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Please note the following protocols at Tall Timbers Tree Farm due to the
Before arriving - If anyone in your family has Covid-19 or has
been exposed to the virus before your
planned visit, we kindly ask that you not visit the farm until
you are cleared by your physician.
We ask that you pack a mask for all of your family members. All
customers will be required to wear a
mask to enter a building, to interact with our employees or to ride
on our hay wagons (if available). We
will also require our employees to be masked up to protect you in
There is no practical way for us to verify who is vaccinated. So, to
ensure everyone’s safety, everyone
will need to be masked during these times.
Please remember to dress appropriately for the weather! It can be
rather cold out!
When you arrive at the farm, we respectfully ask that you remember
to keep social distance and wear your
mask when necessary. Even though visiting our tree farm is primarily
an outdoor activity, our farm often
becomes very crowded with people visiting from many different
When you arrive, we will have three areas to which you may
- Coming for a pre-cut tree? Proceed to the tree lot under the
lights where we will have our
- Coming for a wreath or some garland? The big red barn will
have our wreaths and garland.
Coming to have your tree cut in the field? Head to our
Welcome Area, to the left of the barn,
will go for directions for selecting your tree.
How do I find, choose, and cut my tree?
We strongly encourage you to walk out to the field to choose your
tree this year. This will prevent
heavy congregating of customers and promote social distancing. Signs
will be posted in the fields and
the greeter will send you in the correct direction. We will have a
map on our website that you may
follow on your smartphone. You will be assisted out in the field by
our employees, who will cut down
your tree for you and help you with your tree identification tag.
You may then walk back to the barn
while our employees bring your tree back for you.
We may have very limited hay rides this
year, depending upon employee
availability. If you are able to
walk, we encourage you to leave the hayrides for those with more
challenges. If you are on a hayride,
you will need to wear your mask.
- To pay for your tree this year, we ask that you come to our gift
shop and pay through the window. You
may pay by cash or credit card. We request that only one person from
your family stand in line to pay to
reduce the number of people in line. There will be a $2 fee for
credit card transactions.
The wreath barn will be open with wreaths and garland. We
respectfully ask that you please wear a mask
in the barn and observe social distancing.
Gift Shop - Regretfully, at this time our plans are to have
the gift shop closed on the weekends again
this season. We do apologize to those who are disappointed. There
doesn’t seem to be a way that we can
practically handle the volume of customers that we see in the gift
shop on the weekends and balance that
with public safety.
At the time of this writing, our plan is to have the gift shop open
on the weekdays (Monday through
Friday) after Thanksgiving weekend, with a limited capacity of
customers. That means that if the gift
shop becomes too busy on a weekday afternoon, you may be asked to
wait before entering.
All persons entering the gift shop will be required to wear a mask
that covers both their mouth and
Please note that these plans may change without prior notice-
whether we loosen or tighten our plan
for opening the gift shop. Please call us at the gift shop at
269-463-5750 with any questions that
you may have.
Please be sure to bring:
Warm boots, coats, hats & mittens
Your PPE- masks for all
Your patience- things may take a little longer this year to keep us
Please remember that this is a fluid and ever changing situation for
us and all items are subject to
We thank you in advance for helping us keep all of our customers and
employees safe. We ALL look forward
to a happy, healthy Christmas season.