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Contact/Directions

Mountain Star Farms is located in one of the prettiest corners of New Hampshire.

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The farm has lots of old stone walls and a fantastic two-state view of the White Mountains and the Connecticut River Valley.

We are in Swiftwater on NH Route 112, a popular Scenic and Cultural Byway, right between Interstates I-93 and I-91.

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For Directions to Farm using Google Maps,click here...

GPS Directions:
Enter 303 Ammonoosuc Road Bath, NH
(if Woodsville produces incorrect results.
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 Hours of Operation:
Open 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Saturday and Sunday from Thanksgiving weekend (including that Friday) through the third weekend of December.

 Choose and Cut Prices:
$45 up to an 7 ft 11 inch tree, 8 ft-9 ft 11 inch tree are $7 per foot over 10 ft is $12 per foot.

When visiting, enjoy some of the area attractions:

Covered Bridges: There are three covered bridges within 10 miles of the farm. Swiftwater, Bath and Woodsville each have lovely old covered bridges for you to stop at (or drive over).

White Mountain National Forest: Our Swiftwater farm is on the edge of this 780,000 acre treasure of forests, streams and rugged mountains. Hike, mountain bike, fish, swim or picnic. In the fall, the foliage is breathtaking and in the summer the cool mountain air is invigorating.

Franconia Notch: Echo and Profile Lakes, the Flume and the Old Man of the Mountains are in the park as are hiking and bike trails and Cannon Mountain.

Cannon Mountain: Ski and snowboard in the winter on one of New England's most fun and challenging mountains. Take a tram ride anytime for a fantastic view of the White Mountains. The light on the top of the tramway is the mountain "star" the farm is named for.

Loon Mountain: Loon is New Hampshire's most visited ski area and has numerous other activities year-round at the mountain and in Lincoln.

The Brick Store: America’s Oldest General Store is located near us in the village of Bath, New Hampshire. Noted for their homemade baked goods, fudge, and maple-smoked meats and cheeses, they make our popular New England Holiday Basket for us. Visit them on the web at www.thebrickstore.com.