About Us

Open December only
Saturdays and Sundays 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
payment by check or cash – no credit/debit cards or electronic payments

For our 2023 season we will open on Saturday December 2nd at 9:00 a.m. Selection is again limited this year, with very few trees over 6' in height. Most of our crop is concolor fir, with a few white spruce and some shorter blue spruce. We expect to be open for two weekends, December 2-3, and December 9-10.

Family owned and operated since 1980, Bob’s Tree farm is a choose and cut Christmas tree farm.
Take a walk around the lot, browse our selection and find your perfect tree.
Tagging is not permitted, you are free to choose any tree in the lot. Hand saws are provided or bring your own.
Bring your freshly cut tree to the baling station where we will bale it and secure it to your vehicle.
Parking is very close to the tree lot. Twine is provided if you prefer to secure it yourself.
Simply ask if you need assistance with cutting or carrying your tree to the baling station.

Same price for any size or variety of tree - $80 (includes sales tax)

peeking from tree
boy in baler


Click on the selections below for descriptions to help make the decision process easier for when you stop by.

Concolor Fir

Also known as the white fir, this western tree is becoming more popular as a Christmas Tree. Long soft blue-green needles, citrus fragrance, and good needle retention.


Douglas Fir

Widespread across the North Western U.S., growing to over 200 feet with soft medium green needles with good needle retention and a rich scent.


Blue Spruce

Native to Colorado, with short, sharp needles that can vary in color from green to turquoise to shiny silver blue. Stiff strong branches and good needle retention.


White Spruce

Excellent for ornaments with short stiff needles that have a blunt tip. Deep green to blue green color and average to good needle retention.


Canaan Fir

Similar to Balsam Fir and Fraser Fir, this hadsome conifer has short, soft, dark green needles. They have excellent needle retention, good fragrance, and stiff branches.


Maple Syrup

Pure Connecticut Maple syrup produced right here on the farm.
$12 a pint and $20 a quart.