Londonderry, New Hampshire holds onto its reputation as “Apple Town” as the picking season is in full swing. With four orchards to pick from, apples come in a variety of flavors, sizes and colors. From sweet to tart, indulge your taste buds in freshly picked apples this October!
Rain or shine, heat or chill, apple picking is open daily on all farms in Londonderry. With this upcoming three day weekend, farms are more than ready to welcome tourists from all over. With easy access off Interstate 93, Londonderry is just minutes from the Lakes Region, Boston and the Mass Line, the Seacoast, and Concord and Manchester, New Hampshire.
Londonderry’s Looking Beautiful this Weekend!
Saturday is expected to be sunny with highs around 78 degrees. With a 0% chance of rain and winds at 8 miles per hour, it’s promising to be a beautiful day.
Sunday’s forecast calls for sunny skies with a 0% chance of rain. Temperatures are expected to reach a whopping 83 degrees and light winds of 6 miles per hour are predicted.
Temperatures are expected to reach a beautiful 77 degrees on Monday. Skies will remain sunny and there will be a light breeze of 6 miles per hour. There’s also a 0% chance of rain.
What a fantastic way to spend Columbus Day! Not only is Londonderry your local destination for apples and pumpkins, each farm has their own unique tradition on how the fall should begin!
- Mack’s Apples is the hot spot for several varieties of apples, with three & sometimes four huge orchards to pick at! Each location offers different kinds of apples, so be sure to pick the one with your favorite! The orchards also each have pumpkin fields galore!
- Merrill Farm offers pick-your-own apples, farm fresh eggs, and other great fruits and veggies.
- Sunnycrest Farm features friendly farm animals, pick your own fruits, flowers, and veggies, and fresh baked goods at their farm stand.
- Elwood Orchard is a great place to pick apples, take a free hay ride, and get lost in a corn maze. With a variety of apples, the orchard also offers fresh picked fruits and veggies waiting at the farm stand. The corn maze happens to be the biggest in the region and is open at nights.
Did you know we have three formal walking trails too!
Take a trip to Apple Town this weekend! You won’t be sorry!
Lost? Click each of the farm’s links below to learn more, as well as get detailed directions from wherever you come from!