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Excellent Choose and Cut Christmas Trees and Gift Shop


Over 20,000 Balsam, Fraser, Blue and White Spruce, Canaan and Concolor firs on our Award Winning Christmas Tree Farm. All trees guaranteed. Saws, tree carts and netting provided. Gift Shop Items Include (but not limited to): Wreaths, Swags, Roping, Kissing Balls, Unique Ornaments, Tree Accessories and Logo Hats.
           

All Trees One Price Sixty Five Dollars. Major Credit Cards are accepted. We are easily accessible from Interstates 95, 495 and Rte 101 (see Contact Page: "How to Find Us" OR Driving Directions for Printable Map) Fields Close at 4pm. A Family Tradition for Generations.**Sorry, No Dogs Allowed**


                                       2014 Tagging Dates and Times:
                      Saturday Oct 18 & Sunday Oct 19 12pm - 4pm
                      Saturday Oct 25 & Sunday Oct 26 12pm - 4pm

                                      2014 Cutting Dates and Times:
                           OPEN FRIDAY NOVEMBER 28 10AM - 4PM
                               November 29 through December 21
                               Saturdays & Sundays 10am - 4pm
                Closed Monday - Friday (except Friday November 28)

Post cards have gone out in the mail, you should receive them but do not need them to cut a tree.

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                                     161 Main Avenue
                                                  Route 107A
                                    South Hampton, NH  03827
                                         Phone: 603-394-7520
                                           Fax: 603-394-7056
                                       Toll Free: 888-522-7520
                                 Email: indianhillfarm@live.com


 Liz Hoyt shared this picture of Mo peaking through the trees in our fields.

                         Lumberjack visits since 10/1/2000