Welcome to our 2021 Christmas season! This is a long post with answers to many of our frequently asked questions. Please read to the end if you are planning to visit our farm this year.
Until Dec 24: Gift shop, farm store and Candycane Kitchen 7 days/week | Dec 13th: To ensure our tree supply for future years, we have closed the cut your own tree fields for this season. We have a limited supply of pre cut trees available.
The gift shop, farm store and restaurant will be open from November 12 to December 24. Monday to Friday 10 to 5, Saturday & Sunday 9 to 5.
Closing at 2pm on Christmas Eve.
To ensure our tree supply for future years, we have now closed the cut your own tree fields for this season. We have a limited supply of pre cut trees available.
- Reservations are NOT needed to visit the farm.
- We do NOT require vaccination passports since we are a retail business and all our dining is outdoors.
- There is NO entry fee to visit.
- Wheelchair accessible parking, building, washrooms, and wagons.
- There will be NO indoor seating this year. The Candycane Kitchen will be open as take out only with outdoor picnic tables.
- Tractor drawn wagon rides will be running and masks are mandatory. Wait times may be possible but you are welcome to walk to the fields.
- Get more details about all activities at the farm (including photos!).
Shop our online store for your home décor, ornaments and many other items. Pick up is only available on farm.
The farm store will be open for in-person shopping 7 days a week and there will be controlled entrance and exits on busy days. Masks are mandatory.
Please help us to provide you with a more relaxed experience by visiting Monday to Friday to purchase your tree or shop in the farm store.
Historically, the last weekend of November and first two weekends of December are especially busy. If those are the dates you choose to come, there may be wait times involved.
Please check the weather forecast and come prepared to enjoy your day outdoors. Make sure to wear your winter woollies!
Cut your own fields are now closed; only a limited supply of pre-cut trees remain.
We have an excellent selection of Cut Your Own and Pre Cut Christmas trees available. We will NOT be accepting custom tree cutting requests. We provide hand saws at the farm. No chainsaws allowed.
For questions about tree prices, click here.
Santa will visit from 12-2pm
Nov 27 & 28
Dec 4, 11 & 12
Please have your child bring their letter to Santa in an envelope with a return address. We will then send it on to Canada Post so they can receive a response in the mail.
Do trees have to be brought inside and watered right away, or can they be kept outside in the garage for awhile, (how long?)
Hi Charles. Trees can be cut ahead and then stored in a cool, shaded area until you are ready to bring it inside. Just like a cut flower, when you bring it inside, cut about 1″ off the bottom of the trunk so it will open up and absorb water again.
I just called to order a Christmas tree for delivery and found out that Cedar Hill will not be delivering this year. This is unfortunate and we will have to look somewhere else for our tree.
Hi do you still have Fraser Firs available?
Yes, we do still have an excellent selection of Fraser fir trees!
Is the zip line still functioning
Yes, the kids zip line is functioning and ready to be used!
Hello, do you have cedar bunches for sale? I’d like to use it for DIY garland.
Hi Alesia. We sell mixed green bundles which have fir, pine, cedar and curly willow for $38.
Hello! Do we need to bring rope or twine to tie down the tree on our vehicle or do you provide?
Hi Angie. We do provide twine here at the farm.
Many of the local tree farms are closed already, do you still have you cut trees available?
Hi Ursula. Yes we are still open for both cut your own and pre cut trees.
Just checking that you still have a selection of cut your own trees available? We’re planning to come Mon. afternoon, the 13th. Thanks!
Hi Liz. We have had to close the cut your own fields for this season. We do still have a selection of pre cut trees available.
Is sledding still possible past Christmas? Or, do you close up the property to visitors?
We are open until December 24 and then we close for the season.