Where to pick your own peaches in NH



Love biting into a sweet, juicy peach? We do too! Peaches typically ripen and are in season starting in early August and lasts through early-September in New Hampshire. Here are a few of our favorite spots where you can pick your own peaches.

Did we miss your favorite PYO peach farm? Let us know in the comments below and we'd be happy to add them to the list!

Applecrest Farm
133 Exeter Road (Rt.88)
Hampton Falls, NH
applecrest.com/pick-your-own.php


Sunnycrest Farm
59 High Range Road
Londonderry, NH
sunnycrestfarmnh.com


Alyson's Orchard
57 Alyson's Lane
Walpole, NH
alysonsorchard.com/pick-your-own


Carter Hill Orchard
73 Carter Hill Road
Concord, NH
carterhillapples.com/pick_your_own.html


Union Lake Peach Orchard
178 Young Road
Barrington, NH
facebook.com


Monohan Farm
2 South Road
East Kingston, NH
facebook.com


Butternut Farm
195 Meaderboro Road
Farmington, NH
butternutfarm.net/peaches


McKenzie's Farm
71 NE Pond Road
Milton, New Hampshire
mckenziesfarm.com


Paradise Farm
468 Center Road
Lyndeborough, NH
paradisefarmnh.com


A couple of PYO peach farms right over the NH border

Parlee Farms
95 Farwell Road
Tyngsboro, MA
parleefarms.com/peaches


Tendercrop Farm
108 High Road
Newbury, MA

tendercropfarm.com/freshproduce.php


Pick-your-own is not available at these farms, but you can find locally grown peaches for purchase here:


Mack's Apples
230 Mammoth Road
Londonderry, NH
macksapples.com


Demeritt Hill Farm
66 Lee Road (Route 155)
Lee, NH
demeritthillfarm.com/


J & F Farms
120 Chester Road
Derry, NH

jandffarms.net


Kimball Fruit Farm
15 Worcester Road (Route 122)
Hollis, NH
kimballfruitfarm.com


Lull Farm
65 Broad Street
Hollis, NH
livefreeandfarm.com


Gould Hill Farm
656 Gould Hill Road
Contoocook, NH
gouldhillfarm.com

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