Drop on by
Hours - 9 to 6 daily
- NOW HARVESTING
Winter squash: blue hubbard, delicata, acorn, buttercup,
butternut, and amber cup etc
melons - gourds - tomatoes - garlic - corn
- carrots - spinach
peppers - cabbage
kale - hot peppers - lettuce - beans
and lots of herbs:
basils - cilantro - dill - parsley - chives - savory - oregano
sage - thyme taragon - mint and lovage.
|Picnic Rock Farms
LLC, formerly known as Longridge Farm, specializes
in fresh fruits and vegetables, jams and jellies,
goods, Christmas trees in season, and other
products. Our farm stand is open with Spring hours - 6 days a week from 9-5. (Closed
Ward Bird and family (7th and 8th generation) along with John Hodsdon (owner) are
dedicated to providing you with the freshest vegetables and fruits, grown on our farm.
Stop in at our Farm Stand, built by Ward Bird, or purchase our produce through our
CSA program, or stop and see us at the "Laconia Outdoor Main
Street Market" on Thursdays or
at the New Hampton Farmer’s Market on Mondays.
Throughout the course of the season we will update our "Now Harvesting" page with our current list of produce. Be sure to check out our "Current Events" page for information on the various events and activities that we will have here at
Picnic Rock Farms!
The very 1st registered farm stand in the State of New
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GIFT BASKETS FOR ANY OCCASION
We are now doing gift baskets to order.
Either drop on by or give us a call and we can design one for your
Three Photographs Taken at Picnic
Rock Farm Win Ribbons at the 2013
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You can reach us at our farm stand at 603-279-8421
can reach us at our bakery at 603-279-6126.
If you need to reach us after hours, you can reach us at 603-520-0624.
The farm’s 125-acres have helped provide for the
region for over two centuries. Owner John Hodsdon
represents the sixth generation of continuous family
ownership that stretches to 1801, when Hezekiah and
Polly Smith took possession of the
farm after relocating
from Meredith Center. The site includes a 1769 farmhouse,
Meredith’s second oldest historic structure. “Picnic Rock” refers to a boulder
on the farm
where, in days gone by, family members and friends
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