Where’s the Best Place to Pick a Pumpkin Near Portsmouth?

By blogsadmin | Posted in Community Events, Just for Fun on Tuesday, October 18th, 2016 at 8:00 am
Best Pumpkin Patches Around Portsmouth NH_p

Best Pumpkin Patches Around Portsmouth NH

It’s almost that time of the year again. That time when children and adults alike play dress-up while going around gorging themselves on candy. That time when entire neighborhoods open their doors to each other to supply that candy while also trying to give each other a friendly scare. That’s right, it’s almost Halloween. We hope you’ve got your costumes ready and your candy bowls full. We even hope you have a few fun tricks up your sleeve to make the most out of the holiday. But while all of those things are important, nothing is more important to Halloween than your friendly, or scary, Jack-O’-Lantern. So in the spirit of the season, we thought we’d help you in your search for the best pumpkin with these fine pumpkin patches around Portsmouth, NH.

[ READ MORE: Top 3 Fall Destinations Around Portsmouth NH ]

Scamman Farm

Just down the road in Stratham, NH, Scamman Farm is a great place to take the whole family for a fun Halloween adventure. Complete with a corn maze, animals to pet and feed, kids’ games and a pumpkin shack full of home-grown produce, chicken, eggs, jams, fudge, baked goods and, of course, pumpkins, Scamman Farm has something for everyone.

Applecrest Farm

Located in Hampton Falls, NH, Applecrest Farm is a great destination if you’re looking to pick more than just your own pumpkin. Yes, you can find fabulous pumpkins here, but you can also pick apples, strawberries, blueberries, peaches, nectarines, pears, raspberries and gourds. Of course, the availability of these pickings depends on the season and weather, but their website contains a guide showing the best times to pick.

Coppal House Farm

Found in Lee, NH, the Coppal House Farm has everything a family needs to gear up for Halloween while enjoying a fun fall adventure. Of course there are pumpkins, but there’s also a corn maze, wagon rides and a farm stand complete with a plethora of tasty treats.

No matter how you prepare for Halloween, just make sure to do it as a family or with a group of your closest friends. In our opinion, that’s the best way to do anything. And if you’re in need of a new or used vehicle to get you there, we can help with that, too.

One Response to “Where’s the Best Place to Pick a Pumpkin Near Portsmouth?”

  1. Cathy VanReenen says:

    The First United Methodist Church on Miller Ave. in Portsmouth has an entire lawn covered with pumpkins.

Leave a Reply