For trees 10 feet tall and over, we may not be able to bale them because baling may cause limbs to break.
PLEASE BRING A PICK-UP TRUCK OR A TRAILER!
Circle C Tree Farms cannot be held responsible for damage to your vehicle
if you ask us to put a tree on top of it.
WE LOVE CUSTOMERS WITH TRUCKS or TRAILERS!
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2019 Policy regarding professional photographers ... You may come on the first two weekends we are open (Nov. 16 & 17 and Nov. 23 & 24) but after that, weekdays only. Thank you!
Fun Fact: From seed to harvest, a 7' tall tree is 12-14 years old!
2019 Tree Prices Listed Here
We will open this
Sat. & Sun., Nov. 16 & 17 at
9:30 am and will
close our gates at 4:30 pm
in order to help everyone before dark.
Enjoy complimentary hot chocolate in the Circle C barn while you choose from our selection of wreaths and garland.
Start a new family tradition at Circle C! Even bring the family pet as long as he is on a leash.
Choose and Cut
at Circle C is fun!!
Credit cards are accepted and yes, we do have bathrooms (porta-jons)!
So how does Choose and Cut work?
Upon arriving, visitors are greeted and provided with a tree tag and a measuring pole. Then the search begins. Trees range in size from
4 to 10 feet tall. After a favorite tree is chosen and tagged, one of our friendly staff members will cut the tree and bring it down to the baling area where it is wrapped with netting and loaded on the customer’s vehicle. (Please see note below about larger trees). Visitors can choose from a wide selection of fresh wreaths. Hot chocolate is complimentary.
We also have a special section of freshly pre-cut trees with discounted prices!
Circle C is located off of Bamboo Road at 372 Will Cook Rd in Boone.
For the 2019 season, the farm will first open on November 16 and 17, 9:30 - 4:30 pm. Then after closing for 4 days, we will reopen on Nov. 22 from 9:30 - 4:30. We are then open Mondays through Thursdays, 12 noon – 4:30 pm, and on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 9:30 -4:00 pm. On Thanksgiving day we are open 9:30 - 4:30. December 8 is our last day of the 2019 season.
When you visit the farm remember to dress warmly, wear hiking shoes that you don't mind getting muddy, and keep pets on a leash. Porta-johns are provided and credit cards (other than American Express) are accepted.