At Ayers Christmas Tree Farm, we want to provide our customers with the best possible experience.
To help answer any questions you may have before you visit us, we’ve put together a list of the most common questions we receive.
Please take a few moments to browse the list, and if you don’t find the answer you’re looking for, don’t hesitate to contact us.
What are our hours?
Self Serve is open Monday - Friday during day light hours only
Full Service Saturday & Sunday. Saturday 9:00am - 4:00pm, Sunday 10:00am - 4:00pm
What does Self-Serve mean?
Our self-serve model allows you to walk out to our patch and find the perfect tree for your home, without the need for staff assistance. There are no tractor rides, tree wrapping, or food booth, just you and the trees!
We strive to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for all of our customers thorough the whole season.
Our farm is monitored around the clock, but during self-serve we have limited staff available.
What does Full Serve mean?
We provide full service Saturdays and Sundays only, including tractor rides to the patch, a warm fire to keep everyone toasty, a food booth open to satisfy your hunger, and lots of friendly staff to help you find and cut down the perfect tree. We also offer tree wrapping to make sure your tree is ready to go home with you.
What type of trees do we have?
Fraser Fur, Balsam Fur, Scotch Pine, Spruce,
We are dog-friendly, so you can bring your furry friend along to join in on the holiday fun. However, we do ask that all dogs be kept on a leash at all times.
How do we accept payment?
Cash, Debit, or Credit are available
Kindly note, our debit and credit machines run off of LTE, and can cause troubles. We recommend for faster service please bring cash.
Do We offer Tree Wrapping?
Tree wrapping is available, and it is free! We just ask for a Cash donation.
Everyone's generous tree wrapping donations, and other donations, Ayers Tree Farm was able to donate $3800 for the 2022 season. This was the best donation yet!!
$1500 went to St Vincent de Paul
$1500 went to Salvation Army
$800 RVH Neonatal Intensive Care