Christmas Tree Season 2022 has come to an end.
We are sold out of trees for this year.

Thank you, to all our faithful customers!
We pray you have a safe, healthy and happy Christmas
and a blessed new year in 2023!

Hope to see you at
Pumpkin Patch beginning the last Saturday in September,

and again next Christmas season beginning the Friday after Thanksgiving.

We accept all major credit cards.

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.

Sunflower Patch Opens for photography first week in July.
Follow the Photography Link on this page to book sessions.
Pumpkin Patch Opens the last Saturday in September.
Christmas Season Opens on the Friday after Thanksgiving.

Photographers – Book Your Mini with Us!

For the most up to date information about photography at the farm visit our Photographers Group on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/groups/383034209266199

The Booking Site link can be found there as well.

Christmas photos with Ol’ Red

Fall photos with Ol’ Red
Photos in the Tree Field
Christmas photos at the Stable

Fall photos at the Stable

Photos with the ’49 Farmall and Christmas Trees

Fall photos with the ’49 Farmall Tractor

Summer photos in the Sunflower Patch