Rinas Christmas Trees
We did not have alot of marketable trees starting into this year.
We want to get this message out early so that people have enough time to make alternative weekend plans.
We regret closing early. We hope to be a better farm
next year as a result of this early closing.
DEC 4th 4:30 pm
Special Note: The Farm will not be selling precut Fraser Fir this year, 2019.
This year we have White Pine, Scot's Pine, some Serbian Spruce, Concolour Fir
and a few Balsam Fir.
We do not have a large number of trees for this season and will
almost certainly be closing early.
The ice storm may have made the closing decision for us!!
As you enter our farm you are driving down one of the Westover Drumlins left by the glaciers some 15,000 years ago. The thin soils over the dolomitic limestone have proven unsuitable for ploughing but ideal for growing trees. We used to have beef and dairy cattle. Then in 1979 we started planting Christmas Trees.
For a great family outing one can harvest a tree from one of seven different fields of trees.
Christine Grace Photography
On weekends we have a hay wagon that is constantly making its way around to the edge of each field. You can bring your tree back to your car using this wagon or just go along for the ride.
We also have Ruth's Warm-up Shelter where on weekends, hot cider is available.
Heinz The Reindeer Maker
Cash only please.
We have the tapered drill required for anyone that needs to drill their tree stump
to fit a tapered spike tree stand.
GPS coordinates N43°19'394 W080°08'121
Google Maps Coordinates 43.325223, -80.135241
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CITY.......Rockton ON STREET......... Sixth Concession W HOUSE NUMBER.........1762
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CITY.....Hamilton Ontario HOUSE NUMBER..........1762 STREET.........Concession 6 W
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Map from Hamilton, Dundas and Burlington
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We can be reached at 519 621-1438
or Email : email@example.com