Bees and Trees Farm is conveniently situated in beautiful Culpeper County between Rt. 3 and Rt. 29 with a lovely view of the Blue Ridge Mountains!
The trees on our farm were first planted as seedlings in the spring of 2000, and annual planting has continued each year, consequently we have a wide variety of trees at varying heights available for your selection!
Our Christmas shop, "Santa's Hive," is full of homemade ornaments, lights, tree skirts and stockings as well as one-of-a-kind handmade decorations, homemade jewelry, jams, honey, fresh eggs and gifts. In addition to a free cup of our delicious hot cider, we offer homemade baked goods, hot cocoa and individual S'more packets with sticks available for roasting your marshmallows in our stone fire pit with seating that boasts a view of the Blue Ridge Mountains!
A lovely renovated Albany Cutter Sleigh is available for you to climb into and have a Christmas photo taken and afterwords you can play corn hole and be on either the Bees or the Trees team! Weekends are highlighted by wreath and garland demonstrations and Santa and Mrs. Claus will arrive the afternoon of Sunday, December 13th--courtesy of the Virginia State Police Benevolent Fund and donations to this fund are welcome!
Just outside our Christmas shop you can browse through a wide variety of
decorative bows, wreaths and fresh greenery made daily or say hello to our new chickens and goats. Our goats--Ariel, Sebastian and Flounder--love to be petted and fed and welcome affection from little hands and big hands alike!
So bring the whole family, and make your experience at Bees & Trees Farm a family tradition.
- Bow saws available for cutting trees (sorry, no chainsaws allowed!)
- Free shaking of trees to remove old needles
- Free bailing and netting of trees for ease in transporting
- Free twine for tying your tree to your car
- Assistance available if requested
From Fredericksburg: Take Rt. 3 going West. Approximately 10 miles after the intersection of Rt. 3 and Rt. 20 (Wilderness) where Sheetz is located. When Rt. 3 goes from 4 lanes to 2 lanes you are 1 mile from Rt. 669 or Carrico Mills Road. Turn right onto Carrico Mills Road and we are 1.8 miles on the left.
From Warrenton: Take Route 29 heading South. At the traffic light at Alanthus Road (Brandy Station) turn left. Proceed one block to stop sign and turn left. Go approximately one block and bear right crossing the railroad tracks. From railroad tracks go straight on Route 669 (Carrico Mills Road) for approx. 4 miles to the entrance on the right (just after the sharp bend).
Open Wednesday thru Sunday from 10AM to 4 PM
starting the day after Thanksgiving until December 23rd.
Learn more by checking our website and reading our blog!
Bees & Trees Farm ~ Copyright 2014