Though we grow and sell pumpkins and Christmas trees,
there’s one thing we’re mainly about at Cross Timbers.
Making memories!

We work hard at providing families a traditional experience when they arrive at the farm.

You’ll step back in time at Cross Timbers to
a nostalgic 1940’s era Christmas Tree and Pumpkin Farm.

During Pumpkin Patch, which begins the last weekend in September, you can choose your pumpkins off the displays or pick them from the patch.

During the Christmas season, which begins the Friday after Thanksgiving, you can choose your tree from the old fashioned tree lot or
cut your tree from the field.

There’ll be music, cider, pumpkins, corn stalks, straw bales, scarecrows, the barrel train ride through the trees, corn pit, haystack slide and the animals.

Christmas trees, wreaths, swags, garland, hot chocolate
and chestnuts to roast on an open fire.

We’ll be here, year after year, to help you with your family traditions.

We’ll be here for you and your children.
And, some day, for your children’s children.

That’s why we do what we do!
So, come see us at the farm, Where Memories are Made.

We’ve sold completely out of pumpkins and the Pumpkin Patch is
Closed for the season!

Thank you all for allowing us to help you with your Fall memories and traditions. That’s why we’re here! Hope to see each of you at Christmas season!

Christmas Season begins Friday, November 26th at 10:00am.
Normal Season Hours:
Saturdays – 10:00am to 8:00pm
Sundays – 1:00pm to 8:00pm
Monday thru Friday – 4:00pm to 8:00pm

Choose & Cut your tree from the field

or pick a pre-cut tree from the tree lot
while you enjoy hot chocolate or warm cider.
Also, available this year, chestnuts for purchase by the bag or to roast on our open fire.

Children can enjoy a Barrel Train Ride through the trees and pet the animals in the Petting Zoo!

Products: Tree Stands, Tree Watering Funnels, Tree Disposal Bags, Tree Preservative and Christmas Decor.

Fresh wreaths, garland and swags!

Tree species available this year:
Fraser Fir, Balsam Fir, Douglas Fir, Noble Fir, Nordman Fir
and Virginia Pine!
Sizes 3 feet to 12 feet

Photographers – Book Your Mini with Us!

Photos with the 1950 Chevy Truck

Photos with the 1949 Farmall Tractor
Photos in the Tree Field
Photos at the Stable