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Live Christmas trees are available throughout the area.

Local Christmas Trees

Visit the Christmas Tree Farmers Association of New York here

Steuben County

Georgia’s Tree Farm
Kim & Peter Cunningham
7190 Bean Station Road 
Prattsburgh, NY
Christmas trees and wreaths, cut your own and fresh cut available. 
Season: Open weekends after Thanksgiving 10:00 – 4:00. 
Direction: Located 1/4 mile off State Route 53 on Bean Station Rd.

Hober Tree Farm
Richard Hober 
Box 577 
2452 County Road 90
Wayland, NY 
Choose and Cut Christmas trees, and wreaths.
Season: Open November – December from Noon – Dark.
Directions: From State Route 21, turn west onto County Road 90.

Oliver’s Tree Farm
Edward C. Oliver 
9080 County Rd 7  
Avoca, NY
Wholesale and retail blue spruce for Christmas trees and ornamentals. Will take orders. 
Directions: Two miles north of village of Avoca on County Road 7.

Pifer’s Christmas Tree Farm
Christmas Trees
Royce Pifer 
6140 County Route 10 
Bath, NY
Trees are sold in the parking lot of the “Dollar’s Worth” store in Bath.
Season: Open in December Noon - 6:00.

Stephens Tree Farm
Richard Stephens 
4420 County Route 61 
Hartsville, NY
Christmas trees-Douglas Fir, Concolor Fir, Blue Spruce, white spruce, wreaths, tree stands, and B&B dug trees.
Season: Open Friday after Thanksgiving – Monday before Christmas from 10:00 – 5:00.
Directions: From State Route 248, turn West onto County Route 28 (Purdy Creek Road), just south of Canisteo turn left onto County Route 61.

Yule Tree Farms
The Stutzman Family 
720 O’Connor Road
Hornell, NY
Balled in burlap evergreens and Christmas trees.
Season: Open March 15 - December 15, Monday – Friday from 8:00 – 5:00.
Directions: From State Route 36, 1 mile South of Arkport, Turn west onto County Road 65 to Doorley Road to O’Connor Road.

NOTE: This list may not be complete and any omissions are not intended. The information given herein is supplied with the understanding that no discrimination is intended and no endorsement by Cornell Cooperative Extension is implied.

Last updated April 9, 2020