*Face masks must be worn at all times in the barn and when social distancing can not be practiced. This includes but is not limited to when you are waiting for a cart, getting your tree bailed or paying for your tree.
*Kids must be within six feet of their parents at all times.
*Please limit the size of your group to less than 10 people.
*Hand sanitizer will be accessible around the farm. We ask for everyone to please utilize this.
*Do not enter the farm if you are feeling sick, have been in contact with someone that has COVID-19 or are waiting on test results.
We also have some important changes to what we are implementing this year.
*We will not be offering our regular hot beverages or food in the barn this year. Food and drinks will be outside and limited to bottle water, sodas, gatorade and some individual bagged snacks.
*With this being said we will only have our wreath shop open in the barn and there will not be tables to sit down at inside. The bathrooms inside will be limited to staff use only. There will be more port-a-potties outside and hand sanitizer stations. This is to reduce the number of people entering the barn and cut down on lines. We will be limiting the number of people inside the barn at all times.
*There will be no access to the playground this year.
*WE WILL BE LIMITING THE CAPACITY ON THE FARM. This is a change that would be made regardless of COVID-19. We will not be allowing cars to wait on Fannie Dorsey Road as this is a safety concern for staff, our customers, emergency personnel and our neighbors. We are urging everyone if you are planning to come on the weekend or Black Friday (especially if you are driving from far away) to please check our Facebook page for updates first as we will be posting there when we are at capacity. You can call if you are looking for an update on how busy the farm is but there is no guarantee we can answer. We recommend for those who it is possible to come during the week.
We recommend checking back here on our Facebook page frequently. Our guidelines for the farm are subject to change as we comply with mandates issued during the COVID-19 pandemic. If you do not see an answer to a question you have please message us so we can provide you will some clarity. If you do not feel comfortable coming to cut down your own tree this year we encourage you to postpone until a time in the future where you feel safe to do so. We appreciate your support and understanding as we strive to create a safe and fun environment during the holiday season. We look forward to seeing many of you this year!