We open on November 23 (the day after Thanksgiving) for the 2018 season!
Start your family Christmas tradition with us!
We offer a selection of cut-your-own Christmas trees, including blue spruce, Norway spruce, white spruce, Canaan fir and Douglas fir trees, all grown at our Christmas tree farms in Howard County. We also have fresh-cut Fraser fir and Douglas fir for your convenience.
In addition to Christmas trees, we sell beautiful poinsettias raised in our greenhouses. We also have fresh wreaths and pine roping for decorating, as well as locally made crafts in our Christmas shop. There is a train display at both locations, plus plenty of hot cocoa and hot cider!
This is a real Christmas experience for your family. There’s nothing that compares to getting outside, finding and cutting a tree, and warming up with some hot cocoa in the Christmas shop. This is what holiday memories are all about.
Start your own Christmas tradition at our Howard County Christmas tree farm!
Thank you and Merry Christmas!
The Healey Family
Click here for pricing. (For your convenience, please note that we accept cash, checks and credit cards.)
*MAKE A MEMORY!* Hay rides will be offered at our Woodbine location and local favorite C.J.’s Pit Beef will be available starting Thanksgiving weekend and weekends in December! (Weather permitting.)
• Our choose-and-cut Christmas tree farm has two locations in Cooksville and Woodbine in western Howard County, both near the intersection of Routes 97 and 144 and convenient to I-70.
• Leashed pets are welcome. Woof! Woof!
• Restrooms are available.
• Saws and twine are available for your use at no charge. Also, there is free shaking and baling of trees that makes them easier to get home.
Cooksville field (NOW CLOSED FOR 2017 SEASON)
14098 Reps Road (off Monticello Drive), Cooksville, MD
Cooksville hours: Saturday & Sunday 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
15097 Frederick Road, Woodbine, MD
Woodbine hours: Monday through Friday 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
(Please note that the choose-and-cut field is open until dusk, but fresh-cut trees are in a lighted area open until closing time.)
~ In memoriam Marianne Healey ~