You may not have access to a New Hampshire dispensary without being a medical cannabis patient, but you are welcome to make your way across state lines to pay us a visit at Uma Flowers in Massachusetts. Our recreational dispensary in Pepperell, MA is less than 15 minutes from NH. You’ll find our recreational dispensary just across the Nashua River and Nashua River Rail Trail on Tarbell Street. We have high-quality cannabis, a welcoming environment, and ample education for those new to recreational cannabis use.
What to Expect When at Our Dispensary Near New Hampshire
Our dispensary is a large-scale facility with around 2,900 square feet of floor space, and ample parking outside for every customer that stops in for a visit. We ensure you have room to look around and make yourself comfortable as you learn about cannabis and examine our extensive selection. We offer:
- A secure vestibule where customers are checked in
- A comfortable lounge for education and information about cannabis
- A premier retail showroom filled with hand-sourced, premium-quality products
Our dispensary is clean and simplistic, just like our cannabis. From the brand-new cannabis consumer to the experienced buyer, we want you to feel invited, welcome, and absolutely pleased with our service and collection.
Can New Hampshire Residents Purchase Weed in MA?
NH residents are absolutely legally allowed to travel to Massachusetts to purchase weed from a licensed adult-use dispensary. You are not legally allowed to purchase cannabis in MA and take it back home to NH because this would be transporting cannabis across state lines. Doing so is currently against the law. Therefore, be sure to make arrangements to stay in MA after your purchase until you have consumed your purchased products.
Is Weed Legal in NH?
NH legalized medical cannabis in 2013 and began selling medical cannabis in 2016. However, as of 2022, NH is the only remaining state in the New England area that has not yet legalized cannabis for recreational use.
To make matters even more restrictive, possessing cannabis in NH if you are not a medical patient is still illegal, even though the state has taken steps to try to decriminalize passing cannabis in a small amount. It is still possible to face fines for possessing as little as 3/4 of an ounce or less.
Thankfully, there are no laws against traveling to surrounding MA dispensaries to purchase cannabis. For example, you can plan a trip to Uma Flowers in Pepperell, MA to purchase adult-use cannabis, which is right across the state line.
Are There Cannabis Dispensaries in NH?
Currently, there are three medical dispensary brands in the state, all of which offer more than one location. Dispensaries in NH are referred to as Alternative Treatment Centers (ATCs). The medical dispensaries in NH include:
- Prime Alternative Treatment Centers of NH in Chichester and Merrimack
- Temescal Wellness in Keene, Diver, and Lebanon
- Sanctuary ATC in Conway and Plymouth
NH has been extremely conservative when issuing licenses for new medical dispensaries. The state bases the decision to open new locations on the demand for cannabis in certain areas. Also, when a patient is granted a medical marijuana license in NH, they must register to shop at a “preferred ATC” dispensary only. In the event patients want to make a change to a different ATC, they have to submit a request.
Staying in MA After Traveling from NH?
If you are traveling from NH to MA to purchase cannabis, you may decide to stay overnight, and MA has no shortage of accommodations to make you feel right at home. In fact, there are some good options not far from the Uma Flowers dispensary for anywhere from $150 to $200 per night, such as:
If you prefer something other than a hotel or motel, be sure to check out the Airbnb listings in the Pepperell area that rent from as little as $80 per night. You can rent everything from private rooms to full homes for your overnight stay.
Getting Around in MA
If you are planning to travel from NH to Pepperell, MA, you will be pleased to know that Uber and Lyft are both available in the area. Both offer reasonable prices, usually charging per mile with a minimum-fare fee per trip. Some Uber and Lyft drivers will even take you across state lines, which means you may be able to get a ride from across the state line to get here for your stay.
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