Best New Hampshire Farms To Photograph This Fall

Best New Hampshire Farms To Photograph This Fall

Photographing beautiful farms and barns in New Hampshire is always a fun experience. There are farms scattered all throughout the state and they each have unique features. Many photographers flock to farms during the fall season in New Hampshire when the foliage is peaking. The leaves become amazing shades of red, orange, and yellow during late-September and October. We compiled this list of the best New Hampshire farms to photograph this fall to help you get the best fall photos possible. Check out the spots we have listed below and let us know any additions you’d like added in the comments.

Sugar Hill Sampler

  • Address: Sunset Hill Road, Sugar Hill, New Hampshire
  • Directions: HERE

The Sugar Hill Sampler is one of the most iconic red barns in the state of New Hampshire. Hundreds of photographers flock to the backroads of Sugar Hill each fall to photograph the historic building. The barn is over 200 years old and features it’s name hand-written on one side. For many years, the barn housed a museum, shop, and country store but the owner died in 2018 and the business closed. Neighbors of the barn, Margo and Greg Connor, purchased the property and have decided to renovate the barn to its original state.

Moulton Farm

  • Address: 18 Quarry Rd, Meredith, New Hampshire
  • Directions: HERE

When fall arrives, people begin to flock to the iconinc Moulton Farm on Quarry Road in Meredith, New Hampshire. During the fall, the farm is expertly decorated with amazing displays of pumpkins and other goodies. The farm is a photographers paradise with it’s beautiful displays, historic structures, and views of the mountains in the distance. After taking photos, be sure to stop in the farm market to pick up fresh fruits, vegetables, and a seemingly endless selection of bakery items!

Stonewall Farm

  • Address: 242 Chesterfield Rd, Keene, New Hampshire
  • Directions: HERE

Stonewall Farm is one of the most visually appealing farms in New Hampshire. The history of the farm dates back to 1759 when the property was sold by Samuel Daniels to his son John who began to create what would eventually become Stonewall Farm. Over the years, developments continued and the property changed hands a few times. In 1908, the farm became a dairy farm when Carl Johnson purchased the farm and brought in 50 cows. Stonewall Farm became a major producer of milk for the Keene, New Hampshire area.

In the late 20th century, the owner of the farm, Mike Kidder, worked hard to turn the farm into a public resource which would teach visitors about farming. This idea inspired the farm’s educational component, which debuted in 1991 with the first maple sugaring program for schoolchildren. Other educational initiatives that currently provide services to over 20,000 people annually followed this. Stonewall Farm was granted non-profit status in 1994 which met its legacy would continue. It remains a key resource for the town of Keene and it is a wonderful location for photographers to visit too!

Lull Farm

  • Address: 65 Broad St, Hollis, New Hampshire
  • Directions: HERE

Lull Farm in Hollis, New Hampshire is a must-visit spot to get in the fall mood. The farm is a staple of the town and it really goes all out for fall. Visitors will find the farm stand overflowing with pumpkins of all varieties along with fresh fall flowers. fruits, and vegetables. Inside you will find amazing produce along with dozens of fresh bakery items from breads, cookies, and croissants to donuts, muffins, and pies. Lull Farm in Hollis is the main Lull Farm location. There are others in Nashua and Milford.  

Coppal House Farm

  • Address: 118 North River Road RT 155, Lee, New Hampshire
  • Directions: HERE

Coppal House Farm is an iconic southern New Hampshire farm that embraces every season to the max. The farm is known for its corn maze, horse-drawn wagon rides, sunflower fields, and, of course, its fall displays. During the fall season, the farm offers several pumpkin patches which features pumpkins of all shapes and sizes along with some other fall vegetables. Inside the farm stand, visitors will find fresh apple cider donuts and pumpkin bread which are guaranteed to get people in the fall spirit! To kick things off, Coppal House Farm hosts a Fall Harvest Day Celebration in mid/late September. You can learn more about the farm and Fall Harvest Day at

Iris Farm

  • Address: 321 NH-117, Sugar Hill, New Hampshire
  • Directions: HERE

Iris Farm is a beautiful farm located right along NH-117 in Sugar Hill, New Hampshire. The dairy farm is home to a large red barn, several smaller barns, two silos, and a farmhouse. It sits on many acres overlooking the Sugar Hill valley. The farm is still functional with cows and sheep on premises. If you want to get the full farm experience, visitors are welcome to stay at the historic farm house which has been completely renovated and put up on Airbnb for rent.  Learn more about the rental at

Musterfield Farm

  • Address: Harvey Rd, North Sutton, New Hampshire
  • Directions: HERE

If you enjoy cruising the backroads of New Hampshire on the lookout for beautiful places, you have to set your GPS to Musterfield Farm in Sutton. Musterfield is a true New England farm that has been producing amazing vegetables, fruits, and fresh cut flowers since the 18th century. On the property, visitors can check out the historic homestead and the beautifully restored farm buildings. There are also wonderful gardens to view and a farm stand packed with farm fresh produce and other local items. Visitors are welcome to walk the marked cross-country ski trails which criss-cross through the lovely woods and fields of the farm. Head to the farm in the fall to enjoy all it has to offer and the addition of beautiful foliage!

Canterbury Shaker Village

  • Address: 288 Shaker Rd, Canterbury, New Hampshire
  • Directions: HERE

The Canterbury Shaker Village is a beautiful National Historic Landmark and museum. The village features 29 historic Shaker farm buildings along with nearly 700 acres of forests, fields, ponds, trails, gardens, and more! A non-profit organization that was founded in 1969 to protect the Canterbury Shakers’ history runs the site today. The mission of Canterbury Shaker Village is to uphold the 200-year tradition of the Canterbury Shakers and to offer a space for education, introspection, and spiritual refreshment. Through tours, seminars, exhibitions, research, and publications, visitors can learn about the life, ideals, and legacy of the Canterbury Shakers. Be sure to visit this historic village in the fall to see the beautiful foliage surrounding the famous buildings.

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