We invite you and your family to walk through our farm and enjoy the relaxed atmosphere selecting the perfect tree for you and your family creating a memorable family experience.
Upon arrival at our farm you will be greeted and we will provide you with a saw and tree cart for ease of bringing your tree in from the fields. Sorry no chainsaws allowed; but you are welcome to bring a cordless reciprocating saw.
Balsam Fir: A fragrant balsam scent; it is known as the traditional Christmas Tree.
Fraser Fir: The combination of form, needle retention, dark blue-green color and pleasant scent have made this tree very popular.
Balsam/Fraser Hybrid: This is a cross between the Balsam Fir and Fraser fir. This tree combines the qualities of both balsam and fraser fir; producing a beautifully shaped tree, excellent needle retention and the fragrance of the Balsam Fir.
For the convenience of our customers, we offer a selection of pre-cut trees. For those who want a fresh tree but are unable to go into the fields themselves. These trees are cut on a regular basis to provide you with the freshest tree possible.
Once you have selected your tree, proceed to our gift shop for checkout. At that time; your tree will be drilled and netted for its safe delivery home. On weekends enjoy a complimentary cup of hot chocolate. Free coloring book and candy canes always available for the kids.
Bracted Balsam: A unique seed source from Nova Scotia (exotic).
Balsam Ridge Christmas Tree Farm has participated in the Trees for Troops campaign. Through the efforts of participating growers and FedEx this program provides trees to military personnel and their families. Trees are shipped via FedEx and delivered to Fort Drum. Donations are welcomed to support our military.
Use these tips to keep your Real Christmas Tree safe, alive with a fresh pine scent and providing beauty throughout the holiday season:
Select the freshest-looking Real Tree available. To test for freshness, gently grasp a branch between your thumb and forefinger and pull it toward you. Very few needles should come off in your hand. Shake or bounce the tree on its stump. You should not see an excessive amount of green needles fall to the ground. Some loss of interior brown needles is normal.