Open Hours for 2023. We will be open only for tagging & cutting trees for customers on our current email list only!
We also will be open for wreath making classes and will be making fresh wreaths available by contacting us by email.
DISCOVER THE MAGIC
OF OUR FARM
Welcome to Miller's Family Farm. Come and Explore the Christmas Tree Farm, Mums, Annuals and More.
ABOUT OUR FARM
At Miller's Family Farm, we believe in the power of nature. Come and experience the joy of picking your own Christmas tree, making your own wreath or purchase ready made wreaths.
We pride ourselves on providing a memorable and educational experience for all ages.
History of our farm
From what we found, it was once a chicken and pig farm, started back in the 1920s. Our farm was part of another parcel of land (still there) on Paine Road. Our farm did not have road frontage on Allen Ave until the 1960s, the frontage was Paine Road. Then came Route 295, which split the entire parcel into two. Our farm became a separate parcel when Route 295 was built. The state, created a right-of-way from Allen Ave to enter the farm. The road you enter on, along the side of RT 295, is still being used today. In the early 1980s, the Christmas tree farm took (may we say) seed. Over the years, the previous owner cleared land and planted thousands of trees. In 2012, we purchased the farm and have since replanted hundreds of trees as they sell. We have included growing spring annuals & vegetables in our greenhouse for resale, growing Christmas Trees, and providing wreaths for our customers.
Our Mission: We believe that each day, we commit to do our best, practice honesty, produce products for our community, be good stewards of this land, and preserve this land for wildlife and from being developed. We have succeeded in keeping the green open space. While there is a lot of talk about our climate and greenhouse gases, and as many developments cut down trees, we plant trees. A benefit to the atmosphere, real Christmas trees absorb carbon dioxide and other gases, emitting fresh oxygen. This helps prevent the earth-warming from “greenhouse effect”. One acre of Christmas trees produces the daily oxygen requirement for 18 people. With approximately one million acres producing Christmas trees in the United States, enough oxygen for about 18 million people is produced!
When you choose us, know that you will be receiving a quality product produced with care.
From the Miller family to yours, we wish you the happiest and healthiest of holidays and look forward to seeing you again at Miller's Family Farm.
Fall and Christmas photography.
Professional photographer required by appointment in the months of October, November and December