You’ll Have Loads Of Fun At These 7 Pick-Your-Own Fruit Farms In New Hampshire

One of the best parts of early summer in the Granite State is undoubtedly the plethora of produce that starts to emerge, and who can deny that the pleasures of strawberries picked off the bush can’t be beaten? Experience this annual joy for yourself with a trip to one of these splendid New Hampshire pick your own fruit farms. Just be sure to check ahead that the picking is good — strawberries and other fruits are unpredictable!

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Where is your favorite place for berry picking in New Hampshire? Tell us your thoughts in the comments.

Address: 246 NH-12A, Plainfield, NH 03781, USA
Address: 59 High Range Rd, Londonderry, NH 03053, USA
Address: 71 NE Pond Rd, Milton, NH 03851, USA
Address: 229 Strawberry Row, Charlestown, NH 03603, USA
Address: 195 Meaderboro Rd, Farmington, NH 03835, USA
Address: 85 District 5 Rd, Concord, NH 03303, USA
Address: 580 Mountain Rd, Concord, NH 03301, USA
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Pick Your Own Fruit Farms

April 26, 2022

Where can I go berry picking in New Hampshire?  

New Hampshire is a gorgeous place, and despite its tiny size, it sure does back a fierce punch in the world of farming and berry picking! There are quite a few options when it comes to places for the best berry picking; really, there are too many to mention here, but we do have some beloved favorites to recommend! Growing and picking season tends to stretch from spring to autumn, predominantly from May through October. Different months bring different fruits and vegetables in season, and New Hampshire is no exception. For blueberries, for example, some of the best places include Bartlett’s Blueberry Farm, in Newport, the Berry Good Farm, in Goffstown, and Carter Hill Orchard in Concord. Concord is something of a hotspot for berry picking in New Hampshire, and the spots we’re listing are nowhere near all of them. For strawberries, we love places in Concord like Apple Hill Farm and Rossview Farm. Outside of Concord, there’s the Barrett Hill Farm, in Mason, and Hickory Hill Farm in Dover. Which will you visit first?  

What are some of the best farms in New Hampshire for fresh produce?  

With many wonderful farms dotted all over our little state, there comes plenty of options. Some of the hands-down best farms for fresh produce in New Hampshire include ones like the much-beloved and highly recommended Brookdale Fruit Farm, in Hollis. Should you find yourself near Meredith, check out Moulton Farm. In Wilton? Visit beautiful Ledge Top Farm for an experience you will not soon forget (and bring the kids – they’ll love it). Should you be in Salem, be sure to check out Peters Farm, and in Sharon, you can’t miss Rosaly’s Farmstand, a local classic for years. New Hampshire is truly one of the best states in the country for fresh produce, including the best fruits and vegetables you’ve ever had. New England is endlessly wonderful – the farms are just a little part of it!  

Address: 246 NH-12A, Plainfield, NH 03781, USA
Address: 59 High Range Rd, Londonderry, NH 03053, USA
Address: 71 NE Pond Rd, Milton, NH 03851, USA
Address: 229 Strawberry Row, Charlestown, NH 03603, USA
Address: 195 Meaderboro Rd, Farmington, NH 03835, USA
Address: 85 District 5 Rd, Concord, NH 03303, USA
Address: 580 Mountain Rd, Concord, NH 03301, USA