Fall at Moulton Farm is filled with fun, color, and great tasting food.

Get lost and enjoy it!
People of all ages enjoy exploring our corn maze. Our maze is open daily starting September 20. For details on admission and how we make the maze, please click here.

GPS means “great pumpkin searching”
Starting in mid-September you are sure to find a pumpkin to suit your needs at the farm whether you are decorating, carving a jack-o-lantern, or cooking up some delicious pumpkin dishes. You will also find corn stalks, mums, asters and other plants to help you decorate for the season.

Fun for all ages
In addition to our corn maze and pumpkin searching, there is more to enjoy during your visit including:

Get creative at our free Pumpkin Decorating Station!  After you've found and bought your pumpkin, give it a face or other decoration or carve it with the child-friendly tools we provide. 

Free tractor rides to our "pick your own" pumpkin patch on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 am until 3 pm starting September 28 through October 20.

Entertainment at our Pumpkin Fest on October 20. The pumpkins fall at 4 pm, but the fun begins before that!  Get details on all the fun including an old fashioned horse plowing contest, a magic show, and our smashingly fun pumpkin drop.

Musician John Irish will be singing at the farm from noon until 3 pm on the following Saturdays: October 5, October 12, and October 19. 

Freshly made cider doughnuts are available at the Cider Bellies stand.

Delicious items from our farm market and bakery are available seven days a week.

Moulton Farm 5k  On November 2, come run or walk in the most unique 5K event in all of New Hampshire!  Get details about this unique event.

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Fall Fun Come to the farm for fall fun!  Find your favorite pumpkin, get lost in our corn maze, enjoy a tractor ride, and eat  great tasting food from our farm market and farm bakery.
Now harvesting Wondering what we are currently harvesting?  Click here to find out.