Looking for an early Fall Half?
What better way to celebrate Fall with an early September half marathon! Make a day of it and bring the family to New Hampshire’s oldest and largest apple orchard. Located less than an hour from Boston on the New Hampshire Seacoast you won’t want to miss this fun-filled event.
About The Applecrest Half:
The half marathon course starts and finishes right on the Applecrest Farm grounds. You will run on all rural back roads in Hampton Falls and Kensington New Hampshire. Your registration includes a wicking technical race shirt made by Green Layer (100% recycled fabric) and custom medals to all finishers.
The course is rolling country roads and doable for just about any runner or walker. At the finish you will be treated to home-made apple pie with home-made ice cream, Applecrest’s famous apples, pressed cider, Stonyfield yogurt and Smuttynose Beer.
The Half Marathon course is certified, well marked and accurate. It travels 100% on rural New Hampshire roads.
Time to go Apple Picking!
The Applecrest Half Marathon, (not to be confused with the Applefest Half Marathon) has something for everyone! Bring the family, as you can choose from a variety of fun things to do.
- Live Folk and Bluegrass music
- Horse-drawn Hayrides
- Children’s Petting Zoo
- Face Painting & Balloons
Note, there may be a fee for some activities.
PLUS there’s more:
- Pick-your-own Apples, Raspberries, Peaches & Pumpkins*
- Apple Pie & Ice Cream
- Old-Fashioned Hot Cider Donuts
*Picking is free, but of course you have to pay for the Apples, Raspberries and such.
About Applecrest Farm
Applecrest Farm remains as New Hampshire’s oldest and largest apple orchard. It’s the oldest continuously operated orchard in America. Four generations of the Wagner family have worked this land, dedicated to their simple mission of sustainably growing the finest fruit and vegetables available.
Discover a bounty of grown-on-the-farm delights, including over 40 varieties of apples, peaches, berries, sweet corn, pumpkins and an array of summer vegetables. Beneath the timbers of a 200 year-old barn, find jugs of all-natural apple cider, made-from-scratch confectioneries (including our famous hot cider donuts) and an array of other locally produced farm goods all for sale. To learn more visit Applecrest Farm’s web site here.
History sure tastes good.