Some Frequently Asked Questions and our Answers.
Have a question about Hunt’s Christmas Trees? We have gathered some questions we often get asked and grouped them below with their answers. Please explore below, and feel free to contact us for anything else you need.
Saturday, October 1st
Saturday, November 19th
Hours & Accessibility
There is no admission fee to visit the farm during the Fall Event or during the Christmas season.
Yes, parking is free.
We do our best at Hunt’s Christmas Trees to make it as accessible for everyone as possible. Due to it being a working farm, that has its challenges. The pre-cut trees are handicap accessible. For access to trees in the field please call ahead and we will do our best to accommodate you. We like to remind our guests to please watch for the uneven ground, stumps, holes, etc.
The tagging season begins October 1st. Starting then, during daylight hours you may visit the farm to reserve or “tag” your Christmas tree. The tagging booth is next to the parking lot and has the details posted.
The 2021 sales season begins November 20th and will run through December 23rd (or when the last of the trees are sold, whichever comes first).
Regular Season Hours
- Sundays – Thursdays: Noon – 5pm
- Fridays: Noon – 7pm
- Saturday: 8am – 5pm
- Thanksgiving: Closed
- Black Friday: 8am – 7pm
While at the Farm
We provide hand saws. You may bring your own hand saw or electric saw to cut down your tree. For safety reasons we do not allow guests to bring gasoline powered tools.
We accept cash, check and credit cards (Mastercard, Visa, Discover).
Absolutely! We love when you bring your four-legged family members! We just ask that pets are leashed, cleaned up after, and not brought into the gift shop.
A portable bathroom is in the parking area.
No, the only trees that are available for tagging and purchase are the ones that have price tags on them. Trees without price tags will be available in future years
We do sell live potted trees. Please contact us for the most up-to-date inventory. Be sure to ask about the care of your live tree when you purchase it. Live trees should not be indoors for more than 2 weeks.
Real Christmas trees are 100% renewable and recyclable! We offer free tree recycling from Christmas until March 1. The drop off is next to the parking lot, during daylight hours, no appointment needed. We shred, compost, and spread the trees over our new tree fields before planting the seedlings. This is just one great way to give your Christmas tree a purposeful second life!
We do not.
Yes, our staff are more than happy to help secure your Christmas tree to your vehicle.
When you come to the farm to tag or purchase your tree, you are welcome to take pictures of your family.
There are fees for professional photography sessions. If you are working with a professional photographer, please have them visit our page for details.
We are active on social media and love seeing your memories from the farm. We would love for you to follow, tag & check-in on Facebook and Instagram. Our hashtag is #huntschristmastreefarm!