Ticonderoga Farms in Chantilly, Virginia holds an annual Winter Christmas Festival including Breakfast with Santa, hayrides and a wide variety of farm attractions for the whole family. The family owned and operated farm has been selling Christmas trees since 1960. Today, visitors can enjoy a day of family fun on the farm while preparing for the holiday season. The farm market offers decorative items such as wreaths, fresh garland roping, greens, pine cones, and holly, as well as fire wood, local honey, and other gift items. Ticonderoga Farms holds festivals in spring, summer, autumn, and winter. See Photos of Ticonderoga Farms.
Dates and Times
November 23 – December 16, 2012 (Weekends only)
9 a.m.-5 p.m. Gates close at 4 p.m.
26469 Ticonderoga Road, Chantilly, Virginia.
The farm is located off of State Route 659.
$5.95 - includes hayrides to the white pine fields with access to all of the farm attractions. Fire pits are keep visitors warm and are available to make s’mores or roast hot dogs. If you are only purchasing a Christmas tree, no admission is required.
The following varieties are for sale: Weymouth Pine, White Pine, Scotch Pine, Red Cedar, Leyland Cypress, Norway Spruce, and Fraser Fir.
Farm Activities (weather permitting)
Ponds, Swings, Fire Pits, Tire Play, Hay Forts, Noah's Ark, Log Cabins, Tetherballs, Historic Wishing Well, Historic Ruins, Hillside Slides, Hand Water Pump, Free Range Chickens, Petting Farm Animals, Indian Tee Pee Village, Giant Bamboo Xylophone, Panda Puzzle Bamboo Maze, Swinging Bridge, Antique Fire Truck, Tractors & Machinery, S'mores Roasting, Rolling Tunnels and Teeter Totters.