New Hampshire June 15, 2018
You’ll Have Loads Of Fun At These 7 Pick-Your-Own Fruit Farms In New Hampshire
The grass is brilliantly green, the blooms on trees are being gradually replaced by leaves, and the sun isn’t setting until well into the evening — it’s June 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 beat? Experience this June joy for yourself with a trip to one of these splendid New Hampshire pick-your-own farms. Just be sure to check ahead that the picking is good — strawberries are unpredictable!
1. Edgewater Farm, Plainfield
Edgewater Farm is a wonderful family-run Plainfield spot with a focus on giving back to the community —they donate produce to local families in need. It's also an absolutely stunning property and perfect for strawberry picking! Keep an eye on their
2. Sunnycrest Farm, Londonderry
This delightful farm has been family-run since 1943, and it opens for strawberry picking on June 14. It's an absolutely charming spot, and you won't want to pass up the chance to visit the animals (especially the goats!) Check it out at 59 High Range Rd., Londonderry, NH 03053, and learn more on their
3. McKenzie's Farm, Wilton
McKenzie farm is an absolutely sweet spot
where you can pick all kinds of fruit! Their strawberry picking is expected to start mid-June. Buy a loaf of their scrumptious fresh-baked bread while you're there! Visit their
or find it at 71 NE Pond Rd., Milton, NH 03851.
4. Peachblow Farm, Charlestown
Strawberries are the main crop at this little family farm, and the focus is definitely reflected in their quality. They expect picking to start in late June — keep an eye on their
for opening day! They're located at 229 Strawberry Row, Charlestown, NH 03603.
5. Butternut Farm, Farmington
Butternut Farm is such a sweet spot to visit — they have a cider stand open while you pick where you can stop in to grab homemade ice cream, donuts, and more! The fruit is amazing too — they plant a number of different varieties that mature at different times throughout the summer so you always get berries at their peak flavor and ripeness. Check out their
for picking hours and dates, and find them at 195 Meaderboro Rd., Farmington, NH 03835.
6. Lull Farm, Hollis
This sweet farm has gorgeous berries, as well as amazing homegrown flowers and more. Get details
and visit at 85 District 5 Rd., Concord, NH 03303.
7. Apple Hill Farm, Concord
The farmers at Apple Hill are on a mission to reconnect New Hampshirites with where their food comes from, and how better to do that than by picking some of their delightful strawberries? Check out their
for details on when picking starts, and visit at 580 Mountain Rd., Concord, New Hampshire.
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