart Connolly
  14 Clement Lane, 
  East Kingston 03827
  394-0282
  9am-4pm, weekends, 
  Christmas
  

  Highland Plantation
  Warren Stocker
  39 Highland Street, 
  Newton 03858
  382-5403
  9am-5pm, weekends; 
  3-5pm, weekdays
  

  High Meadow
  Gordon/Carolyn Page
  Webber Road, 
  Strafford 03884
  664-2934 Fax: 664-7790
  9am-5pm, weekends; 
  1-5pm, weekdays
  

  Lavoie’s Farm
  John Lavoie
  172 Nartoff Road, 
  Hollis 03049
  882-0072
  mid-June-July: 
  strawberries; 
  September 7-October: 
  apples & pumpkins; 
  Friday after 
  Thanksgiving-December 20: 
  cut your own
  Christmas trees
  

  Mountain Star Farms
  Mike Garvan/Ben Hoyt
  Route 112, 303 Wild 
  Ammonoosuc Road, 
  Woodsville 03785
  888-567-2981 Fax: 747-2981
  10am-5pm, Saturday & Sunday, 
  November 29-December 15
  

  Muehlke Family Tree Farm
  Marjorie Muehlke
  320 Belknap Mountain Road, 
  Gilford 03246
  524-9507
  8am-4pm, Friday-Sunday, 
  mid-November-Christmas
  

  Neva Dun Farm Christmas Trees
  Ken Burt
  77 Peacham Road, Center 
  Barnstead 03225
  776-7000
  9am-dark, daily, 
  Thanksgiving-Christmas
  

  New Rye Tree Farm
  Donald/Denise Keeler
  39 Wing Road, 
  Epsom 03234
  736-9531
  8am-5pm, October 15 to
  December 25, weekends; 
  weekdays, 
  call for hours
  

  Rossview Farm
  Wayne/Ruth Ross
  84 District 5 Road, 
  Concord 03301
  225-9656 Fax: 228-4872
  7am-6pm, 
  June 15-July 15; 
  2-5pm, Monday-Friday, 
  November 26-December 23; 
  9am-5pm, 
  Saturday & Sunday, 
  November 26-December 23
  

  Slate Brook Tree Farm
  Stephen Maddock
  14 Franklin Hill Road, 
  Lyme 03768
  795-2456
  9am-4:30pm, 
  Thanksgiving-Christmas
  

  Surowiec Farm
  53 Perley Hill Road, 
  Sanbornton 03269
  286-4069 Fax: 286-4069
  9am-5pm, 
  September-October; 
  call for seasonal hours
  

  Tonry Farm
  Abby Tonry
  314 Exeter Road, 
  Route 88, 
  Hampton Falls 03844
  772-6213
  9am-4pm, daily, 
  Thanksgiving-Christmas
  9am-4pm, Saturday 
  & Sunday, 
  mid-September to 
  Thanksgiving
  

  Wilson Farm
  Keith Marshall
  Route 3A, 
  Litchfield 03052
  882-5551 Fax: 882-6748
  8am-5pm
  

  Willow Pond Farm
  Bob Girardin
  158 Upper Bay Road, 
  Sanbornton 03269
  524-1739
  9am-4pm, 
  Saturday & Sunday, 
  November 24-December 23
  Special Events: 
  Tagging the three weekends 
  after Columbus Day 
  from 9am-4pm

  Windcrest Tree Farm
  Jim/Carol Nupp
  35 North Road, 
  East Kingston 03827
  772-6202
  9am-4pm, 
  first two weekends 
  of December
  Special Events: 
  Tours available to 
  school children or 
  other interested parties

  Windy Ridge Orchard LLC
  Ann/Richard Fabrizio
  Route 116, 
  North Haverhill 03774
  787-6377 Fax: 787-6377
  September 1-December 23
  

  Zahn’s Berry & 
  Christmas Tree Farm
  Charles Zahn
  211 Jennison Road, 
  Milford 03055
  673-1908 Fax: 673-8415
  9am-dark
  

   Christmas Wreaths & Swags     Back to List
  Farmstead Acres
  Marshall/Pati Patmos
  143 London Road, 
  Westmoreland 03467
  352-8730
  9am-4pm, Friday-Sunday, 
  Thanksgiving weekend-Christmas
  

  High Meadow
  Gordon/Carolyn Page
  Webber Road, 
  Strafford 03884
  664-2934 Fax: 664-7790
  9am-5pm, weekends; 
  1-5pm, weekdays
  

  Mountain Star Farms
  Mike Garvan/Ben Hoyt
  Route 112, 303 Wild 
  Ammonoosuc Road, 
  Woodsville 03785
  888-567-2981 Fax: 747-2981
  10am-5pm, Saturday & Sunday, 
  November 29-December 15
  

  Slate Brook Tree Farm
  Stephen Maddock
  14 Franklin Hill Road, 
  Lyme 03768
  795-2456
  9am-4:30pm, 
  Thanksgiving-Christmas
  

  Willow Pond Farm
  Bob Girardin
  158 Upper Bay Road, 
  Sanbornton 03269
  524-1739
  9am-4pm, 
  Saturday & Sunday, 
  November 24-December 23
  Special Events: 
  Tagging the three weekends 
  after Columbus Day 
  from 9am-4pm

   Cider     Back to List
  Washburn’s Windy 
  Hill Orchard
  Tim/Sue Washburn
  Route 123, Greenville 03048
  878-2101/2111 Fax: 878-3319
  10am-6pm, weekdays; 
  9am-6pm, weekends
  Special Events: 
  Free horse & tractor rides
  to & from orchard & 
  pumpkin patch on weekends. 
  Horse drawn, wagon & 
  sleigh rides year round 
  by appointment. Corn maze, 
  farm animals & picnic area.

   Chard     Back to List
  Nelson Farms
  John Herrmann/Laura Beard
  Range Road, 
  Strafford 03884
  664-5151/9884 Fax: 664-5151
  9am-5pm, Saturday & Sunday, 
  June-October
  

   Cucumbers     Back to List
  Nelson Farms
  John Herrmann/Laura Beard
  Range Road, 
  Strafford 03884
  664-5151/9884 Fax: 664-5151
  9am-5pm, Saturday & Sunday, 
  June-October
  

   Cut Flowers     Back to List
  Applecrest Farm Orchards
  Ben/Peter Wagner
  133 Exeter Road, 
  Hampton Falls 03844
  926-3721 Fax: 926-0006
  8am-6pm
  Special Events: 
  Harvest activities held 
  each Saturday & Sunday 
  during fall, include , 
  PYO apples, pumpkin patch, 
  horsedrawn hayrides, 
  observation bee hives, 
  live bee demonstrations, 
  corn roast, cider pressing 
  & live bluegrass music.

  Blueberry Bay Farm
  Ron/Lois Laurence
  38 Depot Road, 
  Stratham 03885
  580-1612
  Early July-September, 
  8am-5pm, daily
  

  Brookdale Fruit Farm Inc.
  Chip/Rick/Bruce Hardy/
  Frank Whittemore
  38 Broad Street, Hollis 03049
  465-2240/2241/2242 
  Fax: 465-3754
  
  Special Events: 
  Domestic animals & 
  birds-pens; 
  seasonal festivals; 
  hayrides-fall season, 
  weekends afternoons; 
  Half Marathon-
  October; School 
  groups-scheduled only

  Goudreault Farm Greenhouse
  Ted Allen
  82 Newton Road, 
  Plaistow 03865-2409
  382-8298/3081 Fax: 382-1857
  
  

  Spring Ledge Farm
  John/Sue Clough
  220 Main Street, 
  New London 03257
  526-6253/8483 Fax: 524-6679
  9am-6pm; for strawberries, 
  call for hours
  

  Chauncey Farm
  Diane Chauncey
  3 Old Concord Road, 
  Old Route 202, Antrim 03440
  588-2857 Fax: 588-3513
  mid-July-1st week of September
  

   Fall Produce     Back to List
  Washburn’s Windy 
  Hill Orchard
  Tim/Sue Washburn
  Route 123, Greenville 03048
  878-2101/2111 Fax: 878-3319
  10am-6pm, weekdays; 
  9am-6pm, weekends
  Special Events: 
  Free horse & tractor rides
  to & from orchard & 
  pumpkin patch on weekends. 
  Horse drawn, wagon & 
  sleigh rides year round 
  by appointment. Corn maze, 
  farm animals & picnic area.

   Farmers Markets     Back to List
  Amherst Farmers’ Market: 
  Amherst Village Green. 

  June 1-October 5, Thursdays, 2:30-6:30pm. 

  Locally grown & organic produce, fruits, cut flowers, herbs,
  wine, seafood, milk, cheese, baked goods, preserves, soaps, potted plants, 
  other specialty items. Rain or shine, 249-9809

Barrington Farmers’ Market: 

Rts. 9 & 125, across from Calef’s Country Store. 
May-October, Saturdays, 8:30am-12pm. 

Fruits, vegetables, plants, cut flowers, eggs, mushrooms. 749-0377.

Bedford Farmers’ Market:

Rt. 101 to Wallace Rd. to Benedictine Park. Summer, Tuesdays, 3-6pm.
 
Organic and locally grown produce, wine, fish, venison, baked goods, 
cut flowers, cheese, fruits, apples, strawberries, blueberries. 
Family events and celebrations, local musicians. 
Rain or shine, 494-8190.

Canaan Farmers’ Market: 

On the Park, U.S. Rt. 4 & NH Rt. 118. 
June 20-September 26, Tuesdays, 3:30-6:30pm.

Locally and vendor grown produce, meats, baked goods, maple products, 
fine crafts. "Primavera" markets, Saturdays, May 20 & 27; Harvest Market, 
Saturday, October 7, both of these markets are morning markets, 
9am-12pm. Rain or shine, 523-4337. 

Claremont Farmers’ Market: 

Broad Street Park. June 1-October 12, Thursdays, 3:30-6:30pm. 

Produce, fresh bread, baked goods, eggs, flowers, fudge, herbs, honey, 
jams, jellies, maple syrup, meats, plants, seed, soaps, 
handcrafted clothing, quilts, gifts. 
Free entertainment, children’s activities weekly, 
Celebrate NH Farmers’ Market week. Rain or shine, 542-8687

Colebrook Farmers’ Market:

84 Colby St. July-October, Saturdays, 8am-12pm. 

Vegetables, fruits, berries, baked goods, maple products, 
pickles, jams, jellies, wool yarn, crafts. Rain or shine, 237-4430.

Concord Farmers’ Market:

Capitol St. June-October, Saturdays, 8:30am-12pm.

Fresh produce, crafts. Rain or shine, 796-2654.

Contoocook Farmers’ Market: 

Main St. July-September, Saturdays, 9am-12pm.

Pies, jams, jellies, maple syrup, eggs, vegetables, plants, compost, bread,
berries. Rain or shine, 746-2874.

Cornish Farmers’ Market: 

Cornish Flat. May-October, Saturdays, 9am-12pm.

Seasonal produce, baked goods, bread, organic meats, crafts, maple products,
plants. Apple and pumpkin festivals. Rain or shine, 542-6323. 

Deerfield Farmers’ Market:

Old Center Rd. Early summer-early autumn, Fridays, 3-7pm.

Fruits, vegetables, crafts, meats, jams, jellies, baked goods, plants.
Hay rides, music, magic. Rain or shine, 463-8812

Enfield Farmers’ Market:

Huse Park, U.S. Rt. 4 & Main. Late-June-early October, 3-6pm

Fruits, vegetables, maple, honey, baked goods, meats, yarn, soap,
flowers, eggs, chicken, jams, jellies. Weekly entertainment; Cheese Day 
is August 9. Rain or shine, 632-7197

Farmington Farmers’ Market
 
parking lot rear of Bank of NH and library, corner of Main St. & Central St.
Summer, Saturdays, 8am-12pm. 

Baked goods, annuals, perennials, vegetables. 859-7861.

Franklin Community Farmers’ Market

Unitarian Church parking lot, Central St. June 27-October 3, 
Tuesdays, 3-6pm. 

Produce, natural meats, wool, fiber products, honey, maple syrup, 
jellies, jams, ice cream, baked goods. Rain or shine, 934-3229

Hancock Farmers’ Market

in the horse sheds behind the church. Mid-May-mid-October, 
Saturdays, 9am-12pm. 

Vegetables, fruits, certified organic produce, pickles, buffalo meat, 
honey, handicrafts, baked goods, soups, perennials, flowers, maple syrup, 
soaps, kettle corn, quilts, yarns, preserves, cider (in season).
Weekly musical, craft and cooking events; announcements in local papers 
and sign board. Rain or shine, 525-3788

Henniker Farmer’s Market

Community Park, Main St. July 5-October 11, Wednesdays, 3-6pm

Vegetables, fruits, maple syrup, honey, crafts, body products,
flowers, homemade dog biscuits, eggs, pork, chicken, composting 
red worms, baked goods. Live music periodically. Rain or shine, 428-7490.

Hillsborough Farmers’ Market

Butler Park, West Main St. July 16-September 17, Saturdays, 9am-12pm

Produce, flowers, baked goods, jellies, jams and occasional crafters
464-4640

Jackson Area Market

Jackson Village. Summer, Saturdays, 9am-12pm

Vegetables, fruits, arts and crafts. Shine only, 383-6277.

Jaffrey Farmers’ Market

Monadnock Plaza, Rt. 202. July-September, Saturdays, 9am-12pm

Produce, flowers, plants, jams, jellies, maple syrup, baked
goods, limited crafts. Rain or shine, 532-6561.

Keene Farmers’ Market

commercial parking lot off Gilbo Ave. May-October, Tuesdays and 
Saturdays, 9am-2pm. 

Fruits, vegetables, herbs, plants, flowers, maple syrup, honey, 
baked goods, crafts, jams, jellies, eggs and soap. Rain or shine, 446-9474.

Laconia Farmers’ Market

Beacon St. East, upper parking lot, next to City Hall. 
June 24-October 7, Saturdays, 8:30am-12pm

Vegetables, fruits, baked goods, jams, jellies, flowers, crafts, 
maple syrup, honey, goat cheese and milk and eggs. 
Rain or shine, 267-6522

Lancaster Farmers’ Market

Centennial Park. June-October, Saturdays, 9am-12pm

Certified organic produce, fresh local produce, goat cheese, eggs, baked
goods, pestos, jams, jellies, cut flowers, plants, maple syrup, 
free range chickens, honey, fruits, berries and cider. 
Rain or shine, 586-9832.

Lebanon Farmers’ Market

Colburn Park, downtown Lebanon. June-September, Thursdays, 4-7pm

Locally and organically grown produce, breads, baked goods, poultry 
and meat products, eggs, cheese, prepared foods, hard cider, crafts, 
jewelry, soaps, woolens. Live music at every market and community booths.
Rain or shine, 802-649-2724

Littleton Farmers’ Market

Cottage St., Senior Center parking lot. June 18-October 8, 
Sundays, 10am-1pm. 

Fresh local produce in season, meat, eggs, poultry, maple products, 
preserves, baked goods, prepared food, perennials, cut flowers, honey, 
crafts, wood products. Entertainment and demonstrations through
the season. 444-7777/0248

Lower Cohase Farmers’ Market

Rt. 302, Woodsville. June 15-October 15, Wednesdays, 11am-2pm

Seasonal produce, melons, eggs, baked goods, crafts, flowers, plants. 
Rain or shine, 838-6425.

Manchester Downtown Farmers’ Market

Victory Park, Concord St. & Pine St. June-October, 
Thursdays, 3-6:30pm

Vegetables, herbs, flowers, eggs, meat, baked goods, certified organic 
vendors, soups, maple products, strawberries, blueberries, apples, pears, 
peaches, melons, dried flowers, wines. Weekly demonstrations of cooking, 
music, children days, food sampling. Rain or shine, 679-8101

Meredith Village Farmers’ Market

Community Park, Main St. July 6-September 14, Thursdays, 3-6pm. 

Fresh locally grown meat, fruits, vegetables, crafts, maple syrup, 
baked goods. Demonstrations, music. Rain or shine, 279-9015

Milford Farmers’ Market

TD Banknorth, lower lot, South St. Late-June-early-October, 
Saturdays, 9am-12pm. 

Locally grown fruits, vegetables, flowers, herbs, plants, baked goods , 
jams, jellies, maple syrup. Rain or shine, 673-5792

Farmers’ Market Association of Nashua

St. Louis de Gonzague Church, 48 West Hollis St. July 11-October 17, 
Tuesdays, 2-6pm. 

Fresh vegetables, fruits, herbs, jams, jellies, maple syrup and 
fresh baked breads. Rain or shine, 878-4570.

New Boston Farmers’ Market

Town Common at the gazebo, Rt. 13. July-October, Saturdays, 9am-12pm. 

Local produce, baked goods, eggs, flowers, jams, sweets, honey, 
maple syrup, herbals, fresh fish. Rain or shine, 487-3577

New Durham Farmers’ Market

Depot Rd., at the Post Office parking lot under the Pines. 
Summer, Fridays, 3-6pm. 

Baked goods, annuals, perennials, vegetables. 859-7861.

Newport Farmers’ Market

on the common, North Main St. June 9-October 13, Fridays, 3-6pm. 
Fruits, vegetables, plants, flowers, breads, pastries, cookies,
candies, soaps, meats, eggs, preserves, wool products, food concessions. 
Rain or shine, 863-4847

North Conway Farmers’ Market

Gibson Center for Senior Services. July-September, Tuesdays, 1-5pm. 
Vegetables, fruits, arts and crafts. Rain or shine, 383-6277.

Nottingham Farmers’ Market

Blaisdell Memorial Library parking lot, 129 Stage Rd., 
Mid July-mid September, Sundays, 1-4pm. 

Fresh local produce and plants. 679-8484.

Peterborough Farmers’ Market

Depot Square Park. May 24-October 4, Wednesdays, 3-6:30pm. 

Starter plants, vegetables, herbs, fruits, cut flowers, bouquets, 
perennials, eggs, poultry, lamb, goose, duck, herbal products, baked goods, 
pickles, preserves, honey, maple syrup, goat cheese, raw fresh milk, raw
fresh goats milk, jewelry, soap, candles, hand knit sweaters, mittens, scarves, 
felted bags, other items felted. Rain or shine, 547-2108.

Pittsfield Farmers’ Market

Dustin Park. Mid June-mid October, Thursdays, 3-5:30pm. 

Local farm fresh vegetables, fruits in season, baked goods, bread, jams,
jellies, soaps, cut flowers, annuals, perennials, herbs, specialty products. 
Rain or shine, 435-7695

Plymouth Farmers’ Market

Church of the Holy Spirit Community Life Center, Highland St. 
June 22-September 28, Thursdays, 3-6pm. 

Corn, tomatoes, cucumbers, squash, beans, peas, lettuce, beets, melons, 
cut flowers, meats, eggs, soaps and baked goods. Rain or shine, 536-3823

Pride’s Planting Farmers’ Market

4 Corners Antique Store parking lot, Route 202 & Estey’s Rd. & 
Meaderboro Rd. May-October, Fridays, 3-6:30pm; Saturdays, 9am-12pm. 

Pumpkins, gourds, berries, flowers, plants, lemonade, vegetables (A-Z), 
herbs, wood, wood crafts, tole painting, homemade dog bones. 332-9770.

Rochester Downtown Farmers’ Market

Church of the Redeemer parking lot, 57 Wakefield St. Summer, 
Thursdays and Fridays, 3-6pm. 

Baked goods,annuals, perennials, vegetables. 859-7861.

Sanbornton Farmers’ Market

Sanbornton Historical Society’s Lane Tavern in Sanbornton Square, 
Rt. 132. June 30-October 6, Fridays, 3-6pm. 

Agricultural crafts, baked goods, dairy, free range poultry and meat 
products, eggs, fiber goods, crafts, flowers, fresh fruits, berries, herbs, 
honey, jams, jellies, potted plants, processed foods, seeds, syrup, vegetables, 
woods crafts and products. Local entertainment; fresh produce cooking 
demonstrations. Rain or shine, 528-1990.

Sandwich Farmers’ Market

Samuel H. Wentworth Library, under the Pines, Rt. 109. 
June 24-September 30, Saturdays, 9am-12pm. 

Locally grown and certified organic produce, fruits, berries, 
maple syrup, baskets, baked goods, seasonal demonstrations, plants, more. 
Old Home week in August. Rain or shine, 284-7163.

Seacoast Farmers’ Markets

Featuring locally grown products, certified organic products, prepared foods, 
baked goods, arts and crafts. 778-6003 (in season hotline).

Dover: Henry Law Park, June-October, Wednesdays, 2:30-5:30pm.

Durham: 

Pettee Brook Lane parking lot, June-October, Mondays, 2:30-5:30pm.

Exeter: 

Swasey Parkway, June-October, Thursdays, 2:30-5:30pm.

Hampton: 

Sacred Heart School parking lot, Lafayette Rd., June-October, 
Tuesdays, 3-6pm.

Kingston: 

The Plains, Main St., June-October, Tuesdays, 2:30-5:30pm.

Portsmouth: 

City Hall parking lot, Junkins Ave., May-November, Saturdays, 8am- 1pm.

Stratham: 

Stratham Hill Park, June-October, Wednesdays, 2:30-5:30pm.

Tilton Farmers’ Market

East Main St. across from Police Department. June-October, 
Wednesdays, 3-6pm. 

Fruits, vegetables, bedding plants, seasonal plants, pumpkins, 
maple products, honey products, pies, jams, jellies, baked goods, 
craft items. Rain or shine, 286-8668

Wakefield Farmers’ Market

corner of Rt. 16 and Wakefield Rd., opposite Palmers Motel. 
May 27-October 7, Saturdays, 9am-3pm. 

Local vegetables, fruits in season, baked goods, fudge, plants, pottery, 
wood, fiber art. Demonstrations 10-11am. Rain or shine, 473-8762

Weare Farmers’ Market

Town Gazebo. July-September, Fridays, 3-6pm. 

Seasonal fresh fruits, produce, certified organic goods, fresh baked breads, 
pies, jams, jellies, pickles, goats milk soaps, lotions, fresh garlic, 
compost, flowers, potted plants. Vendor demonstrations, educational events, 
music. Rain or shine, 529-0782

Whitefield Farmers’ Market
on the common, King Square. June-October, Fridays, 3-6pm. 
Produce, craft items. Rain or shine, 837-8778.

Wilmot Farmers’ Market

Wilmot Town Green, near bandstand. July 1-September 30, 
Saturdays, 9am-12pm. 

Vegetables, baked goods, meats, maple syrup, plants, cut flowers, honey, 
jams, jellies, herbal soaps, crafts, wool products. Local entertainment. 
Rain or shine, 371-0849

Wilton Downtown Marketplace

48 Main St. June-September, Fridays, 3:30-6:30pm. 

Produce, New Hampshire made and produced products. Free corn on
cob while in season! Harvest Fair, September 16, 10am-2pm. 
Rain or shine, 654-3020

Wolfeboro Area Farmers’ Market

35 Center St. across from DeVylder’s Market. June 22-September 28, 
Thursdays, 1-5pm. 

Organic vegetables, goats milk products, jams, jellies, baked goods, 
cut flowers, herbs, herb products, eggs, honey, maple syrup, potted plants, 
wool. Weekly educational demonstrations and events. 
Rain or shine, 323-3369

   Flowers     Back to List
  Apple Hill Farm
  Diane/Chuck Souther
  580 Mountain Road, 
  Concord 03301
  224-8862 Fax: 224-8862
  June-November, varies 
  with picking season
  

  Beans & Greens Farmstand
  Martina Howe
  245 Intervale Road, 
  Gilford 03246
  293-7070 Fax: 293-7070
  9am-6pm, daily, 
  May-October
  Special Events: Farm 
  animals, observation 
  beehive, birthday 
  parties & hayrides by 
  appointment. Fall school 
  tours (field trips.)

  Beech Hill Farm Stand
  Donna/Robert Kimball
  107 Beech Hill Road, 
  Hopkinton 03229
  224-7655/223-0828
  11am-9pm, summer
  

  Grand View Farm
  Wayne/Ruth Mann
  35 Fife Road, 
  Canterbury 03224
  783-9886 Fax: 783-9886
  9am-6pm
  

  Have Ewe Any Wool? 
  at Nick’s Meadow Farm
  Lindsey/Susan Rice
  48 Rt. 9, Barrington 03825
  749-9852
  
  

  Nelson Farms
  John Herrmann/Laura Beard
  Range Road, 
  Strafford 03884
  664-5151/9884 Fax: 664-5151
  9am-5pm, Saturday & Sunday, 
  June-October
  

  Ridge Runner’s Farm
  Edmund/Dorothy Miles
  160 Ridge Road Top, 
  New Durham 03855-2415
  859-7840
  8am-4pm, Tuesday-Sunday
  

  Rosaly’s Farmstand
  Rosaly Bass
  South of Route 101 
  on Route 123, 
  Peterborough 03458
  924-7774 Fax: 924-6757
  9am-6pm, daily, 
  May 18-October 14
  Herbs: all season; 
  flowers: July 1-frost; 
  raspberries: 
  July 1-August 1; 
  blueberries: 
  August 1-September 1
  

  Saltbox Farm
  Irma/Robert Goodrich
  Route 33, 321 Portsmouth 
  Avenue, Stratham 03885
  436-7978 Fax: 436-7978
  8am-6pm, Tuesday-Friday; 
  8am-5pm, Saturday & Sunday
  July-September, 
  closed Mondays
  Special Events: 
  NH Agriculture Day, 
  August 18

  Sunnycrest Farm, Inc.
  Gretchen & 
  Daniel Hicks III
  59 High Range Road, 
  Londonderry 03053
  432-9652/7753
  June-December, 
  call for picking times
  

  Wilson Farm
  Keith Marshall
  Route 3A, 
  Litchfield 03052
  882-5551 Fax: 882-6748
  8am-5pm
  

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  Nelson Farms
  John Herrmann/Laura Beard
  Range Road, 
  Strafford 03884
  664-5151/9884 Fax: 664-5151
  9am-5pm, Saturday & Sunday, 
  June-October
  

   Gladiolas     Back to List
  Beech Hill Farm Stand
  Donna/Robert Kimball
  107 Beech Hill Road, 
  Hopkinton 03229
  224-7655/223-0828
  11am-9pm, summer
  

   Gourds     Back to List
  Demeritt Hill Farm
  Mike/Kim Lynch
  66 Lee Road, Lee 03824
  868-2111
  10am-5pm, daily, 
  August 24-November 3
  Special Events: 
  Annual Arts & Craft 
  Festival, August 23-24
  10am-5pm; Annual 
  Enchanted Halloween 
  Hayrides with haunted 
  corn maze, October 19-20 
  & October 26-27

  Maple Lane Farm
  Karen Grybko/
  Richard Herfurth
  Center Road, 
  Lyndeborough 03082
  654-5362 Fax: 654-5635
  September & October 
  weekends
  

  Washburn’s Windy 
  Hill Orchard
  Tim/Sue Washburn
  Route 123, Greenville 03048
  878-2101/2111 Fax: 878-3319
  10am-6pm, weekdays; 
  9am-6pm, weekends
  Special Events: 
  Free horse & tractor rides
  to & from orchard & 
  pumpkin patch on weekends. 
  Horse drawn, wagon & 
  sleigh rides year round 
  by appointment. Corn maze, 
  farm animals & picnic area.

   Grapes     Back to List
  Bunker Hill Orchards
  Cameron/Joan Sewall
  97 Bunker Hill Avenue, 
  Stratham 03885
  772-3748
  9am-5pm, 
  mid-August-September 1, 
  Friday-Sunday; 12:30-5pm, 
  September 2-November, 
  Monday & Thursday; 
  all other days 
  9am-5pm
  Special Events: 
   Enjoy using our 
   Amish made wagons 
   to tote your children 
   & harvested fruits to 
   & from our orchards. 
   Reindeer Farm next door.

   Herbs     Back to List
  Beans & Greens Farmstand
  Martina Howe
  245 Intervale Road, 
  Gilford 03246
  293-7070 Fax: 293-7070
  9am-6pm, daily, 
  May-October
  Special Events: Farm 
  animals, observation 
  beehive, birthday 
  parties & hayrides by 
  appointment. Fall school 
  tours (field trips.)

  Rosaly’s Farmstand
  Rosaly Bass
  South of Route 101 
  on Route 123, 
  Peterborough 03458
  924-7774 Fax: 924-6757
  9am-6pm, daily, 
  May 18-October 14
  Herbs: all season; 
  flowers: July 1-frost; 
  raspberries: 
  July 1-August 1; 
  blueberries: 
  August 1-September 1
  

   Honey     Back to List
  Hillside Apiaries
  Allen R. Lindahl
  31 Hillside Terrace, 
  Merrimack 03054
  429-0808
  July-September, 
  for berries
  

  Washburn’s Windy 
  Hill Orchard
  Tim/Sue Washburn
  Route 123, Greenville 03048
  878-2101/2111 Fax: 878-3319
  10am-6pm, weekdays; 
  9am-6pm, weekends
  Special Events: 
  Free horse & tractor rides
  to & from orchard & 
  pumpkin patch on weekends. 
  Horse drawn, wagon & 
  sleigh rides year round 
  by appointment. Corn maze, 
  farm animals & picnic area.

   Kale     Back to List
  Nelson Farms
  John Herrmann/Laura Beard
  Range Road, 
  Strafford 03884
  664-5151/9884 Fax: 664-5151
  9am-5pm, Saturday & Sunday, 
  June-October
  

   Lettuce     Back to List
  Nelson Farms
  John Herrmann/Laura Beard
  Range Road, 
  Strafford 03884
  664-5151/9884 Fax: 664-5151
  9am-5pm, Saturday & Sunday, 
  June-October
  

   Maple Syrup     Back to List
  Washburn’s Windy 
  Hill Orchard
  Tim/Sue Washburn
  Route 123, Greenville 03048
  878-2101/2111 Fax: 878-3319
  10am-6pm, weekdays; 
  9am-6pm, weekends
  Special Events: 
  Free horse & tractor rides
  to & from orchard & 
  pumpkin patch on weekends. 
  Horse drawn, wagon & 
  sleigh rides year round 
  by appointment. Corn maze, 
  farm animals & picnic area.

   Mums     Back to List
  Washburn’s Windy 
  Hill Orchard
  Tim/Sue Washburn
  Route 123, Greenville 03048
  878-2101/2111 Fax: 878-3319
  10am-6pm, weekdays; 
  9am-6pm, weekends
  Special Events: 
  Free horse & tractor rides
  to & from orchard & 
  pumpkin patch on weekends. 
  Horse drawn, wagon & 
  sleigh rides year round 
  by appointment. Corn maze, 
  farm animals & picnic area.

   Nectarines     Back to List
  Ridge Runner’s Farm
  Edmund/Dorothy Miles
  160 Ridge Road Top, 
  New Durham 03855-2415
  859-7840
  8am-4pm, Tuesday-Sunday
  

   Onions     Back to List
  Nelson Farms
  John Herrmann/Laura Beard
  Range Road, 
  Strafford 03884
  664-5151/9884 Fax: 664-5151
  9am-5pm, Saturday & Sunday, 
  June-October
  

   Ornamental Corn     Back to List
  Washburn’s Windy 
  Hill Orchard
  Tim/Sue Washburn
  Route 123, Greenville 03048
  878-2101/2111 Fax: 878-3319
  10am-6pm, weekdays; 
  9am-6pm, weekends
  Special Events: 
  Free horse & tractor rides
  to & from orchard & 
  pumpkin patch on weekends. 
  Horse drawn, wagon & 
  sleigh rides year round 
  by appointment. Corn maze, 
  farm animals & picnic area.

   Peaches     Back to List
  Applecrest Farm Orchards
  Ben/Peter Wagner
  133 Exeter Road, 
  Hampton Falls 03844
  926-3721 Fax: 926-0006
  8am-6pm
  Special Events: 
  Harvest activities held 
  each Saturday & Sunday 
  during fall, include , 
  PYO apples, pumpkin patch, 
  horsedrawn hayrides, 
  observation bee hives, 
  live bee demonstrations, 
  corn roast, cider pressing 
  & live bluegrass music.

  Butternut Farm
  Howard/Ann Stevens
  241 Meaderboro Road, 
  Farmington 03835
  335-4705
  mid-June-end of October
  

  Monahan Farm
  Jeff Walker
  2 South Road, 
  East Kingston 03827
  642-8186
  mid-June-September, 
  call for hours
  

  Mapadot Orchard
  John Young
  3 Valley View Lane, 
  New Boston 03070
  487-5521 Fax: 497-4828
  
  

  Ridge Runner’s Farm
  Edmund/Dorothy Miles
  160 Ridge Road Top, 
  New Durham 03855-2415
  859-7840
  8am-4pm, Tuesday-Sunday
  

   Peppers     Back to List
  McQuesten Farm
  Charles/Matt/
  Christie/Nancy McQuesten
  Route 3A, Litchfield 03052
  424-9268 Fax: 424-9268
  9am-5pm
  

  Nelson Farms
  John Herrmann/Laura Beard
  Range Road, 
  Strafford 03884
  664-5151/9884 Fax: 664-5151
  9am-5pm, Saturday & Sunday, 
  June-October
  

   Perennials     Back to List
  Beech Hill Farm Stand
  Donna/Robert Kimball
  107 Beech Hill Road, 
  Hopkinton 03229
  224-7655/223-0828
  11am-9pm, summer
  

  Ridge Runner’s Farm
  Edmund/Dorothy Miles
  160 Ridge Road Top, 
  New Durham 03855-2415
  859-7840
  8am-4pm, Tuesday-Sunday
  

   Pumpkins     Back to List
  Applecrest Farm Orchards
  Ben/Peter Wagner
  133 Exeter Road, 
  Hampton Falls 03844
  926-3721 Fax: 926-0006
  8am-6pm
  Special Events: 
  Harvest activities held 
  each Saturday & Sunday 
  during fall, include , 
  PYO apples, pumpkin patch, 
  horsedrawn hayrides, 
  observation bee hives, 
  live bee demonstrations, 
  corn roast, cider pressing 
  & live bluegrass music.

  Beans & Greens Farmstand
  Martina Howe
  245 Intervale Road, 
  Gilford 03246
  293-7070 Fax: 293-7070
  9am-6pm, daily, 
  May-October
  Special Events: Farm 
  animals, observation 
  beehive, birthday 
  parties & hayrides by 
  appointment. Fall school 
  tours (field trips.)

  Brookdale Fruit Farm Inc.
  Chip/Rick/Bruce Hardy/
  Frank Whittemore
  38 Broad Street, Hollis 03049
  465-2240/2241/2242 
  Fax: 465-3754
  September-October
  Special Events: 
  Domestic animals & 
  birds-pens; 
  seasonal festivals; 
  hayrides-fall season, 
  weekends afternoons; 
  Half Marathon-
  October; School 
  groups-scheduled only

  Butternut Farm
  Howard/Ann Stevens
  241 Meaderboro Road, 
  Farmington 03835
  335-4705
  mid-June-end of October
  

  Currier Orchards
  Eber/Trudy Currier
  9 Peaslee Road, 
  Merrimack 03054
  881-8864 Fax: 881-9905
  10am-5pm, weekdays; 
  9am-6pm, weekends; 
  Labor Day-Thanksgiving
  

  Deerview Farm
  Valerie/David Whatmough
  64 Old Center Road North, 
  Deerfield 03037
  463-7549 Fax: 463-7549
  10am-5pm, daily, 
  Labor Day weekend To
  Halloween, closed Tues.
  

  Demeritt Hill Farm
  Mike/Kim Lynch
  66 Lee Road, Lee 03824
  868-2111
  10am-5pm, daily, 
  August 24-November 3
  Special Events: 
  Annual Arts & Craft 
  Festival, August 23-24
  10am-5pm; Annual 
  Enchanted Halloween 
  Hayrides with haunted 
  corn maze, October 19-20 
  & October 26-27

  Emery Farm
  Bill/Brad Towle
  US Route 4, 
  Durham 03824
  742-8495
  9am-6pm
  

  Great Brook Farm
  Ben Ladd/
  Melanie Stephens
  335 Hackleboro Road, 
  Canterbury 03224
  783-4126 Fax: 783-0027
  10am-5pm, daily, 
  mid-September-November 1;
  weekends, 
  November 1-Thanksgiving
  Special Events: 
  Every weekend

  High Hopes Orchard
  Joanne/Bruce Smith
  582 Glebe Road, 
  Westmoreland 03467
  399-4305 Fax: 399-4305
  9am-6pm, July-October; 
  10am-5pm, 
  November-December
  

  Lavoie’s Farm
  John Lavoie
  172 Nartoff Road, 
  Hollis 03049
  882-0072
  mid-June-July: 
  strawberries; 
  September 7-October: 
  apples & pumpkins; 
  Friday after 
  Thanksgiving-December 20: 
  cut your own
  Christmas trees
  

  Ledgewood Farm & Livery
  Alice/Richard Levis
  216 Pleasant Street, 
  Route 27, Epping 03042
  679-4343 Fax: 679-5474
  Call for hours
  Pumpkins with a 
  horse drawn hayride

  Mack’s Apples
  Michael Cross
  230 Mammoth Road, 
  Londonderry 03053
  434-7619/432-3456
  
  

  Mapadot Orchard
  John Young
  3 Valley View Lane, 
  New Boston 03070
  487-5521 Fax: 497-4828
  
  

  Maple Lane Farm
  Karen Grybko/
  Richard Herfurth
  Center Road, 
  Lyndeborough 03082
  654-5362 Fax: 654-5635
  September & October 
  weekends
  

  Nelson Farms
  John Herrmann/Laura Beard
  Range Road, 
  Strafford 03884
  664-5151/9884 Fax: 664-5151
  9am-5pm, Saturday & Sunday, 
  June-October
  

  Olkkola Farm
  Peter Olkkola
  30 Walker Hill Rd., 
  Ossipee 03864
  539-4072 Fax: 539-3535
  
  

  Rossview Farm
  Wayne/Ruth Ross
  84 District 5 Road, 
  Concord 03301
  225-9656 Fax: 228-4872
  7am-6pm, 
  June 15-July 15; 
  2-5pm, Monday-Friday, 
  November 26-December 23; 
  9am-5pm, 
  Saturday & Sunday, 
  November 26-December 23
  

  Round Barn Shoppe
  George Schmid
  430 Route 10, 
  Piermont 03779
  272-9026
  9am-5pm, 
  Thursday-Monday, fall
  

  Spider Web Gardens
  William Stockman
  252 Middle Rd., Rt. 109A, 
  Center Tuftonboro 03816
  569-5056 Fax: 560-3608
  Open year round, daily, 
  8am-6pm; winter, 
  close at dusk
  

  Sunnycrest Farm, Inc.
  Robert Larocque
  73 Carter Hill Road, 
  Concord 03301
  225-2625 Fax: 225-2625
  9am-6pm
  

  Washburn’s Windy 
  Hill Orchard
  Tim/Sue Washburn
  Route 123, Greenville 03048
  878-2101/2111 Fax: 878-3319
  10am-6pm, weekdays; 
  9am-6pm, weekends
  Special Events: 
  Free horse & tractor rides
  to & from orchard & 
  pumpkin patch on weekends. 
  Horse drawn, wagon & 
  sleigh rides year round 
  by appointment. Corn maze, 
  farm animals & picnic area.

  Wilson Farm
  Keith Marshall
  Route 3A, 
  Litchfield 03052
  882-5551 Fax: 882-6748
  8am-5pm
  

  Windy Ridge Orchard LLC
  Ann/Richard Fabrizio
  Route 116, 
  North Haverhill 03774
  787-6377 Fax: 787-6377
  September 1-December 23
  

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  Apple Hill Farm
  Diane/Chuck Souther
  580 Mountain Road, 
  Concord 03301
  224-8862 Fax: 224-8862
  June-November, varies 
  with picking season
  

  Bean Hill Farm
  Eliza Conde
  200 Bean Hill Road, 
  Northfield 03276
  286-8319
  Call For Hours
  

  Beaver Pond Farm
  McDonoughs/Nelsons
  50 McDonough Road, 
  Newport 03773
  542-7339
  July 7-August 30
  

  Berry Hill Farm
  Caroline Robinson
  61 Stratham Heights Rd, 
  Stratham 03885
  773-9652 Fax: 773-9651
  June 14-August 30
  

  Berry Knoll Farm
  David Sorenson
  Brownfield Road, 
  Fire Lane 313, 
  Eaton 03832
  447-3994
  July-August
  

  Blueberry Acres
  Dick/Shirley Elsesser
  Derry Hill Road, 
  Acworth 03601
  835-2259 Fax: 835-6382
  8am-7pm, Tuesday-Sunday, 
  end of July-second week 
  of September
  

  Brookdale Fruit Farm Inc.
  Chip/Rick/Bruce Hardy/
  Frank Whittemore
  38 Broad Street, Hollis 03049
  465-2240/2241/2242 
  Fax: 465-3754
  July-September
  Special Events: 
  Domestic animals & 
  birds-pens; 
  seasonal festivals; 
  hayrides-fall season, 
  weekends afternoons; 
  Half Marathon-
  October; School 
  groups-scheduled only

  Butternut Farm
  Howard/Ann Stevens
  241 Meaderboro Road, 
  Farmington 03835
  335-4705
  mid-June-end of October
  

  Durocher Farm
  Joan Durocher
  448 Charles Bancroft Hwy, 
  Litchfield 03052
  429-0999
  7am-2pm
  

  Elwood Orchards
  Wayland/Wayne Elwood
  54 Elwood Road, 
  Londonderry 03053-3126
  434-6017
  June-October 15
  Special Events: 
  Hayrides, call for 
  information.

  Grande Hill Farm, LLC
  Maria Southworth
  81 Perkins Road, 
  Madbury 03820
  743-0093
  2-6pm, 
  Tuesday & Fridays, 
  Summer, to members
  

  High Hopes Orchard
  Joanne/Bruce Smith
  582 Glebe Road, 
  Westmoreland 03467
  399-4305 Fax: 399-4305
  9am-6pm, July-October; 
  10am-5pm, 
  November-December
  Special Events: 
  Farm Adventure 
  Entertainment Park 
  September-October; 
  free wagon ride to orchard
  September-October; park
  includes animals, rides, 
  haunted barn, spooky ride 
  (narrated), train, etc., 
  snack bar-September-October; 
  ice cream-July-October

  Hillside Apiaries
  Allen R. Lindahl
  31 Hillside Terrace, 
  Merrimack 03054
  429-0808
  July-September, 
  for berries
  

  L-B Farm
  Dr. Leif B. Johannessen
  Gage Hill Road #326, 
  Wakefield 03872
  522-3268
  Mid-July-mid-August, 
  daily
  

  Ledge Top Farm
  Tom Mitchell
  487 Lyndeboro 
  Center Road, Wilton 03086
  654-6002
  9am-dusk
  

  Monadnock Berries
  Anthony/Fenella Levick
  545 West Hill Road, 
  Troy 03465
  242-6417 Fax: 242-3543
  8am-8pm, daily, 
  July-August; 
  9am-5pm, daily, 
  September
  

  Monahan Farm
  Jeff Walker
  2 South Road, 
  East Kingston 03827
  642-8186
  mid-June-September, 
  call for hours
  

  Northway Farm
  Charles/Linda Doucette
  216 North Road, 
  Candia 03034
  483-2130
  June-October
  

  Pratt Farm
  Leighton Pratt
  63 Water Street, 
  Lancaster 03584
  788-4320
  8am-6pm, 
  Tuesday & Thursday; 
  8am-2pm, Saturday.
  

  Ridge Runner’s Farm
  Edmund/Dorothy Miles
  160 Ridge Road Top, 
  New Durham 03855-2415
  859-7840
  8am-4pm, Tuesday-Sunday
  

  Rosaly’s Farmstand
  Rosaly Bass
  South of Route 101 
  on Route 123, 
  Peterborough 03458
  924-7774 Fax: 924-6757
  9am-6pm, daily, 
  May 18-October 14
  Herbs: all season; 
  flowers: July 1-frost; 
  raspberries: 
  July 1-August 1; 
  blueberries: 
  August 1-September 1
  

  Saltbox Farm
  Irma/Robert Goodrich
  Route 33, 321 Portsmouth 
  Avenue, Stratham 03885
  436-7978 Fax: 436-7978
  8am-6pm, Tuesday-Friday; 
  8am-5pm, Saturday & Sunday
  July-September, 
  closed Mondays
  Special Events: 
  NH Agriculture Day, 
  August 18

  Smith Farm
  Richard A. Smith
  129 Sanborn Road, 
  E. Kingston 03827-2031
  642-5544
  
  

  Smith Farm Stand
  Nathan Smith
  95 Sleeper Hill Road, 
  Gilford 03249
  524-7673
  10am-6pm, stand open; PYO begins 
  at 8am, mid-June-September
  

  Sunnycrest Farm, Inc.
  Gretchen & 
  Daniel Hicks III
  59 High Range Road, 
  Londonderry 03053
  432-9652/7753
  June-December, 
  call for picking times
  

  Surowiec Farm
  53 Perley Hill Road, 
  Sanbornton 03269
  286-4069 Fax: 286-4069
  9am-5pm, 
  September-October; 
  call for seasonal hours
  

  The Apple Place
  Roger Bienvenu
  781 Old Walpole Road, 
  Surry 03431
  352-3976
  8am-6pm, 
  Tuesday & Thursday; 
  8am-2pm, Saturday.
  

  The Ranch House Farm
  Marlene Hall
  361 Baptist Hill Road, 
  Canterbury 03224
  267-7551
  10am-5pm, daily
  

  Warren Farm
  Richard/Heather Warren
  30 Warren Road, 
  Barrington 03825
  868-2001
  As crops are available
  

  Wilson Farm
  Keith Marshall
  Route 3A, 
  Litchfield 03052
  882-5551 Fax: 882-6748
  8am-5pm
  

   Salad Mix     Back to List
  Nelson Farms
  John Herrmann/Laura Beard
  Range Road, 
  Strafford 03884
  664-5151/9884 Fax: 664-5151
  9am-5pm, Saturday & Sunday, 
  June-October
  

   Spinach     Back to List
  Nelson Farms
  John Herrmann/Laura Beard
  Range Road, 
  Strafford 03884
  664-5151/9884 Fax: 664-5151
  9am-5pm, Saturday & Sunday, 
  June-October
  

   Squash     Back to List
  Nelson Farms
  John Herrmann/Laura Beard
  Range Road, 
  Strafford 03884
  664-5151/9884 Fax: 664-5151
  9am-5pm, Saturday & Sunday, 
  June-October
  

  Spider Web Gardens
  William Stockman
  252 Middle Rd., Rt. 109A, 
  Center Tuftonboro 03816
  569-5056 Fax: 560-3608
  Open year round, daily, 
  8am-6pm; winter, 
  close at dusk
  

   Strawberries     Back to List
  Applecrest Farm Orchards
  Ben/Peter Wagner
  133 Exeter Road, 
  Hampton Falls 03844
  926-3721 Fax: 926-0006
  8am-6pm
  Special Events: 
  Harvest activities held 
  each Saturday & Sunday 
  during fall, include , 
  PYO apples, pumpkin patch, 
  horsedrawn hayrides, 
  observation bee hives, 
  live bee demonstrations, 
  corn roast, cider pressing 
  & live bluegrass music.

  Apple Hill Farm
  Diane/Chuck Souther
  580 Mountain Road, 
  Concord 03301
  224-8862 Fax: 224-8862
  June-November, varies 
  with picking season
  

  Barrett Hill Farm
  Matthew/Beth/Sandra LeClair
  149 Barrett Hill Road, 
  Mason 03048
  878-2351 Fax: 878-2817
  8am-6pm, daily, 
  June 19-July 8
  

  Beans & Greens Farmstand
  Martina Howe
  245 Intervale Road, 
  Gilford 03246
  293-7070 Fax: 293-7070
  9am-6pm, daily, 
  May-October
  Special Events: Farm 
  animals, observation 
  beehive, birthday 
  parties & hayrides by 
  appointment. Fall school 
  tours (field trips.)

  Berry Hill Farm
  Caroline Robinson
  61 Stratham Heights Rd, 
  Stratham 03885
  773-9652 Fax: 773-9651
  June 14-August 30
  

  Brookdale Fruit Farm Inc.
  Chip/Rick/Bruce Hardy/
  Frank Whittemore
  38 Broad Street, Hollis 03049
  465-2240/2241/2242 
  Fax: 465-3754
  June
  Special Events: 
  Domestic animals & 
  birds-pens; 
  seasonal festivals; 
  hayrides-fall season, 
  weekends afternoons; 
  Half Marathon-
  October; School 
  groups-scheduled only

  Butternut Farm
  Howard/Ann Stevens
  241 Meaderboro Road, 
  Farmington 03835
  335-4705
  mid-June-end of October
  

  Edgewater Farm
  Anne/Lockwood Sprague
  99 River Road, 
  Plainfield 03781
  298-8391 Fax: 298-8635
  7am-noon & 4-8pm, 
  June-early July
  

  Elwood Orchards
  Wayland/Wayne Elwood
  54 Elwood Road, 
  Londonderry 03053-3126
  434-6017
  June-October 15
  Special Events: 
  Hayrides, call for 
  information.

  Emery Farm
  Bill/Brad Towle
  US Route 4, 
  Durham 03824
  742-8495
  9am-6pm
  

  Grande Hill Farm, LLC
  Maria Southworth
  81 Perkins Road, 
  Madbury 03820
  743-0093
  2-6pm, 
  Tuesday & Fridays, 
  Summer, to members
  

  Have Ewe Any Wool? 
  at Nick’s Meadow Farm
  Lindsey/Susan Rice
  48 Rt. 9, Barrington 03825
  749-9852
  
  

  Hickory Hill Farm
  William Hunt
  245 Back Road, 
  Dover 03820
  742-0553
  
  

  Lavoie’s Farm
  John Lavoie
  172 Nartoff Road, 
  Hollis 03049
  882-0072
  mid-June-July: 
  strawberries; 
  September 7-October: 
  apples & pumpkins; 
  Friday after 
  Thanksgiving-December 20: 
  cut your own
  Christmas trees
  

  Ledgewood Farm & Livery
  Alice/Richard Levis
  216 Pleasant Street, 
  Route 27, Epping 03042
  679-4343 Fax: 679-5474
  Call for hours
  Pumpkins with a 
  horse drawn hayride

  Maplevale Farm & Orchard
  Bruce/Judy Levis
  Route 107, 14 Depot Rd, 
  E. Kingston 03827
  642-3381 Fax: 642-6644
  9am-5pm
  Special events: 
  Apple picking tours 
  for school children, 
  seniors, etc., by 
  appointment.

  Meadow Ledge Farm
  Ernest Roberts
  612 Route 129, 
  Loudon 03307
  798-5860
  
  Special Events: 
  Harvest Festival on 
  Columbus Day weekend.

  McQuesten Farm
  Charles/Matt/
  Christie/Nancy McQuesten
  Route 3A, Litchfield 03052
  424-9268 Fax: 424-9268
  9am-5pm
  

  Monahan Farm
  Jeff Walker
  2 South Road, 
  East Kingston 03827
  642-8186
  mid-June-September, 
  call for hours
  

  Nelson Farms
  John Herrmann/Laura Beard
  Range Road, 
  Strafford 03884
  664-5151/9884 Fax: 664-5151
  9am-5pm, Saturday & Sunday, 
  June-October
  

  Northway Farm
  Charles/Linda Doucette
  216 North Road, 
  Candia 03034
  483-2130
  June-October
  

  Rossview Farm
  Wayne/Ruth Ross
  84 District 5 Road, 
  Concord 03301
  225-9656 Fax: 228-4872
  7am-6pm, 
  June 15-July 15; 
  2-5pm, Monday-Friday, 
  November 26-December 23; 
  9am-5pm, 
  Saturday & Sunday, 
  November 26-December 23
  

  Smith Farm Stand
  Nathan Smith
  95 Sleeper Hill Road, 
  Gilford 03249
  524-7673
  10am-6pm, stand open; PYO begins 
  at 8am, mid-June-September
  

  Spring Ledge Farm
  John/Sue Clough
  220 Main Street, 
  New London 03257
  526-6253/8483 Fax: 524-6679
  9am-6pm; for strawberries, 
  call for hours
  

  Sunnycrest Farm, Inc.
  Gretchen & 
  Daniel Hicks III
  59 High Range Road, 
  Londonderry 03053
  432-9652/7753
  June-December, 
  call for picking times
  

  Surowiec Farm
  53 Perley Hill Road, 
  Sanbornton 03269
  286-4069 Fax: 286-4069
  9am-5pm, 
  September-October; 
  call for seasonal hours
  

  Shirley Farm
  Sara Shirley
  106 Shirley Hill Road, 
  Goffstown 03045
  497-4727
  Call for hours
  

  Tenney Farm
  Crista/Chris Salamy 
  & Eric Tenney
  1 Main Street, 
  Antrim 03440
  588-2020
  9am-6pm, daily, 
  April-November
  

  Warren Farm
  Richard/Heather Warren
  30 Warren Road, 
  Barrington 03825
  868-2001
  As crops are available
  

  Wilson Farm
  Keith Marshall
  Route 3A, 
  Litchfield 03052
  882-5551 Fax: 882-6748
  8am-5pm
  

   Sunflowers     Back to List
  Beech Hill Farm Stand
  Donna/Robert Kimball
  107 Beech Hill Road, 
  Hopkinton 03229
  224-7655/223-0828
  11am-9pm, summer
  

   Tomatoes     Back to List
  McQuesten Farm
  Charles/Matt/
  Christie/Nancy McQuesten
  Route 3A, Litchfield 03052
  424-9268 Fax: 424-9268
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  John Herrmann/Laura Beard
  Range Road, 
  Strafford 03884
  664-5151/9884 Fax: 664-5151
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  June-October
  

  Tenney Farm
  Crista/Chris Salamy 
  & Eric Tenney
  1 Main Street, 
  Antrim 03440
  588-2020
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  Elwood Orchards
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  54 Elwood Road, 
  Londonderry 03053-3126
  434-6017
  June-October 15
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  Karen Grybko/
  Richard Herfurth
  Center Road, 
  Lyndeborough 03082
  654-5362 Fax: 654-5635
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