"A trip to Cider Hill Farm never disappoints."
City and town clerks across Massachusetts are sharing their favorite places to go for culture, nature, and relaxation in the cities and towns they know so well. Here's what Amesbury's city clerk, Amanda Haggstrom, had to say about the farm (THANK YOU, AMANDA!):
Pick fruit and nosh cider doughnuts at Cider Hill Farm
A trip to Cider Hill Farm never disappoints, Haggstrom said. Folks can currently pick strawberries on the farm, and in the coming months guests can pick blueberries, peaches, raspberries, apples, and pumpkins. Haggstrom attended the farm’s Tulip Fest this spring with her family.
“I couldn’t stop taking pictures of them,” she said. “They were gorgeous. It was just so beautiful.”
Fall is always busy at the farm, she said, which offers a food truck, farm store, Hot Cider & Donut Bar, Hard Cider & Chili Bar, barnyard, and more. “In the fall, I think that’s when everybody from out of town comes for the apple picking,” she said. As for the doughnuts, Haggstrom said, “They are just amazing, the most amazing doughnuts you’ll ever have.” (Boston.com readers think so, too). Read the Boston.com article >