Fall in New Hampshire is best enjoyed on the farm. Corn mazes, apple picking, and of course, apple cider donuts are fun for the whole family. There is nothing as delicious as a fresh, homemade apple cider donut on a crisp fall day. These 11 farm stands serve up some of the best New Hampshire apple cider donuts that will have you licking your fingers and yearning for more. Go ahead, try them all!

If you were to do a search for “best apple cider donuts near me,” several of these spots would most certainly pop up at the top of the list!

Have you ever been to any of these delicious spots? If so,which ones were your favorites? Would you agree that these are among the best apple cider donuts in New Hampshire? We’d love to read about your experience in the comments section below!

Still hungry? Check out these 7 mom and pop restaurants that serve home cooked meals to die for!

If you’re a hiker, there are plenty more hikes in the area. You can get information by going to the AllTrails website.

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Where can we find small towns in New Hampshire?

  • Dublin got its name from Governor John Wentworth in 1771 who called it such after his hometown in Ireland.
  • Goshen
  • Tamworth is the home of Chocurua Lake, one of the most photographed sites in the state.
  • Stark was the home of New Hampshire's only prisoner-of-war camp during WWII.

Read on to learn more about some of the many other charming small towns in New Hampshire.

Where can we find hidden gems in New Hampshire?

  • The Andres Institute of Art in Brookline is a unique sculpture park spanning 140 acres and dotted with over 100 amazing sculptures.
  • The Madison Boulder in Madison is a natural phenomenon measuring 23 feet high, 37 feet from front to back, and 85 feet long.
  • Distant Hill Gardens stretches across Walpole and Alstead, with half of its total 58 acres situated in each town.

Read on to learn more about some of the many other wonderful hidden gems in New Hampshire.

Where can we find botanical gardens in New Hampshire?

  • The Fells in Newbury (also known as the Hays Estate) features an array of carefully curated flowers.
  • The Kirkwood Gardens in Holderness is part of the Squam Lake Natural Sciences Center.
  • The Saint-Gaudens National Historical Site in Cornish was once the home of Augustus Saint-Gaudens, a famous sculptor.

Read on to learn more about some of the many other stunning botanical gardens in New Hampshire.


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