Tips and Other Info

  • Dress appropriately for your outing.  The weather during the season can be cold, wet, or snowy.  Coats, mittens, boots, hats and/or umbrellas are highly recommended.  Something to kneel on when you cut your tree is also useful.
  • Take our phone number with you when you search for your tree.  This way you can call us if you have a question or need assistance.


How it works

  • When you arrive at the farm, stop at the green information hut on the left as you enter the driveway or follow signs to The Shed (large grey building) if hut is not occupied.
  • At The Shed check out prices, borrow a saw, get directions to your favorite type of tree, have a complimentary cup of cocoa, cider or coffee or purchase espresso and snacks (espresso weekends only).
  • Walk out on the farm to find the perfect tree & cut it down.  (At this point some may need assistance.  If you do, don't hesitate to call the farm - 360-275-3162)   Note:  Please don't cut the top out of the tree.  Check with our staff and they'll deduct for a long top.
  • Once you have your tree, haul it back to The Shed for measuring, baling & payment (baling incurs a small fee per tree) .
  • If you're having your tree baled, take your tree to the baling machine.  The operator will measure your tree on the baler.  If you're not having your tree baled, ask one of our staff (with a red apron or orange or lime green safety vest) to measure it for you.  Pay at the desk in the front of the shed.
  • Take your tree to your vehicle.  (Twine provided near desk at front of The Shed.)


Bacon's Christmas Tree Farm


Commonly-asked questions

  1. Can we drive?  Yes, we always allow those who require special assistance to drive the property.  For everyone else, we appreciate you walking when the farm is busy.
  2. Can we bring Fido?  Yes, Fido is allowed.  However, Fido must be leashed at all times and well-behaved or may be asked to leave.
  3. What forms of payment do you take?  We take cash, checks and Visa, MasterCard and  American Express.