Join us for day 3 of Cut Your Own Christmas Trees. Sunday, maybe our last day!
We still have a large number of trees to choose from. Apples, cider and apple firewood are at the stand.
HOURS: 9am – 4 pm, last entry to Christmas trees at 3:30pm
Parking will be in the upper field this year. Please look for Staff to direct you.
When you have cut your tree, you can pay for it by card, cash or check at a stand in the Christmas trees.
Here is what to expect:
You’ll have a short walk to the Christmas tree area. Once there, find your favorite tree and cut it (we can help cut and carry).
Take your tree to a Christmas tree stand & pay, tie your tag on a branch at the base of the tree. Get in line with your tree for your ride back to the parking lot.
When you leave the parking lot drive down the hill toward the balers. Pull over to the right in the designated area for tree pick up. Your tree will be baled with net & tied on your car
The price of the tree, $75.00, covers everything including tax!
Your tree tag is your receipt. Should you want to contact us about your tree you’ll need it.
Please make way for the tractors!
Walk only on the left side of the roadway, staying on the grass is best, or walk through the orchard to the Christmas trees!
Due to the necessity of wagon interval scheduling it is very unlikely that we can stop to pick up trees in the field – trees will only be loaded on the wagons at the stands.
Our first few hours can be very busy. You might find yourself waiting for a saw, help cutting a tree, wagon transportation, baling and tying the tree on your car… in short, if you are in a hurry, later in the day or in the weekend is a little less busy. Bring your own saw if you have one.
Cut Your Own Christmas Trees opens at 9am on Friday, Nov 26th.
we’ll then be open Saturdays and Sundays from 9-4 until we are sold out of trees for this year.
All trees are $75.00, card, cash or check. That includes tax and baling, etc.
Come to the stand this week for apples and take a walk to the Christmas trees to see what’s there. There are so many beautiful trees to choose from!
Our apples, apple cider and apple firewood is available Monday – Wednesday and through the weekend. We’ll be closed Thanksgiving.
Opening Friday, Nov. 26th, then Saturdays and Sundays until sold out.
There is no shortage of big, beautiful trees. Most are Balsam Fir.
Friday morning can be very crowded. We ask you to consider coming to the farm later in the day on Friday, on Saturday, or Sunday.
There can be longer wait times at each step. You may wait for a saw, for a trailer ride, for baling and tying the tree on your car. Your patience and good cheer will be appreciated.
Foot and car traffic will be different so please look for directions.
We need space to do our jobs. Let us load and unload the trailers. Please allow the tractors to pass by on the road and by the stand.
Your tree may have a tractor ride to the parking lot without you! Keep your tree tag with you for I.D. Take a photo of it, just incase.
Finally, we considered a reservation system but made the decision that it would not work for us this year. We will consider it for next year.
If you come to our stand for apples you are welcome to walk and check out trees. There is no tagging system but you can get an idea of where to head when we open for cutting.
Check back for more information!
There are some Mutsu, Red Delicious, Jonagold, Cortland, Macoun and Granny Smith to pick. These apples and many other varieties are still at the stand!
Here they are, the latest varieties for Pick Your Own. Jonagold, Mutsu, Granny Smith, Empire and Red Delicious have been added to Macoun, Golden Delicious, Cortland, McIntosh, Fuji and Empire. Honeycrisp and many other varieties already picked at the stand.