12 Fun Pumpkin Patches in New Hampshire

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Pumpkin patches in New Hampshire are a classic fall tradition that your whole family will love! Nobody does fall like New England does, and we think the Granite State knows how to outdo its neighbors!

Pumpkin picking is a fall must among lifelong New Hampshire residents who bring their kids to pick their own pumpkins. And plenty of New Hampshire’s fall visitors coming for a gorgeous fall stop by to enjoy the fall atmosphere.

Whether you’re here for just picking out your pumpkin or for apple picking, corn mazes, or maybe even haunted houses, these farms are some of the best places for enjoying the fall season with your family.

Be sure to check each pick your own pumpkin farm’s Facebook page and website for news and upcoming events, many of which are planned only days ahead of time. Some of these farms put on everything from family-friendly hay rides to haunted corn mazes, from ghost tours to harvest festivals to Halloween events! Some of the best things to do in the New Hampshire in the fall take place at farms like these.

Wherever you go, don’t forget to stock up on New Hampshire specialties like maple syrup, delicious apple cider donuts, and pumpkin bread. And as soon as the season’s over, Granite Staters know that it’s time for Christmas trees!

Let’s take a look at the best pick your own pumpkin patches in New Hampshire.

A farm with a sign reading "Beans & Greens." On the ground are a bale of hay and a few dozen pumpkins scattered about.
Beans & Greens Farm, via New Hampshire Division of Travel & Tourism

Beech Hill Farm

107 Beech Hill Road, Hopkinton NH

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Beech Hill Farm is a ninth-generation historic family farm in beautiful Hopkinton, with a homestead that dates back to 1800. In the fall this farm comes alive with a pumpkin patch that features hundreds of pumpkins in different sizes, shapes, and colors. They have several varieties, so you can find something suitable for pie-making, Halloween carving, or decorating.

In addition to pumpkins, Beech Hill Farm has a large selection of mums, corn stalks, and farm-raised beef and pork. They also offer corn mazes and a country store.

Moulton Farm

18 Quarry Road, Meredith NH

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Located in the heart of the Lakes Region at the north end of Lake Winnipesaukee, Moulton Farm provides locally-grown food and fun. Their pumpkin patch starts in late September and they provide both pick your own and pre-picked pumpkins. They have specialty pumpkins for decoration as well as varieties for jack o’lanterns and cooking.

Moulton Farm, a sustainable farm, also has corn stalks, mums, asters, and other plants available for purchase. Visit their Farm Market for baked goods, fresh seafood, and more.

Sherman Farm

2679 East Conway Road, Center Conway NH

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Sherman Farm has been family owned and run for more than half a century, and is located along the winding Saco River. Their pumpkin patch is expansive and provides great spots for a photo op with the family. You can also buy a variety of pre-picked pumpkins in the Farm Market, their local store.

Other goods available at the Farm Market include farm-raised beef, pork, and poultry, along with seasonal fruits and vegetables. They have a corn maze and a petting area for animals as well.

Emery Farm

147 Piscataqua Road, Durham NH

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Emery Farm is the oldest family farm in the country, having been in the same family since 1660, and they pride themselves on providing a place for your family to relax and have fun. Their pumpkin patch is a favorite local attraction, set up for adults and children alike to enjoy. They sell a variety of pumpkins and gourds during the fall season.

Along with pumpkins, Emery Farm has a cafe and market that is open year-round. There is also a petting farm where you can get face time with farm animals, and a garden center where you can pick up new plants for your home.

A mom, dad, and two kids picking pumpkins together at a farm.
Pick Your Own Pumpkin Farms, via New Hampshire Division of Travel & Tourism

Scamman Farm

69 Portsmouth Avenue, Stratham NH

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Scamman Farm is a family-run local farm that is committed to preserving the tradition of farming. Their pumpkin patch is the stuff of legends, with a vast variety of pumpkins and gourds to choose from for cooking, decorating, and more. Scenic views of the property’s rolling farmland make a perfect opportunity for great family photos!

In addition to pumpkins, Scamman Farm offers a corn maze and a community marketplace.

Beans & Greens Farm

245 Intervale Road, Gilford NH

beansandgreensfarm.com

Beans & Greens has been a staple in Gilford for over 30 years. Their goal is to provide as much locally produced food & fun as possible. Their pumpkin patch may be smaller than some of the others on this list, but that doesn’t mean the quality is lesser!

Along with pumpkins, Beans & Greens has a corn maze, barnyard animals, and their own store that will deliver directly to your front door.

Trombly Gardens

150 North River Road, Milford NH

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Trombly Gardens is a third-generation family business that is also a vital community resource. Their pumpkin patch is not very large, but what it lacks in size it makes up for in variety. Pumpkins are available as pick your own or in their year-round farm stand.

Besides pumpkins, Trombly Gardens offers a wide selection of produce, meats, and ice cream. They also have a corn maze and a petting farm.

Coppal House Farm

118 North River Road, Lee NH

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Coppal House Farm is a livestock and grain farm located in the small, scenic town of Lee. They offer both a pumpkin patch and pre-picked pumpkins in their store. They grow and carry several varieties of pumpkins and gourds during the fall season. They have a pick your own apple orchard prior to pumpkin season as well.

Horse-drawn rides and a corn maze are just some of the other attractions at Coppal House Farm.

A line of bright orange pumpkins lined up in front of a farmhouse.
Pumpkins on the farm, via DepositPhotos

Applecrest Farm Orchard

133 Exeter Road, Hampton Falls NH

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Applecrest Farm Orchard wants to give you an authentic connection to your food on their fourth-generation family farm. Their multi-acre pumpkin patch contains mini pumpkins, sugar pumpkins, and traditional jack o’lanterns. You can also buy them pre-picked at the Farm Market. And of course, this place is famous for their apple picking, with everything from apple cider donuts to apple pies!

Beyond pumpkins, Applecrest Farm Orchard offers a corn maze, barnyard animals, and baked goods.

Butternut Farm

195 Meaderboro Road, Farmington NH

butternutfarm.net

A family-friendly and family-run pick-your-own farm, Butternut Farm wants to provide you with a great experience every time you visit. Typically their pumpkin patch will be open by the first full week in September. They offer big ones for your jack-o-lantern, a pie pumpkin to bake with, or a little one for decoration around the house.

If you are a fan of hard cider, the cider house at Butternut Farm is an excellent place to visit.

Stone Brook Hill Farm

128 Glidden Road, Gilford NH

stonebrookhillfarm.com

Stone Brook Hill Farm is a family-owned pick-your-own farm. While their main product is apples, they also have a good variety of pumpkins to choose from starting in October. Pumpkins are also available for sale at their farm stand. It’s the perfect place to grab some fall produce for your home.

You can take a hayride through Stone Brook Hill Farm’s apple orchard, or purchase some mums, maple products, or hot cider.

Sunnycrest Farm

59 High Range Road, Londonderry NH

sunnycrestfarmnh.com

October brings a large crop of pumpkins at Sunnycrest Farm, located just outside Londonderry. At this time, the only pumpkins they grow are of the jack o’lantern variety. They welcome you to come and pick your own perfect pumpkin, or buy some pre-picked pumpkins from their market.

There are lots of other things to do at Sunnycrest Farm, including visiting their many animals or the bakery. Don’t forget to stock up on pies before you go!

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