FAQ’s At Bare Creek Farm


When is opening day? This is a short season. Only four weekends. We will be opening Black Friday.

Hours this year
Black Friday 9-5pm
Saturdays 9-5pm
Sundays 12-5pm

During the week. Call/ Text 270-202-3328 to schedule a private time in the afternoon to choose a tree.

Do you have trees ready to cut down? Not at this time. Our little trees continue to grow. At this time, we only provide PREMIUM pre-cut Christmas trees and hand-made wreaths.

What does ‘Premium’ mean? This describes the tree’s overall grade in comparison to other trees. A premium tree is the very best tree a grower has in the field. Most trees sold at the local stores here in town are considered the lowest grade tree in the field. We will always provide you with the very best selection here at Bare Creek Farm.

Form of payment? Due to COVID, we prefer you pay with a card. We will accept cash though. Sorry, at this time we will NOT be accepting CHECKS.

Will there be hot chocolate? Yes, we will provide free hot chocolate:)

Will there be a fire to keep me warm? We have not made a final decision on this due the current situation we all are facing in regards to COVID. We want to make sure that everyone is safe while here at our farm.

Can we plan a photography session at the farm? Yes, please message us and we will set up a time for you and your family to do photo sessions.

Does it cost anything? It is $25 per hour to do any photography session here at the farm. This will need to be scheduled at an earlier date and pre-paid or paid the day of the session.

What if we just want to snap a picture with our phone of the family after shopping for a tree? We encourage all families to take a picture to record these special moments!

Can we bring our pet? You may bring your pet, however, it must stay on a leash at ALL times and you must be respectful of our other customers in regards to their experience. Please be mindful of others. Thanks.

Will Santa be visiting the farm? Unfortunately, Santa will not be making an appearance here at the farm this year.

On a side note, we have always had the best Santa and his wife come to the farm. This past year we lost Dennis Jones (Santa) to cancer. His spirit and his smile will forever be remembered here at our farm. We are mindful of Janis during this holiday season. We loved Dennis and are thankful for all the memories here at the farm.

Love, The Vernon family

Feel free to message us with any other questions.