The tree lot got hit hard on thanksgiving weekend. There are less than 25 trees left out there. I will put pictures in the slide show. If you see something that works please email or text for an afternoon appointment. We are planting 1000 trees a year to try to catch up. The next mob of trees are only about four foot tall this year.
All trees regardless of size are $40 each. We mostly have Nobles, and a few Blue Spruce. Trees range from table toppers to 15 feet. Nicest trees are about six feet tall.
We have hand saws if you forget yours. Bring gloves and boots. It's not muddy but can be wet or snowy in December. Bring a camera for a family picture in the wild!
Bring your well behaved dogs and kids. Or a leash.
We will be open the weekend after thanksgiving. Most likely the trees will be gone after that. We'll update the website when the season is over. (it's pretty much over)
We're keeping it pretty small this year, no santa or petting zoo. We will NOT have hot cocoa and coffee near the campfire on drizzly days. (covid & common sense did not allow.)
It does not look like we will have wreaths to sell but there are garlands. You're also welcome to collect greens to make your own.
We are set up to take cash, cards, venmo, and the occasional local check. We prefer cash.
Yes! but please call ahead. If you want to come after dark bring lights, it's dark out there. We do not bale trees after dark.
Still no shaker, but we'll blow the squirrels out of it and wrap it with twine in the tree baler (free). Bring something to tie the tree onto your car. We do have twine for tying trees to your rig.
Let us know if you're high risk and need a little distance. The operation is all outdoors and spread over several acres. Staff will have masks if they need to work close to you.