Surowiec Farm is located in the rural town of Sanbornton. The farm has been in the Surowiec family since 1917. Originally operated as a dairy farm, the first apple trees were planted in 1971. The farm has continued to expand and diversify ever since.
A spectacular view to the north and west provides an expansive backdrop to the orchard and farm stand. Be sure to bring your camera for a family photo against the brilliant scenery.
Since the farm is open to the public, we ask that pets be left at home due to safety and human health concerns.
School field trips and scenic bus tours are welcome by appointment. Call 286-4069 to make an appointment.
Pick Your Own Blueberries
Mid July through August. Open 7 days a week, 9am – 5:30pm.
Blueberry season begins in mid July and under optimal conditions will extend until Labor Day, when apple season begins. Our bushes are irrigated, high bush cultivars, which produce large, tasty berries and are convenient for picking. Containers are provided at no additional cost. Take a break from picking, relax and enjoy the views and fresh country air.
Pick Your Own Apples:
Our Pick Your Own Apple Season extends from Late August until mid October (Please call ahead for picking conditions). We are open 7 days a week, 9am – 5pm.
You can pick your own apples from our semi-dwarf trees. We offer several varieties of New England apples for pick your own, such as Paula Red, Ginger Gold, Macintosh, and Cortland. We also have Honeycrisp, Empire, Macoun and Crispin available in our farm stand. Fall is not complete without the crisp, juicy taste of a fresh picked New Hampshire apple.