Tag Archives: Camden County
Christmas Tree Farm Visit Tips
For some people, visiting a Christmas tree farm for the first time can be confusing. What do we do? What’s it like there? Here are a few tips for a fun Christmas tree farm experience: Make sure you dress appropriately … Continue reading
Seven More Days
There’s only seven more days until Christmas – whew, no pressure! We still have plenty of Douglas Fir, Concolor Fir, and Norway Spruce Christmas trees – if you’d like to visit the farm on a day we’re not normally open … Continue reading
Another Snowy Weekend
What a beautiful day on the Christmas tree farm today. We had another snow storm overnight that brought 2 to 3 more inches of fluffy snow and NanNuk is in his glory! We still have plenty of Douglas Fir, Concolor … Continue reading
Yes, We Have Trees
While we wait for the first snowstorm of the season, I want to take a few minutes to give you an update about what’s been happening at White Dog Christmas Tee Farms. We’ve had a lot of new folks visit … Continue reading
The NanNuk Story
NanNuk is now six years old, and he’s a great dog for the Christmas tree farm. We adopted him three years ago, when he was three years old. His family had to give him up due to a work-related relocation. … Continue reading
How Does It Work?
If you’ve never been to a pick your own Christmas Tree Farm before, you might not know what to expect! You can tag your Christmas tree and pick it up at a later time, or you can choose it and … Continue reading
Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday. Today is a beautiful day on the farm – frosty morning leading to a bright and sunny day! Wanted to share a link to a short video showing a few photos around the … Continue reading
No Shortage of Trees Here!
We were watching Good Morning America after our patrol this morning when a segment about Christmas Trees came on. There were talking about how there’s a shortage of trees this year because a lot of farms closed during the recession. … Continue reading
One of our popular items are the cross shaped wreaths. Many people use these instead of a traditional grave blanket that lays flat on the ground. These have a stake built into the frame so that they can stand up … Continue reading
Wreaths and Grave Blankets Are Ready
Beautiful but windy day today, perfect for decorating in the barn!