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10am to 6:30pm Sunday 2pm to 6:30pm
until December 21st
photographer will be
available to shoot
November 28th 12-3p; 29th 3pm-7pm;
30th 1pm-4pm; December 13th & 14th 3pm-8pm
Check out her information:
River Oaks Veterinary
December 13th & 14th
“Santa and S’mores” Join us for a special evening visiting with Santa
Claus and eating real s’mores made over an open fire. The event will
only be open to those who purchase tickets and room is limited. This
will be a family memory for years to come…
Tickets will be $10 per
person in advance and $15 at the door; this year all individuals must
be ticketed at the event.
Family wants to extend West Texas hospitality
to all our friends and neighbors to enjoy our farm. We offer a
special place where families can experience the joy of a working Christmas tree farm.
“As our friends and loyal customers know we are an outdoor
venue. As a result we are at the mercy of the weather, so
please check with us (call or check the Facebook page)
regarding "Special Events". We may have to cancel or
reschedule if necessary! We will be open rain or shine;
however, the events may be affected. Thank you!”
2011, we purchased the tree farm from David and
Amy Scott. We are following in the footsteps of the Scott’s
and keeping this important family tradition available to the public.
We are also adding events as well as a Bed & Breakfast. Our
family welcomes old friends and new to experience the Concho
Christmas Tree Farm.
During the Christmas season you can come out to go on an old
fashion hayride; choose & cut a farm-grown tree; visit the petting
zoo; order a hand-made wreath; or pick out a special item from
the gift store.
Events are being added for year around enjoyment so check
back for more information. In the meantime, experience the
relaxed atmosphere of going to a family farm this Christmas.
And yes, real Christmas trees do grow in West Texas!
The dream of starting a Christmas tree farm in West Texas
began when David and Amy Scott purchased 10 acres near the
South Concho River outside Christoval, Texas. The first seedlings
were planted in January 2002 in the fertile Concho River Valley.
their first selling season in 2005 offering: Choose
& Cut Afghan Pines; pre-cut Frasier Fir pines; a gift shop; and
fresh made wreaths. From then on the Scott’s dream became
a family tradition for tons of families across West Texas.