Are you open for the 2021 season?


We are! Opening day is Friday, November 26, 2021 (the day after Thanksgiving). From there, we'll be open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., through our last day on Sunday, December 12, 2021. We also have limited weekday appointments available if needed—please book online.




How much do your trees cost?


We measure and price our trees by the half foot, with the price depending on the type of tree: Douglas-firs are $6 per foot ($36 for an average 6' tree) Grand Firs are $8 per foot ($48 for an average 6' tree) Norway Spruce are $8 per foot ($48 for an average 6' tree) Noble Firs are $10 per foot ($60 for an average 6' tree) Nordmann Firs are $10 per foot ($60 for an average 6' tree)




Do you have any tall Noble Firs?


No, unfortunately we don't. After a very busy 2020 season, our Nobles (and Nordmanns) max out around 6 feet right now. For tall trees, we have a small selection of Grand Firs and Douglas-firs, but that's about it. Our specialty is Christmas trees in the 6 to 8 foot range.




What do we need to bring?


Not prepared? No need to worry—we have plenty of saws (available at each of our three tree fields), twine for tying your tree to your car, and even tree stands available for purchase.




Are your trees meticulously sheared?


No. While we do spend time gently shaping our trees, we are all about the more natural look. We want our Christmas trees to look like something you might find during a walk through the woods. As a result, we also have a fair number of trees with extra "character"—and if that character gets out of hand, we offer a $10 off Charlie Brown discount.




What activities do you have for kids?


At our tree farm, the focus is really on getting out in nature and hunting for that perfect tree. For the young ones though, we do have Santa lists that they can fill out and drop in our North Pole Express mailbox, as well as candy canes for the way home. Kids also love to watch the tree shaker in action!




Can we bring our dog?


Absolutely. We just ask that you keep them on a leash and clean up after them. We have poop bags on site if you need one.




Do you have any pre-cut trees?


We are trying to secure a selection of pre-cut nobles for those seeking taller trees (if that happens, we'll update it here!). Other than that though, we are entirely a u-cut Christmas tree farm. If you need help cutting your tree, please let us know.




How big is your tree farm?


We have roughly twelve acres of Christmas trees divided into three distinct fields—the lower field (the largest one, and also where we have apple cider and tree netting); the middle field (the smallest one, but a cozy feel and a fire burning in the warming hut); and the upper field (with the best views of Big Lake). Surrounding our tree fields is over ten acres of forested woodland, to add to that walk-in-the-woods feel. A loop road wraps through the property, and we have parking and other amenities at each tree field.




Can we take our holiday photos at your farm?


If you're working with a professional photographer, we would be honored to have you take your holiday photos at our Christmas tree farm—we simply ask that you (or your photographer) reserve your time online. There is also a $50 hourly fee.




What else do you sell?


In addition to u-cut Christmas trees, we have tree stands, wreaths, and a unique handmade ornament (design changes every year).




Do you use sustainable growing methods?


As the new owners (as of 2021), we are attempting to incorporate sustainable growing methods that respect the surrounding woodland, wetlands and water bodies—and the wildlife that live there—to the extent possible. We now hand pull rather than spray our trailing blackberry, practice integrated forestry techniques when maintaining our Christmas trees and the surrounding woodland, and use recycled and compostable products when available. Starting in 2022, we'll also be using wood chips around the base of the trees for weed control and (hopefully) water retention.