Description - Plan to an spend entire day exploring this unique agricultural region. The Apple Way is pleasantly low-key and historically interesting.
For example, you can visit old Dutton Farm, the town's first maple syrup producer, which still taps its maples every spring. You can even see the Farm's old sugar shack if you peek behind the barn.
The route is sprinkled with old schoolhouses, antique homesteads, and magnificent orchards. These orchards not only gave the byway its name, but are also famous for their excellent produce and flowers.
At well-known Sunnycrest Farm, you can pick your own apples, strawberries, blueberries, and flowers. Mack's Orchards is renowned for its apples, cider, and pumpkins.
- The Apple Way, Londonderry is known for it's Cultural, Historical and Scenic Attractions.
Directions from :
- The Apple Way begins at the Londonderry town offices.
(To get to Londonderry, take I-93 to Exit 4 (NH 102 / Nashua Road). Go west on NH 102 to the second stoplight. Here you will intersect with Gilcreast Road. Go north on Gilcreast Road until you come upon the Londonderry town offices.)
- Take Gilcreast Road then turn east when you hit Pillsbury Road.
- The next roads you will take (in this order) are: High Range Road, Elwood, and Adams. The last road, Mammoth, will bring you back to the beginning of the byway.