We have the perfect Christmas tree for your family this year! Come on out to the farm if you have time, if not, visit us at our Christmas Tree lot in town.
Your source for the freshest trees and wreaths in the Shenandoah Valley, visit our peaceful sanctuary in the curves of the Back Creek. We welcome your family to unwind, take a stroll thru the conifer trees and experience the country as never before. Look up to see the bald eagle. Wait for the rabbits to bolt out in front of you. Search for the doe and her fawns in the distance. There’s so much to experience as you search for that perfect Christmas Tree amongst the thousands located here at Clouse’s Pine Hill Farm.
Ron and Roberta Clouse started the Clouse’s Pine Hill Farm in 1977 when they allowed some high schoolers to plant pine trees on their property for a school project. The school project quickly grew to their own field of Scotch and White Pine trees at their home in Cross Junction. The first crop of pines was harvested in 1984 and every year since then a new crop of trees has been harvested. The Clouses purchased a larger farm in 1986 and planted a greater variety of trees. This location now hosts families from across the region as they choose-and-cut from over 15,000 trees. Ron and Roberta operate the farm with the assistance of their son Ryan, wife Mandy and daughters Marissa and Rebekah. Randy, Autumn, and sons Dan and Nathan visit the operation from their home in Texas every Christmas.
Available Christmas Tree Species
Fresh Christmas Wreaths
Clouse’s Pine Hill Farm offers a full range of fresh-cut mixed green Christmas wreaths. Our traditional wreaths come in three sizes with a host of customization options. Buy them for your home, your family members, or corporate gifts. Simply fill out the order form below to get your order started. We’ll follow up with you by phone or email to confirm the details and payment options once we receive your order.
Tree Farm Location
2696 Green Spring Road, Winchester, VA 22603
9am – 5pm Thursday-Sunday
(Starting Friday after Thanksgiving)