Open for the 2012 season - Nov 23rd
Helvetia Christmas Tree Farm will be open for the 2012 season on Friday 23rd November 2012 (the day after Thanksgiving)- We look forward to seeing you!
Enjoy an old-fashioned Christmas on our family farm cut a beautiful fresh tree of your choice browse in the gift shop have a cup of hot cider let the kids roam around and play with the dogs enjoy a spectacular view and much more.
Last Weekend(2012 Season)
Open from 9am to 4pm
Beautiful Nobles and Grands are ready for You to Cut. $40 for 5-7 feet ($3 per foot over 7 ft). We provide saws and lots of assistance. Or this year by popular demand, choose fresh watered pre-cut Nobles and Nordmans from a nearby field. Free tree shaking. Leave the mess here! And baling available for $2.
Kids love the train room featuring several Lego trains whizzing through a variety of layouts. A 1930 O gauge Lionel train set in a village of handmade buildings and collectible figurines. Plus a large Hobby Train continuously chugging past the beautiful hand painted mountain backdrop. Kids may also ride the Helvetia passenger car out to the fields.
An Enchanted Evening
Again this year we are have an Enchanted Evening, with a tractor rides, Christmas carols, roasted marshmallows and chestnuts, hotdrinks, fresh precut trees and Helvetia Tavern burgers. The giftshop will be open to allow you to do some Christmas shopping. Click here to learn more
Choose from our large selection of gift items made from lavender oil produced from our own lavender fields, and lovely handcrafted gifts. Bruce and Linda Turk of Courtyard West, managers of the shop, also, feature a great variety of Christmas ornaments and décor. Fresh wreaths locally crafted are available. You will be helping the needy at the same time as proceeds from the shops benefit children in Africa and babuskas in Ukraine.
Warm up to hot cider, cocoa, or coffee and cookies in our little cafe next to the train room.