|New Hampshire Ice Cream Stands|
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|Hayward's Ice Cream
|Hayward's Ice Cream was founded in 1940. The name was changed from Hayward Farms Ice Cream in the 1970s. This is the company's original location. There were six locations but now there are just two with the other one in Milford, NH. The Dracut, MA location is now known as Mike's Ice Cream. [map]|
|Beech Hill Farm & Ice Cream Barn
|Diamond Acres [gone]
Beech Hill is a ninth-generation farm which features Blake's Ice Cream and a do-it-yourself sundae bar. There are also fresh pies and other goodies, as well as a nature trail and corn maze. For more, see this website.
Diamond Acres also featured Blake's Ice Cream and soft serve ice cream. The building was built in 1962. These photos are from 2004. The store was destroyed by a fire in 2008 and demolished. The ice cream sign was still there in 2013 but gone by 2018.
Arnie's Place has been here since 1997 and sells homemade ice cream. The building was built as a Dairy Queen in the mid-1960s. For more, see this website. [map]
The King Kone features a castle-like building and soft serve ice cream. [map]
|The Cremeland Drive-in has homemade ice cream and drive-in fare. The Cremeland started out as Mimi's in 1947. The menu then included hot dogs, ice cream and popcorn. In the 1970s, they began selling only soft-serve ice cream. However, after renovations in the early 1980s, they resumed making their own hard ice cream. For more, see this website. [map]|
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