All Things Halloween

All Things Halloween

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Haunted Acres
Liquid Planet Water Park
446 Raymond Road
Candia, NH 03034
(603) 483-2200

Spooky World Presents Nightmare New England
Funway Park
454 Charles Bancroft Highway (Route 3A)
Litchfield, NH 03052
(603) 424-7999

Canobie Lake Park SCREEEMFEST
Canobie Lake Park
85 North Policy Street
Salem, NH 03079
(603) 893-3506

Fright Kingdom
12 Simon Street
Nashua, NH 03060
(603) 438-4998

13 Screams
183 Elm Street
Milford, NH 03055
(603) 672-4286

The Ghoullog
Cranmore Mountain Resort
1 Skimobile Road
North Conway, NH 03860
(603) 356-5544

Morbid Mountain
Gunstock Mountain Resort
719 Cherry Valley Road
Gilford, NH 03249
(603) 293-4341 x164

Haunted Overload
DeMeritt Hill Farm
66 Lee Road (Route 155)
Lee, NH 03861
(603) 868-2111
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Alexandria trick or treat: TBA
Allenstown trick or treat: Saturday, October 31st, 6pm-8pm
Alstead trick or treat: TBA
Alton trick or treat: Saturday, October 31st, 5pm-7pm
Amherst trick or treat: TBA
Amherst “Trunk or treat:” TBA
Andover trick or treat: TBA
Antrim trick or treat: TBA
Ashland trick or treat: TBA
Atkinson trick or treat: TBA
Auburn trick or treat: Saturday, October 31st, 1pm-4pm
Barnstead trick or treat: TBA
Barrington trick or treat: TBA
Barrington “Trunk or treat:” Saturday, October 24th, 3:30pm-5:30pm. Free! Located in the REC Parking Lot. Trunk-or-Treat provides a safe and fun way for families to enjoy Halloween! Children enjoy trick-or-treating by going from trunk to trunk to receive pre-packaged candy from costumed car owners. There will be plenty of candy and spooky, fun, scary, decorated vehicles!
Barrigton “Kids Kaos:” Saturday, October 24th, 3:30pm-5:30pm. $3 per family. Located inside the Town Gym for children of all ages. Activities include many fall-themed crafts, carnival-style games, pumpkin painting, prizes, & the bounce house! V.I.P tickets can be purchased from now until October 22nd. Come and pre-buy your family ticket at the REC office or online to skip the payment lines! Just enter through our designated V.I.P. entrance and zip in for the fun!
Bartlett trick or treat: TBA
Bedford trick or treat: TBA
Belmont trick or treat: TBA
Bennington trick or treat: TBA
Berlin trick or treat: TBA
Boscawen trick or treat:
Bow trick or treat: Saturday, October 31st, 5pm-8pm
Brentwood trick or treat: Saturday, October 31st, 5pm-7pm
Bristol trick or treat: TBA
Brookline trick or treat: TBA
Campton trick or treat: TBA
Canaan trick or treat: TBA
Candia trick or treat: TBA
Charlestown trick or treat:
Chester trick or treat: TBA
Chichester trick or treat: TBA
Chichester Library trick or treat: TBA
Claremont trick or treat: TBA
Concord trick or treat: TBA
Concord Halloween Howl: TBA
Conway trick or treat: TBA
Dalton trick or treat: TBA
Danbury trick or treat: TBA
Danville trick or treat: Saturday, October 31st, 6pm-8pm
Deerfield trick or treat: TBA
Deerfield Tailgate trick or treat: Sunday, October 25th. Deerfield Fairgrounds. Parking 12-1. Costume parade and Trick or Treat 1pm. All vehicles should be prepared to bring treats to hand out, and to follow the parking plan. Prestigious “best tailgate” trophy will be handed out. Hotdogs, drinks and chips will be available for purchase. For more information contact Deerfield Parks and Rec. 463-8811 ex. 305.
Deering trick or treat: TBA
Derry trick or treat: Saturday, October 31st, 6pm-7:30pm
Derry Downtown trick or treat: TBA
Dover trick or treat: TBA
Dublin trick or treat: TBA
Dunbarton trick or treat: Saturday, October 31st, 5pm-8pm
Durham trick or treat: Friday, October 30th, 5pm-7:30pm
East Kingston trick or treat: TBA
Enfield trick or treat: TBA
Epping trick or treat: TBA
Epsom trick or treat: Saturday, October 31st, 4pm-8pm
Exeter trick or treat: Saturday, October 31st, 4pm-7pm
Farmington trick or treat: Saturday, October 31st, 5pm-7pm
Francestown trick or treat: TBA
Franconia trick or treat: TBA
Franklin trick or treat: Saturday, October 31st, 5pm-8pm
Fremont trick or treat: TBA
Gilford trick or treat: TBA
Gilmanton trick or treat: TBA
Goffstown trick or treat: TBA
Gorham trick or treat: TBA
Greenfield trick of treat: Saturday, October 31st, 6pm
Greenland trick or treat: Friday, October 30th, 5pm-8pm
Greenville trick or treat: TBA
Hampstead trick or treat: TBA
Hampton Falls trick or treat: TBA
Hampton trick or treat: TBA
Hancock trick or treat: TBA
Henniker trick or treat: TBA
Hillsboro trick or treat: TBA
Holderness trick or treat: TBA
Hollis trick or treat: TBA
Hooksett trick or treat: Saturday, October 31st, 6pm-8pm
Hopkinton trick or treat: TBA
Hudson trick or treat: TBA
Keene trick or treat: TBA
Kensington trick or treat: TBA
Kingston trick or treat: TBA
Laconia trick or treat: TBA
Lancaster trick or treat: TBA
Lebanon Safe trick or treat: TBA
Lee trick or treat: TBA
Litchfield trick or treat: TBA
Londonderry trick or treat: TBA
Loudon trick or treat: TBA
Lyndeborough trick or treat: TBA
Madbury trick or treat: Friday, October 30th, 5pm-7pm
Manchester trick or treat: Saturday, October 31st, 5pm-8pm
Mason trick or treat: TBA
Mason Tailgate trick or treat: TBA
Merrimack trick or treat: Saturday, October 31st, 6pm-8pm
Milford trick or treat: TBA
Milford Oval trick or treat: Friday, October 30th, 3pm-4:30pm. Free! All ages welcome! Stop by and trick-or-treat with MRD at the Milford Oval Gazebo! The Recreation Department will have candy or a small toy to choose from (1 piece per child). Don’t forget to wear your costume! Costume Contest: Scariest, Funniest, Prettiest, Prizes to winners! Limited supplies!
Milton trick or treat: Saturday, October 31st, 5pm-8pm
Mont Vernon trick or treat: TBA
Moultonborough trick or treat: TBA
Nashua trick or treat: Saturday, October 31st, 6pm-8pm
New Boston trick or treat: Saturday, October 31st, 6pm
New Boston “Triple Treat:” Saturday, October 31. We are changing things up this Halloween. The New Boston Recreation will offer Trunk-or Treat in the Town Hall parking lot, opening up the Creepy Café (Town Hall Concession Shed) for hot dogs and drinks (for purchase) and will continue to have the Old Engine House (NB Recreation Office) open for Trick-or-Treating. We will not have any activities at the school, just lots of fun in the village. Scarecrow winners will also be announced at the Old Engine House at 6:00 pm.
New Castle trick or treat: Friday, October 30th, 5pm
New Durham trick or treat: TBA
Newfields trick or treat: Friday, October 30th, 5pm-7pm
Newington trick or treat: TBA
New Ipswich trick or treat: TBA
New London trick or treat: TBA
Newmarket trick or treat: Friday, October 30th, 5pm-8pm
Newton trick or treat: TBA
Northfield trick or treat: Saturday, October 31st, 5pm-8pm
North Hampton trick or treat: TBA
Northwood trick or treat: TBA
Nottingham trick or treat: TBA
Ossipee trick or treat: TBA
Pelham trick or treat: TBA
Pembroke trick or treat: TBA
Penacook trick or treat: TBA
Peterborough trick or treat: TBA
Pittsfield trick or treat: TBA
Plaistow trick or treat for toddlers: TBA
Plaistow trick or treat: TBA
Plymouth trick or treat: TBA
Portsmouth trick or treat: TBA
Raymond trick or treat: TBA
Rindge trick or treat: TBA
Rochester trick or treat: Friday, October 30th, 5pm-7:30pm
Rollinsford trick or treat: TBA
Rye trick or treat: TBA
Salem trick or treat: Saturday, October 31st, 6pm-8pm
Sandown trick or treat: Saturday, October 31st, 6pm-8pm
Sandwich trick or treat: TBA
Seabrook trick or treat: Friday, October 30th, 5:30pm-7:30pm
Sharon trick or treat: TBA
Somersworth trick or treat: TBA
Strafford trick or treat: TBA
Stratham trick or treat: Friday, October 30th, 5pm-7pm
Sunapee trick or treat: TBA
Temple trick or treat: TBA
Thornton trick or treat: TBA
Tilton trick or treat: Saturday, October 31st, 5pm-8pm
Tilton Tanger Outlet trick or treat: Friday, October 30th, 5:30pm-7:30pm
Wakefield trick or treat: TBA
Walpole trick or treat: TBA
Warner trick or treat: TBA
Weare trick or treat: Saturday, October 31st, 5:30pm-8:30pm
Wentworth trick or treat: TBA
Whitefield trick or treat: TBA
Wilton trick or treat: TBA
Winchester trick or treat: TBA
Windham trick or treat: Saturday, October 31st, 5pm-8pm
Wolfeboro trick or treat: TBA

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Elwood Orchards
54 Elwood Road
Londonderry, NH 03053
(603) 434-6017
Elwood Orchards is home to the area’s largest corn maze.  Make your way through 14 acres of corn during the day or bring a flashlight and explore the maze on Friday and Saturday nights!
Beech Hill Farm and Ice Cream Stand
107 Beech Hill Road
Hopkinton, NH 03229
(603) 223-0828
Beech Hill Farm creates 3 incredible mazes each year. They are ready to explore from August through October. The new mazes this year include Medieval Maze Quest, Summer Olympics, and the Extreme Animals. A trip through these corn mazes is educational and fun. A brochure is provided for each maze with questions to answer (answers are hidden in the mazes) and items to find related to the theme. The mazes are approximately 4 acres in size and take about 40 minutes to find all the answers. Great entertainment for the entire family! Open daily. When you make your way out, build yourself an ice cream sundae with all the fixings!
Beans and Greens Farm
245 Intervale Road
Gilford, NH 03249
The Beans & Greens Farm corn maze is designed for difficulty! Challenge yourself and your friends to riddles, a treasure hunt and just plain “finding your way out” of this year’s maze. This maze is also open at night for those seeking extra heart thumping thrills and challenges! Call for reservations; they are required.
Brookdale Fruit Farm
41 Broad Street
Hollis, NH 03049
Corn maze, apple picking, hayrides, animals, and fun photo ops! The corn maze is a hit with the kids! It’s open weekends, 11am – 5pm. Please call ahead.
Charmingfare Farm
774 High Street
Candia, NH
Call for details.
Coppal House Station Corn Maze
118 North River Road
Lee, NH
Marvel at this agricultural feat of engineering as you make your way through living walls of corn over 10 feet high! The Corn Maze will delight and challenge all ages! Our maze is professionally designed and cut from a company in Missouri. The maze takes approximately 40 minutes to complete, but it could take longer, depending on which path you select! There are several ways to get through the maze, not just one path! To make things more interesting, we have created “mail stops” in our about the theme of the corn maze and how it benefits farming. Answer the question correctly, and you will be led toward the correct path. Answer it incorrectly, and you will be challenged to find the correct path yourself! The Maze is open from August to November. A 5-acre cornfield took the shape of a coyote in 2007. The theme for 2008 was “Dragonflies.” Last year it was a “Great Horned Owl” and this year, the maze has been transformed into a large Turtle. Come by and get lost in the 10 foot tall walls of living corn! Fresh produce, farm animals, and all the workings of a farm surround you. Check out their exclusive flashlight mazes too.
Broad Street (Route 130)
Hollis, NH
Enjoy over 3 acres of fun for the whole family. Can you find your way out? September-October. Call for further details.
Moulton Farm
18 Quarry Road
Meredith, NH
180-acre farm features plants, famous corn, produce and fresh baked goods. Visitors will enjoy exploring the corn maze, which was implemented in 2001. Call for additional details.
Riverview Farm
141 River Road
Plainfield, NH
Every year Riverview Farm has a corn maze with a story, clues to find and a whole host of characters. Local artist, Gary Hamel, designs the maze, writes the story and creates all of the scarecrows you will find throughout the maze. This year’s story features characters from the history of Plainfield. Plainfield’s charter was signed by Royal Governor Benning Wentworth on August 14, 1761. Captain Josiah Russell and Littlefield Nash were the first (non Natives) to live in the new township. “Life was difficult during the winter of 1764/65, but for Josiah Russell by far the most difficult aspect was being separated from his lovely wife, Lidya, and his six year old son, Josiah Jr., nicknamed “Little Joe”, who remained in Connecticut. Lidya and Little Joe were planning to travel with other families up the river by boat caravan in the month of May, 1765.” Little Joe receives a letter from his father instructing him that the seed corn they will bring must not get wet or it will spoil and not grow into the tall corn plants. So begins this year’s maze. See if you can tell fact from fiction as you follow the journey of Little Joe and his family. The maze takes about 20 minutes to go through and is sure to be a great time for everyone, young and old. There is also a haunted corn maze on Halloween weekend. Call ahead.
Sherman Farm
2679 East Conway Road
East Conway, NH
The MAiZE is an intricate design with several miles of pathways, although the correct path can be navigated in 20 to 30 minutes, the average maze navigator takes about 1 hour or more. There are three phases (for all ability levels) to the maze as well as a “mini maze” for the youngest children to enjoy. To help navigate the maze a series of “passports” are available. Each passport contains ten questions that quiz the user on one of a variety of subjects; those who answer the questions correctly will receive clues that guide them along the correct path to the exit. The MAiZE at Sherman Farm has something for all ages including the MOO Express, 2 Corn Boxes, Al’s Animal House, Hayrides to the Pumpkin Patch for pick your own pumpkins, Corn Cannons, Kettle Corn, Cornundrums and Corn Texting. A concession is available with Cider Donuts, Hamburgers, Hot Dogs and Drinks. All new admission price. Pay one admission with most activities included: Moo Express, Hayride, Corn Boxes, Playground, Pedal tractors, Jumping Pillow, and Grain Train, a family ride around the maze grounds. Call ahead for hours.
Spring Ledge Farm
37 Main Street
New London, NH
(603) 526-6253
The maze is grown on 3 acres of the Messer Field. Access to the maze is via Spring Ledge Farm. There are over 6,600 feet of paths to walk, and that’s if you take all the correct turns! Scarecrows and a new twist to part of the pathways will be added. Call ahead for more information.
Trombly Gardens
150 North River Road
Milford, NH 03055
(603) 673-0647
Trombly Gardens will again feature our Corn Maze and Hay Rides. The Corn Maze at our farm stand is always a big hit for those who want to experience the beauty of fall in NH! Call for details.
Washburn’s Windy Hill Orchard
66 Mason Road (Route 123)
Greenville, NH
When: September – October. Free horse and tractor rides to the pumpkin patches and orchards on weekends. Farm animals and picnic area. Apples, pumpkins and other produce available. For a small fee, visit their corn maze and test your navigational skills, in 4.5 acres of corn. Just big enough to make it lots of fun for all ages! The corn maze is planted in a grid with over 250,000 seeds. When the cornstalks are about 3″- 4″ tall, we mark the path, and then pull each corn plant out by hand, to make the maze. Call ahead.
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Hazelton Orchards
20 Harantis Lake Road
Chester, NH 03036
(603) 867-5926
Open seven days a week for PYO apples, pumpkins, squash, and gourds. September – October, Monday – Friday 9:30am – 6:00pm, and Saturday, Sunday, and Holidays 8am – 6pm.
Dartmouth/Lake Sunapee Region
Alyson’s Orchard
57 Alyson’s Lane
Walpole, NH 03608
(603) 756-9800
Pumpkins, tractor-pulled hayrides, pick your own apples, picnic area
Peachblow Farm
Old Claremont Road
Charlestown, NH 03603
(603) 826-5729
Riverview Farm
141 River Road
Plainfield, NH 03781
(603) 298-8519
Pumpkins, apples, hay rides
Lakes Region
4 J’s Earthworks
4 Old Wakefield Road
Rochester, NH 03868
(603) 332-5201
Beans & Greens Farmstand
245 Intervale Road
Gilford, NH 03246
(603) 293-2853
Pumpkins and hayridesBly Farm
620 Center Street
Wolfeboro, NH 03894
(603) 569-1411
Butternut Farm
195 Meaderboro Road
Farmington, NH 03835
(603) 335-4705
Meadow Ledge Farm
612 Route 129
Loudon, NH 03307
(603) 798-5860
Pumpkins and hayrides
Moulton Farm
18 Quarry Road
Meredith, NH 03253
(603) 279-3915
Pumpkins, farm market, corn maze
Merrimack Valley Region
Elwood Orchards
54 Elwood Road
Londonderry, NH 03053
(603) 434-6017
Elwood Orchards has a corn maze open 7 days a week during the day and at night on Friday and Saturday (bring your own flashlight) plus there are pumpkins, apples, and free hayrides (hayrides are weekends only).
52 Searles Road
Windham, NH 03087
(603) 893-8596
Pumpkins, pick-your-own apples, hayrides for field trips
Apple Ridge
151 Water St
Boscawen, NH 03303
(603) 796-2654
Pumpkins, apples
Beech Hill Farm Stand & Ice Cream Barn
107 Beech Hill Road
Hopkinton, NH 03229
(603) 223-0828
Pumpkins, hayrides
Brookdale Fruit Farm Inc.
41 Broad Street
Hollis, NH 03049
(603) 465-2240
Pumpkins, wagon rides, pick-your-own
Charmingfare Farm
774 High Street
Candia, NH 03034
(603) 483-1079
Pumpkins, hayrides
Country Dreams
1019 West Hollis Street
Nashua, NH 03062
(603) 882-3086
PumpkinsCurrier Orchards
9 Peaslee Road
Merrimack, NH 03054
(603) 673-9538
Pumpkins, apples
Green Thumb Acres
49 Boyce Road
Canterbury, NH 03224
(603) 783-4359
Hackleboro Orchards
61 Orchard Road
Canterbury, NH 03224
(603) 783-4248
Pumpkins, farm animals, hayrides, apples
Johnson’s Highland View Farm
101 Range Road
Windham, NH 03087
(603) 898-3831
Pumpkins, farm animals
Lavoie’s Farm
172 Nartoff Road
Hollis, NH 03049
(603) 882-0072
Lull Farm
615 Route 13 South
Milford, NH 03055
(603) 673-3119
Mack’s Apples
230 Mammoth Road
Londonderry, NH 03053
(603) 434-7619
Pumpkins, pumpkin decorating
McLeod Brothers Orchards
749 North River Road
Milford, NH 03055
(603) 673-3544
Northway Farm
216 North Road
Candia, NH 03034
(603) 483-2130
Piney Woods Farm & Greenhouse
Route 43 Stage Road #23
Deerfield, NH 03037
(603) 463-7441
PumpkinsRossview Farm
84 District 5 Road
Concord, NH 03301
(603) 228-4872
Pumpkins, hayride tours by appointment, sugarhouse, nature walk, make your own scarecrows, pick your own
Sunnycrest Farm Inc.
59 High Range Road
Londonderry, NH 03053
(603) 432-9652
Pumpkins, pick-your-own apples
Wilson Farm
Route 3A
Litchfield, NH 03052
(603) 882-9919
Birchwood Orchard
206 Old Turnpike Road
Mason, NH 03048
(603) 878-3400
Chauncey Farm
1 Smith Rd
Antrim, NH 03440
(603) 588-2857
High Hopes Orchard
582 Glebe Road
Westmoreland, NH 03467
(603) 399-4305
Pumpkins, hayrides, farm
Maple Lane Farm
Center Road
Lyndeborough, NH 03087
(603) 654-5362
Pumpkins, apples, maple syrup
Rosaly’s Farmstand
Route 123 (just south of Rte. 101)
Peterborough, NH 03458
(603) 924-7774
Stonewall Farm
242 Chesterfield Road
Keene, NH 03431
(603) 357-7278
Hayrides with Belgian horses through the pumpkin patch every weekend in October
Tenney Farm
3 Main Street
Antrim, NH 03440
(603) 588-2020
Pumpkins, cider pressing
Washburn’s Windy Hill Orchard
66 Mason Road
Greenville, NH 03048
(603) 878-2101
Pumpkins, hayrides, tractor rides, pick-your-ownSeacoast Region
Apple Annie
66 Rowell Road
Brentwood, NH 03833
(603) 778-8881
Pumpkins, unpasteurized cider, pick-your-own
Applecrest Farm Orchards Inc.
133 Exeter Road
Hampton Falls, NH 03844
(603) 926-3721
Pumpkins and hayrides, pick your own apples, cider mill, petting zoo
DeMeritt Hill Farm
66 Lee Road, Route 155
Lee, NH 03824
(603) 868-2111
Pumpkins, story hayrides, haunted hayridesEmery Farm
U.S. Route 4
Durham, NH 03824
(603) 742-8495
Pumpkins, hayridesGoudreault Farm Greenhouse Inc.
82 Newton Road
Plaistow, NH 03865-2409
(603) 382-8298
PumpkinsLedgewood Farm & Livery
216 Pleasant Street, Route 27
Epping, NH 03042
(603) 679-4373
Pumpkins and hayrides

Monahan Farm
2 South Road
East Kingston, NH 03827
(603) 642-8186

White Mountain Region
Grumbleweed Farm
329 North Road
Jefferson, NH 03583
(603) 586-7969

Piermont Plant Pantry
144 Route 25
Piermont, NH 03779
(603) 272-4372

Round Barn Shoppe
430 Route 10
Piermont, NH 03779
(603) 272-9026

Windy Ridge Orchard & Christmas Tree Farm
1775 Benton Rd
North Haverhill, NH 03774
(603) 787-6377
Pumpkins, petting zoo, tractor-pulled hay rides, picnic area, pick-your-own apples, nature trails


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