Must-Visit New Hampshire Farms
One of the great things about living in New Hampshire is the abundance of farm land available. This supplies the state with fresh, local, farm-to-table meats and produce. With the variety of farm land in New Hampshire comes a lot of farm stands, pick-your-own produce, fresh farmers markets, and seasonal activities such as corn mazes and hayrides. If you’re looking for a great spot to bring the family to pick up some delicious local, farm fresh food, keep reading. We’re going to direct you to some of our favorite NH farm spots.
- Alyson’s Orchard:
Located in Walpole, NH Alyson’s Orchard is one of New England’s most picturesque orchards. Right along the Connecticut River Valley, Alyson’s draw both locals and tourists alike to explore the rows of orchards, pick the seasonal produce, venture into the farm stand, and let the kids play in the playground. Not only is it an amazing trip for the entire family, it’s also a beautiful location for a wedding. Alyson’s Orchard is one of New England’s most acclaimed wedding and special event facilities. With a stunning backdrop of mother nature’s finest work, mixed with the seclusion and elegance every bride dreams of, it’s become quite a popular venue. Alyson’s also offers some beautiful accommodations when visiting. Make yourself at home in either their beautiful rustic lodge or an impeccably restored 1860’s farmhouse. Enjoy the beautiful view of the orchard out your window, see the sunrise, picnic by Sarma’s Pond, and relax in this tranquil environment.
- Moulton Farm:
Nestled in the beautiful town of Meredith, NH lies Moulton Farm, a must-go-to when living or visiting in the area. This beautiful and colorful location is a popular spot for people of all ages - with fresh seasonal produce, farm-to-table brunch, and baked goods, your tastebuds will be singing. Along with growing their own produce and plants, Moulton Farm partners with other local New England farms to offer other goods such as quality cheeses, seafood, meat, and poultry.
There’s a lot to experience at Moulton Farm, including a beautiful garden center that is filled with the freshest vegetables, flowers, plants, herbs and shrubs. Once your green thumb is satisfied, head inside to give your taste buds some love. Between the bakery, with freshly baked pies and breads, and the farm kitchen, that makes getting meals for the entire family easy and delicious, your cravings will be thanking you!
- Lull Farm:
Another popular farm in New Hampshire is family owned, David Orde has owned Lull Farm for the past 24 years keeping the name of Lull Farm in recognition of its founder, Grace Lull. When Ms. Lull transferred ownership to David in 1995 she had one minor contingency, that she could remain living in the farm house for the rest of her life - to which David gladly agreed.
Lull Farm has seen incredible success throughout the years, expanding its presence from Hollis, NH to another farm in Milford, NH. Both locations include fresh produce, beautiful grounds, plants and flowers to purchase, and packaged baked goods. The main location of Lull Farm in Hollis, NH also offers a full bakery with specialties including breads, muffins, desserts, pastries, and homemade soups. Lull Farm also comes equipped with a wide variety of artisanal cheeses, both local and imported cheese to suit everyone’s tastes.
If those tasty treats aren’t enticing enough to visit Lull Farm, they also offer a variety of activities for the entire family to enjoy. A favorite activity amongst the farm goers is their Pick Your Own, the farm offers seasonal produce to be picked by their customers, including apples, pumpkins, strawberries and blueberries. Another popular event that takes place at Lull Farm is their annual Halloween Pumpkin Carving! People of all ages come to both locations to participate in the carving of jack-o-lanterns and pumpkin lighting. With their own homemade apple cider, cider donuts and so much more, it’s a great event for everyone!
- Coppal House Farm:
This once 78-acre dairy farm lies in the small town of Lee, New Hampshire and is now one of the most popular produce and family farms in New Hampshire. Coppal House Farm has made a name for itself all throughout New Hampshire and surrounding states for a few reasons, one being it’s famous annual corn maze. Open seasonally, from the start of September to early November, Coppal House invites the public to enjoy their incredible six-acre corn maze, the largest in the Seacoast! Get lost in the corn maze during the day, or if you’re daring, try and conquer it at night with their flashlight night maze.
Another draw to Coppal House Farm is their annual Sunflower Festival. Bringing visitors from near and far in the summer months to view the fields upon fields of blooming sunflowers. This event brings local food vendors for patrons to enjoy, live music to enjoy on the weekends, and stunning views of the fields.
When visiting the farm make sure you stop by their farm stand, open every day year round. Grab the freshest produce, local chicken, eggs, lamb and pork, sunflower oil, and seasonal flowers. Coppal House Farm also offers seasonal farmer’s markets, in the summer as well as in the winter. Grab the freshest seasonal fruits and veggies straight from the farm.
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