Our 2017 Season Update

Christmas wreathThe start of our 2017 season is less than one month away. Here are some of the highlights to look forward to:

November 12 to 17 we will be open for shopping, wreaths, snacks and hot drinks. Come early for the best selection and to get a head start on your Christmas shopping.

November 18 to December 24 we are open for shopping, wreaths, choose and cut trees as well as pre cut trees.

Our restaurant Cafe Claus will open with our full menu of homemade food featuring chili, peameal bacon on a bun, soups, butter tarts, brownies and much more.

Special Events for 2016

Snowman at Cedar HillAs long as our snow stays, our sliding hill at Cedar Hill Christmas Tree Farm is open! Other special events this 2016 season include:

  • December 3 – Horse drawn sleigh rides 10am to 3pm
  • December 4 – Horse drawn sleigh rides 10am to 3pm | Come meet Santa 11am to 2pm
  • December 10 – Fire prevention day with Mississippi Mills Fire Department
  • December 11 – Horse drawn sleigh rides 10am to 3pm |¬† Come meet Santa noon to 2pm

Welcome Pamela, Grant, and boys!

Pam and Grant MartinA year has flown by and Paul, Devon, and I want to welcome the new owners of our farm. Pam, Grant, Todd, Neil, Adam, and Graham are now officially the new Christmas tree farmers at Cedar Hill.

Paul and I have moved to Almonte and are enjoying this lovely little town. Pam and Grant have been very involved in getting ready for the 2016 Christmas season.

The trees are looking beautiful and Christmas giftware is arriving shortly. Hannah, Levi, and Mara have been pruning with Paul. We have kept a good supply of Popsicles in the shop freezer…a great treat at the end of a hot day.

The Christmas shop will be opening in just three months with with wonderful decorations and fresh green wreaths.

We welcome farmers from the Netherlands

Tour group from the NetherlandsWe were pleased to host a tour with farmers from the Netherlands today for two reasons. First, we enjoy every opportunity to show our beautiful Christmas tree farm to visitors…a great way to promote our “Grown in The Ottawa Valley” business.

The second reason is very personal. I enjoyed using my Dutch to welcome and speak with this wonderful enthusiastic group. Yes, it was a little rusty and peppered with some Canadian words, but it was OK!

The next stop will be our neighbours at Fulton’s Pancake House and Sugar Bush for a tour and delicious lunch.