A Family Experience
 
At Bare Creek Farm it is our goal to provide you and your family with a memorable experience and lasting tradition of finding the perfect tree for your family this Christmas and for many Christmases to come.

 

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Bare Creek Farm will open its gates Friday November 24th from 10am-5pm!

 

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From Our Family To Yours


Weston and Larie Vernon have good memories of picking out a live tree at Christmas as children and have carried that tradition with them since starting their own family. Now they want to extend the opportunity for memory-making to others with a Christmas tree farm on their property.

Bare Creek Farm located at 306 Matlock Old Union Road in Bowling Green, Kentucky offers families not just an opportunity to find their next Christmas Tree, but a chance to enjoy the ambiance of being in the outdoors and starting a family tradition. Your family can browse the wide selection of Fraiser Firs at Bare Creek ranging from six all the way up to nine feet!! While looking for the perfect tree make sure and stop by the bonfire and enjoy a cup of free hot chocolate courtesy of Bare Creek Farm!

We invite you this holiday season to join our family at Bare Creek Farm for a unique tree buying experience. While our trees are still growing we will be selling pre-cut trees this year. Click Here for directions or stop by our Photo Gallery for an up close look at our farm. We look forward to seeing you soon!

What kind of trees are available?


Bare Creek Farm offers pre-cut Fraser fir standing in field for viewing, plus handmade Fraser fir wreaths. Trees are in the process of growing for future seasons. Call or check Facebook for details on a fun-filled weekend with Santa Claus, plus free hot chocolate and hot cider. Kentucky Proud.

Why Buy a Real Tree?


Real Christmas Trees benefit our environment. During their growth, real trees absorb carbon dioxide and other gases and emit fresh oxygen. They also stabilize soil and provide refuge for various wildlife.

For every tree cut down at Christmas, farmers plant between one and three new seedlings. After Christmas, the real tree can and should be recycled.

Research indicates an artificial tree has a lifespan of six to nine years. After that it will spend centuries in a landfill.

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270-202-3328
 
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