From Ice Roads to Ice Cream in Londonderry

Apr 23, 2013 No Comments by

The snow and ice has melted and Londonderry is prepared to serve scoop after scoop of delicious frozen treats to visitors and residents alike! Beginning today, April 23, 2013, Mack’s Apples Ice Cream Stand is open from 12 PM until 9 PM daily.

Stop by the stand located on Mammoth Road, you can’t miss the big building near the apple orchards, for flavors galore of the creamy summer treat. From straight vanilla to death-by-chocolate and everything in between, hundreds, possibly thousands, 0f scoops are served each year.

Frosty flavors include:

  • Vanilla
  • Chocolate
  • Coffee
  • Chocolate Chip
  • Mint Chocolate Chip
  • Mocha Chip
  • Cookie Dough
  • Oreo Cookie
  • Maple Walnut
  • Pistachio
  • Butter Pecan
  • Totally Turtle
  • Peanut Butter Cup w/ Reeses
  • Chocolate Chip w/ Almond Joy
  • Trick or Treat (Candy Shop)
  • Moose Tracks
  • Crunch-a-saurus
  • Strawberry
  • Black Raspberry
  • Maine Black Bear
  • Orange Pineapple
  • Death-By-Chocolate
  • Chocolate Walnut Fudge
  • Coffee Toffee w/ Heath Bar Frozen Yogurt
  • Chocolate Chip Frozen Yogurt
  • Mint Patty Frozen Yogurt
  • Black Raspberry low fat ice cream
  • Orange Sherbet
  • Lime Sherbet
  • Raspberry Sorbet

The locally produced, smooth and creamy ice cream comes from Richardson’s in Middleton, Massachusetts. Richardson’s has been a family run dairy farm since the 1600?s and an ice cream stand since the 1950?s! Learn more about Richardon’s here.

Visit Mack’s Apples Ice Cream Stand at 230 Mammoth Road in Londonderry, NH and order your favorite scoop of ice cream! The ice cream will be scooped every day from noon to 9 PM until mid-September. Click here to visit Mack’s Apples online.

Click the farmstand icon for door to ice cream directions!

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About the author

Jacklynn has been a resident in Londonderry since the age of 5. She grew up in a quiet neighborhood and went through the great school system. She has fond memories of bike riding through town in the spring and summer, sledding in the winter, and apple and pumpkin picking in the fall. She now has children of her own and looks forward to raising them in the same town she enjoyed so much as a youth.
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