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Cut-Your-Own Christmas Trees in Saratoga

From the trolley ride into the Christmas tree fields to your celebratory cup of hot chocolate, we want your experience at Ellms’ Christmas Tree Farm to be one your family remembers. Learn more about what you can expect when you cut-your-own Christmas trees in Saratoga at the Ellms Family Farm.

Christmas Tree Farm Hours

Each year, the Christmas Tree Farm opens on the Friday after Thanksgiving and remains open until right before Christmas.

  • Friday: 11:00am – 4:30pm
  • Saturday: 10:00am – 4:30pm
  • Sunday: 10:00am – 4:30pm
  • Monday: 11:00am – 4:30pm

Arriving at the Christmas Tree Farm

Upon arriving at the farm, follow the signs to the off-road parking area, and proceed to the Greeting Hut for a map and price list. Here, you’ll be able to see samples of our Christmas Tree Varieties, along with descriptions.

What’s Included?

  • Trolley Rides
  • Saws & Tree Carts
  • Tree Shaking & Bailing
  • Tree Drilling
  • Off-Road Parking
  • Hot Cocoa
  • Twine
  • Kids Play Area
  • Photo Ops

Taking the Trolley

Before boarding the trolley, take a moment to browse our handmade holiday wreaths. We’ll be happy to set one aside for you while you head out in search of the perfect tree!

A short trolley ride will take you out to our Christmas tree fields, where you’ll find saws and carts for your use. After choosing your tree, our staff will place it on a trailer behind the trolley, which you will ride back through the woods.

Bringing Your Tree Home

Once back in the main area, our staff will measure and shake your tree. Then they bale it and provide twine to make it easier for you to take home. Drilling is available for those who want it.

For a snack or light lunch, stop by Calla’s Café, where you’ll find it hard to resist our homemade apple cider donuts.

Pre-Cut Christmas Trees

Not interested in taking the trolley? No problem! We have a wide selection of quality fresh pre-cut trees, as well as a field of cut-your-own trees in the main area. Ask for help from anyone with a red apron.