Stay in a historic, Hampton beach, nH hotel near applecrest farms
Treat yourself to a day at New Hampshire's oldest and largest apple orchard at charming Applecrest Farm Orchards. Bring your family to the Fall Festival, where you can pick your own apples, raspberries, peaches, and pumpkins. Listen to free live bluegrass music. Enjoy fresh foods of Applecrest's Corn Roast and give your kids a day they'll cherish with a petting zoo, face-painting, and make-your-own scarecrow. Buy freshly baked homemade pies, crisps, bread, and cookies. Enjoy easy directions from Ashworth by the Sea and spend a few hours at the family-friendly farm.
Storybook Hayrides: $5 for adults, $7 per child
Open year-round 7 days/week; Winter Hours Mon-Fri: 10am - 6pm and Sat-Sun: 9am - 6pm
Pick Your Own Fruit
How do I sign up for a tour at Applecrest Farm?
To schedule a tour, please visit applecrest.com and fill out the name of your group or school and all other necessary information, including any special needs that have to be accommodated. Have your pick from the The Green Apple Tour, Red Apple Tour, Pumpkin Picking Add-On, and Animal Barnyard Add-Ons. They can even customize a tour that meets the needs of your group.
What is the histroy of Applecrest Farm?
The charming land that is now called Applecrest Orchards was settled in 1665 by British immigrant, James Prescott. Once he passed away, it was inherited by his grandson, Ebenezer whose descendants sold it to Aaron Wells of Massachusetts in 1774. The Wells family owned the farm until 1913. The farm was then bought by Walter Baldwin who saw an opportunity for Applecrest Farm Orchards.