Fran Imhoff

Alyson’s Orchard, Walpole, NH

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Set atop an elongated ridge overlooking the Connecticut River, this 450-acre property is as
prized for its gorgeous grounds as it is for its apples. The views, wooded surroundings, and
sweeping manicured lawns have made it a popular spot for weddings.

What to Pick: Originally started as an all-McIntosh “retirement
hobby” for Susan and Robert Jasse in 1981, the orchard has since diversified its PYO
offerings to include heirloom varieties like Black Oxfords, Gravensteins, and Winesaps.

Most Unusual Offering: Poke around the wooded edge of the property, and
you’ll find an extraordinary rope swing. From its seat, you’ll be treated to views of
the river below and the rolling hills of southern Vermont.

Bells & Whistles: A farm stand selling fresh fruits and vegetables, jams
and jellies, and apple cider and wine made from orchard produce; weekend wagon rides to and from
the orchard; a kids’ playground; duck ponds; weekend wine tastings.

America's Best Apple Picking Farms

Alyson’s Orchard, Walpole, NH

Set atop an elongated ridge overlooking the Connecticut River, this 450-acre property is as
prized for its gorgeous grounds as it is for its apples. The views, wooded surroundings, and
sweeping manicured lawns have made it a popular spot for weddings.

What to Pick: Originally started as an all-McIntosh “retirement
hobby” for Susan and Robert Jasse in 1981, the orchard has since diversified its PYO
offerings to include heirloom varieties like Black Oxfords, Gravensteins, and Winesaps.

Most Unusual Offering: Poke around the wooded edge of the property, and
you’ll find an extraordinary rope swing. From its seat, you’ll be treated to views of
the river below and the rolling hills of southern Vermont.

Bells & Whistles: A farm stand selling fresh fruits and vegetables, jams
and jellies, and apple cider and wine made from orchard produce; weekend wagon rides to and from
the orchard; a kids’ playground; duck ponds; weekend wine tastings.

Fran Imhoff

America's Best Apple Picking Farms

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