Applecrest Farm Festivals to Continue through October

Applecrest Farm Festivals to Continue through October

HAMPTON FALLS, NH – Applecrest Farm is New Hampshire’s oldest and largest apple orchard and holds the honor of being the oldest continuously-operated in America. Four generations of the Wagner family have worked this land, dedicated to their simple mission of sustainably growing the finest fruit and vegetables available.

Through out the fall months, the farm welcomes thousands from across southern New Hampshire and Massachusetts to taste more than 40 varieties of apples, peaches, berries, corn, pumpkins, and other summer vegetables. Their hot, cider donuts and other locally produced goods are sure to keep you coming back each and every year.

Whether your’e looking for their own hand-pressed apple cider, honey and jams that were locally made, glass bottled milk, or maple syrup native to New Hampshire, Applecrest is sure to meet your farmer’s market needs.

What is undeniable is Applecrest’s delicious selection of Pick-Your-Own fruit opportunities. There is just something to be said about harvesting directly from an orchard. Be sure to check out their guide to see what they currently offer for Pick-Your-Own fruit. This year’s PYO prices are as follows: apple: $18 for a peck or $30 for a 1/2 bushel and pumpkins are $0.60 per pound.

This year, Applecrest is once again offering Harvest Festivities every Saturday and Sunday through out October. The festival is absolutely free, with live folk and bluegrass music beginning at 1PM, horse-drawn hayrides, a children’s petting zoo, face painting, pie eating contests, and their famous Corn Roast, featuring bargain-priced grilled gourmet sausages, hot dogs, hamburgers, fire-roasted corn, Maine Clam Chowder, and more!

The market is open daily from 8AM to 6PM, May through December, and may be reached by calling (603) 926-3721 or visiting the Applecrest website. Harvest festivities continue through out October, every Saturday and Sunday, from 11AM to 5PM.

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