Make sure to visit when you aren’t rushed for time – our trees are cut to order, so depending on the time of day and the number of people who were here before you, you might experience a wait.
Yesterday we had our busiest day ever, and from 11:30 onward folks experienced a longer wait than usual. We thank everyone for their patience, as our goal is to work as quickly as possible with safety as our #1 priority.
Bringing out the big rig to load a tree!
We’re in the middle of our second snow storm of the season here on the Christmas tree farm. The snow probably won’t last until morning, but it sure looks nice now.
NanNuk is having a blast – this is his weather!
When you get to the Christmas tree farm, the first step is to check in at the little red building so you can pick up a tag, a marker, a map, and maybe even a measuring stick if you didn’t bring your own tape measure.
Here’s our check-in location – it’s also one of the spots that NanNuk likes to hang around.
Just a reminder that our normal hours are Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 9 AM to 4 PM, but we have a lot of people that find it more convenient to come at a different time. That’s no problem! As long as we have someone here, you’re welcome to come.
We’re usually here, so if you want to come on one of our normally closed days, please call first to make sure. We might be running errands or tending to farm business, and if that’s the case we’ll work on scheduling something that works for all of us.
Our team is always here on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 9 AM to 4 PM – so no need to call on those days. But on the other days, we might not have enough help to handle the entire tree cutting, shaking, bagging and loading process.
If you need to contact us, the number is 609-457-4691.
We had a beautiful snowfall last week, but it only lasted one day! Overnight, the temperatures climbed into the 40’s and by morning there was nothing left.
The Christmas trees and the rest of the farm looked like a winter wonderland for such a short time that I’m glad I captured a few pictures!
Here are a few pictures from our November snowstorm!
We are now open for the season – right now is a great time to tag your tree!
The weather is still mild and you’ll avoid the wait by calling ahead when your ready for it.
After we cut your tree, it’s shaken and then wrapped in a net to make it easy to transport and get into your house.
Checking out the measuring stick!
Every year people ask if they can bring their furry, four-legged family members to the farm. The answer is a definite yes, but we have a few rules:
- Please keep your four legged family member(s) on a leash at all times. I know it’s hard to believe, but not everyone appreciates dogs as much as we do :-).
- Please bring along your own tools for cleaning up any ‘presents’ they might leave behind.
- Please clean up any ‘presents’ right away.
Following these guidelines will keep the farm a safe and clean environment for everyone to enjoy.
NanNuks professional head shot from last year. Our friends at Estrella Films did a great job!
We’re excited to announce our first annual pictures with Santa event. Our friends at Digital Danro Photography will be here on November 10, 2018 from noon until 4 PM taking pictures with Santa with a beautiful backdrop of Christmas trees!
- Cost: $5 for a digital picture.
- Come by yourself, bring your family, bring your four-legged family members (on a leash of course).
- No appointment necessary – pictures will be taken in the order of arrival.
- Anyone can participate – you don’t need to purchase a tree.
- We’ll be offering a $5 discount off the price of a tree if you decide to tag that day.
Pictures With Santa!
March turned out to be a great month for NanNuk. We had several substantial snow storms and he couldn’t be happier!
Here are a few pictures!
Someone is enjoying his time in the snow!
Even though the road is clear, NanNuk has to walk on the snow!
NanNuk is checking out the ice on the trees.