Autumn in New Hampshire means foliage, fairs, and yes, picking your own apples at one of the state's many orchards.
At a lot of farms, "pick-your-own" or "PYO" is much more than an opportunity to buy the freshest fruit. It's also a chance to take a hay ride, watch a cider press in action, and perhaps most important, to eat some homemade cider donuts.
As one farm owner told NHPR in 2013, PYO is also about connecting people with agriculture, and that benefits everyone.
So, where can you pick apples this weekend in New Hampshire? Explore our interactive map below to find an orchard near you - or, perhaps, find one further afield and take a day trip.
And if you've got a favorite orchard we've left off the map, let us know. Click here to send us your suggestions via email.
Map: Where to pick your own apples in NH
Orchard information provided by the New Hampshire Fruit Growers Association and NHPR listeners.