To make sure the whole family has an enjoyable visit, please be sure to dress appropriately for the weather. Even on a dry day, the grass and trees can be damp in November and December.
Waterproof boots or shoes will keep everyone's feet warm and dry. Warm gloves / mittens will also help to keep everyone's hands warm.
We will have signs directing you to the specific type of Christmas tree you are looking for, or you can just wander through the farm until the perfect Christmas tree catches your family's eye.
While you are wandering through the fields, damaged trees may be seen due to bull elk and buck deer rubbing velvet from their antlers. These trees are left in the field to encourage them to return to the same tree that has already been used as a scratching post.