Carter Hill Orchard

Carter Hill Orchard is a family-owned active orchard located in Concord, New Hampshire in the USA. Developed in the 1970s, this orchard offers a wide variety of fruits. With many improved va-rieties of apples as well as a wide variety of plums, peaches, pumpkins, and blueberries, this orchard has become a tourist attraction. Millions of tourists come to see this garden throughout the year. Apart from fruits, vegetables are also grown here. You should also plan to visit this lush green garden of the concord.


                    Natural Areas of the Garden

You will never be disappointed by walking in the beautiful and serene environment of the garden. The streets of this natural resource-rich garden provide an enchanting view of spectacular autumn colors and beautiful plants. Check out the beautiful lakes here in autumn. Eat fresh fruits in the orchard. Be it summer or winter or spring, it is full of flowers and fruits throughout the year. You can have a lot of fun in the lush green environment here.

Apple varieties in Orchard

Apples are produced in Carter Hill Orchard depending on the season. This is done from mid-August to mid-October. The best varieties of apples can be found here. Paula Red is the best apple on a hot summer day. Come here you can enjoy the tender and juicy, deep red colored Mackintosh apple, which is quite large and tasty. ‘Macintosh’ is also used in making chutneys. Apart from this, the best varieties of Summermac, Cortland, and Golden Delicious apples are found here.

Varieties of fruits in Orchard

This garden is one of the rare gardens in the USA. With a wide variety of gardens, this garden provides an enchanting and exciting sight to tourists. Pie cultivation is done in the month of July and apple cultivation is usually done from August to October. There are many things to see and do in the garden for the whole family to visit. Wide varieties of the best quality apples are found here.


  1. The oldest and most famous variety was the Mackintosh apple, which was discovered in 1811 by John Mackintosh as a seedling.
  2. One of the best choices for salads, kebabs, and garnishes is the Cortland Apple, which originated in the 1890s, and is quite sweet and large.

Activities:-You can have a good and fun moment by coming here. Enjoy the beautiful view along with the big apples in the orchard. Apart from the best varieties of apples, pies, jellies, blueberries, and candies are also found in many varieties. It is great fun to watch and savor the taste of apples producing juicy, tender, and delicious apples with a mix of dark red to green. The mesmerizing view of the garden is made upon seeing. Do not forget to bring a camera with you while traveling. Everything is here. Hawk watching, a playground for young children, and much more.

What to expect:- The wonderful view of the apples coming out of the trees in the orchard provides quite an exciting and beautiful view. Pick delicious apples and pears in pleasant weather. Along with fruits, the bakery also offers a variety of sweet bread, cookies, pies, and the famous cider donuts and whoopie pies. Harvest the fruits by hand. There is also a children’s playground in the gardens. Your mind will be happy after eating the summer golden apple here. You can also use these two red and yellow apples in food, salad, and baking.

Plan to visit:– This part of New Hampshire is open to visitors year-round. You can enter here from Monday to Sunday from July 1 to October 28 from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm and from October 29 to December 18 from 9:00 to 5:00 pm. There is no charge to enter here. Make sure to visit this wonderful garden with your entire family, friends, and kids.

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