One of New England’s most acclaimed, year-round wedding and special event facilities

Although PYO Apples is over for the season, we still have HONEY CRISP, MC INTOSH, CORTLAND, GALA, MACOUN, EMPIRE, MUTSU, FUJI & JONAGOLD  APPLES in the farm stand.   Don’t miss our great “SPECIAL” this weekend:  Get a 20 lb. bag of HONEY CRISP apples for only $20!  That’s about $1/pound for Honeycrisp apples – WOW!!!   Time to order your Thanksgiving Pies too!  Stop in the farm stand or call us a 603-756-9800 with your order. (Apple, Pumpkin & Blueberry will be available.)  Fresh-baked Apple pies and Chicken Pot Pies, along with some wonderful local products, are available in the store!  Many items are 50% off so come in and pick up some “stocking stuffers” and hostess gifts!   Our new hours are Friday – Sunday 9AM-5PM and Monday – Thursday 10AM – 4PM. The store will close for the season at 4PM on Wednesday, November 27th — the day before Thanksgiving!  For any Orchard-related questions, please call our Orchard Manager, Homer Dunn, between 9am -5pm at 603-209-1932.

pick your own apples at the orchardTake a stroll through our farm stand and discover a wide variety of locally made products.  You will want to bring home a delicious jar of jam, honey or maple syrup, along with a fresh apple pie or chicken pot pie for dinner. Local products are always available for purchase in our farm stand, where shelves are stocked with many imaginative country gifts and goodies. Purchase your pick-your-own bags here or buy a bag of pre-picked apples to take home.

Many brides choose to be married at Alyson’s because they so enjoyed their family apple picking outings while growing up in this area. Others have told us that this orchard cannot be compared to another because of the beautiful vistas and the abundance of fruit to be picked. Alyson’s Orchard is more than a pick-your-own orchard; it is a family tradition, and an experience your whole family will remember for a lifetime.

Our farm stand is open seasonally from mid-July through the end of late November.