Now at the Farm

Reservations needed. Thu-Sun 11-5:30

10-4. Entry fee is a deposit for squash & pumpkins

10-5:30 with reservation; closed Thursday due to weather

Reserve a private ride at our tree farm

10-5:30; Halloween 10-4

Pick 5 Big Pumpkins for $39 or less

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Christmas Trees

Reservations needed for 2020! Read more here

We are excited to be open Christmas trees in 2020, and we will implement many important health and safety protocols that we have been successful at the farm this year. Thank you for your patience as we work on the details. At this time, we plan to use reservations for the weekends and the day after Thanksgiving.  We plan to post information on November 2, and reservations soon afterwards.  We have a wonderful crop of trees this year.  We want everyone to visit, but want to space out guests throughout the season.  If you can visit on a weekday, we highly recommend it.  We will open Candy Cane Hill many afternoons for guests who wish to harvest their own trees. The season begins Saturday, November 21.

For over sixty years, families have been harvesting Christmas trees and creating wonderful memories at Jones Family Farms. Guests are invited to hike among the 200 acres of beautiful Christmas trees to harvest their own or to visit our Homestead Barnyard filled with fresh-cut trees to find the perfect tree for their family’s Christmas celebration.

Also in the Barnyard are our shops filled with wreaths, garland, bows, tree stands, pinecones, Jones Winery Tasting Room, Holiday Gatherings Gift Shop, and Harvest Kitchen Christmas Canteen.

A Small Tale...

Fourth generation Philip Jones planted evergreen seedlings on the farm as part of a 4-H forestry project in 1938. Some of these original trees still stand along the edge of the farm, towering 100 feet above today’s Christmas trees.

Be good to the land and the land will be good to you.

Philip James JONES, FARM FOUNDER, 1821-1912