plan your visit
SOLD OUT FOR 2022 SEASON
Good Boy Farms opens on Black Friday and welcomes customers Wednesdays thru Sundays until we are sold out for the season.
Pick Your Tree
Customers can opt to either tramp through the fields with a hand saw and pick out their perfect tree, or select from our supply of pre-cut trees next to the netting booth. There will be a tag on each available tree which lists the species, height and price of the tree.
Whichever you choose, bring your tree over to the netting booth where one of our staff will put it through the tree shaker, getting off any bugs or loose needles. We can also net your tree for you for a $3 fee — great for tying trees up on roof racks!
Our staff will bring your freshly shook (and netted, if so chosen) tree to the merchandise shop, where you can peruse our selection of tree stands, live wreaths, décor, and gifts. Don’t forget to take advantage of our 5% military discount (applicable toward trees only)
Stay a While!
After purchasing your items, you can stow your tree in your car or use the twine we supply to tie it to the roof of your vehicle. Then head back to the merch shop, grab some free cider and relax by the fire! Snap some family pictures and make it an outing to remember.
Please note some important details:
We are closed on Mondays and Tuesdays
Please only cut tagged trees, so that our baby trees have time to grow!
Please use provided hand saws only; personal chainsaws and electric saws are not permitted
Customers must tie trees to roof of vehicle; farm staff are not permitted to do so
Pets are not permitted during hours of operation — please leave your furry friends at home or in your vehicle!
Nobles are known for their strong, upward pointing branches — perfect for ornament-hanging. They have great needle retention, but not as much natural fragrance.
Douglas Firs tend to be fuller than Nobles with soft branches, best suited for lightweight decor. The classic Christmas tree.
Norway Spruces are hardy trees with tight needles all the way around sturdy branches.
Grand Firs have soft branches with pine needles that lay flat. Particularly known for their rich fragrance.