Christmas Trees and Events

Santa is visiting Beartown Tree Farm!

We thought it would be fun way to kick off the holiday season by having Santa visit Beartown Tree Farm!

It wasn't easy but we did it! Santa will be visiting the farm on November 24th and December 1st for family meet and greets!  We hope you will visit us and take your picture with Santa!


Pre-cut tree: $

Choose and Cut tree: $

Wreath: $

Kissing balls:

Ornaments: $

General Store

After you have chosen your tree please visit our general store to warm up and browse our gift stop! 

Types of Christmas Trees

Balsam Fir

 Abies balsamea – ¾” to 1 ½” short, flat, long  lasting needles that are   rounded at the tip; nice, dark green color  with silvery cast and fragrant. Named   for the balsam or resin found in  blisters on bark. Resin is used to make   microscope slides and was  sold like chewing gum; used to treat wounds in Civil   War. 

Fraser Fir

  Abies fraseri – dark green, flattened needles;  ½ to 1 inch long; good   needle retention; nice scent; pyramid-shaped  strong branches which turn upward.  

Canaan Fir

 Abies balsamea var phanerolepis -- uniform,  short ascending branches form  a tightly pyramidal to conical formal  habit; ¾ to 1 ½ -inch long, flat needles  are lustrous dark green above  with white stomatic bands below; dark violet cones  when young, turn  gray-brown at maturity. 

Blue Spruce

  Picea pungens – dark green to powdery blue;  very stiff needles, ¾” to 1   ½” long; good form; will drop needles in a  warm room; symmetrical; but is best   among species for needle  retention; branches are stiff and will support many   heavy decorations. 

Coming Soon!