Pauley’s Christmas Tree Farm is a 12 acre farm located in Braceville, Ohio on Benedict-Leavittsburg Road.
Opening day is Black Friday 2012! Roughly 200 fully grown trees will be available to cut. Precut trees will also be available the following weekend.
My tree farm continues a family tradition started by my Grandfather.
He had a Christmas tree farm on his property. Grandpa sold trees mostly to family and friends. The memories of his tree farm turned into my own dream to own a Christmas tree farm. One day in 2004 I decided to make my dream a reality.
The business has taken 8 years of planning. The first trees were planted in 2004 by myself and a few good friends. It was a learning experience! We lost almost 50% of the trees the first year from inexperience and the deer population.
The first 6 acres took 4 years to plant. Then I bought another 6 acres in 2009. The farm now has 6500 trees. The varieties of Christmas trees on the farm are Frasier Firs, Blue Spruce, White Spruce and Scotch Pine.
The main building was built in 2008 and designed for two purposes. It stores the equipment and also offers a warming room for the family to gather in after cutting down their tree. The room is complete with a pellet stove and offers free cider and hot chocolate.