Christmas is Coming!

The 2018 Christmas season is right around the corner and we are getting ready for our biggest year ever. Here’s what we’re working on.

Benefit Weekend, Saturday and Sunday, November 17 & 18, 2018.

We open each morning at 10 AM. Come “Make and Take,” a wreath or grave blanket and benefit New Jersey Farmers Against Hunger (NJFAH.) The $25.00 fee to “Make and Take” a Wreath or Grave Blanket includes all fresh greens and frames, ribbon, decorations, etc. and a professional designer to help you make your own. Fifteen dollars, or more, is donated to NJFAH

Perfect Christmas Tree Farm donates $5.00 for every tree sold that weekend to NJFAH.

Benefit Weekend:

  • Open Fields to choose and harvest your Christmas tree
  • Mrs. Claus tells stories and plays games. Free gifts and refreshments. Photo opportunities. Make memories.
  • Christmas Store Open
  • Hayrides

Grand Opening Weekend:

  • Black Friday, November 23, 2018
  • Open 7 days a week
  • Monday-Saturday, 10 am to 8 pm

Sunday, 10 am to 6 pm

Season Saturday & Sunday Features:

  • Mrs. Claus & free gifts and refreshments
  • Christmas Store
  • Hayrides

SEASON CLOSE:

Sunday, December 23, 2018

Contact Us

The farm is tucked away from the crowds and congestion of busy US 22 but has a convenient entrance and parking at 999 US Highway 22, Lopatcong Township, Phillipsburg, NJ.
GPS may try to take you off US Route 57, under a railroad trestle, around a dangerous curve onto our property. Safer to approach the farm from the westbound lane of US Highway 22. Look for the large Perfect Christmas Tree Farm sign in the westbound lane.

Earth Day Celebration

4-17-10   Earth Day at Perfect Christmas Tree Farm       (l-r) Bobby Saccaro, 5, from Phillipsburg; Joey Palumbo, 2, from Phillipsburg; and Mia Latif, 4, from Stewartsville, get a close up view of earthworms through a magnifying glass. Carmen Pirotte, from Stewarstville, was on hand to teach all about worms.        photo by Cathy Miller
4-17-10 Earth Day at Perfect Christmas Tree Farm (l-r) Bobby Saccaro, 5, from Phillipsburg; Joey Palumbo, 2, from Phillipsburg; and Mia Latif, 4, from Stewartsville, get a close up view of earthworms through a magnifying glass. Carmen Pirotte, from Stewarstville, was on hand to teach all about worms. photo by Cathy Miller
Earth Day Celebration Raises Awareness

Lopatcong, March 9, 2010: What to do at a Christmas tree farm in April? Plant trees, of course!

The familiar open green space at Perfect Christmas Tree Farm, 999 US 22 in Phillipsburg NJ transforms for a one-day Celebration, Earth Day, April 23, 2011. Conifer seedling, ready for planting, are a gift to the first 100 people who come to this 2nd annual event between 10 AM and 3 PM.

The free celebration is designed to raise awareness to Reuse, Recycle and Reduce waste in our community. The plan for the day includes gardening information and planting instruction provided by the Washington Community Garden. Earth science educator Carmen Pirotte is here for the second year to teach about composting. There are children’s crafts reusing everyday wasted materials, hayrides and house tours. An exercise plan of fresh air activities and a Swap Meet to buy sell or trade usable goods are happening all day. There is also continuous showing of the movies “Mad City Chickens, about the benefits of raising a backyard flock and “Flow”, an award winning movie about our drinking water supply. Canine behaviorist Robert Hafer of ‘The Gift of Sunshine’, a 501c-3 non-profit dedicated to helping service dogs will demonstrate positive dog training methods. AKC Canine Good Citizen trials conducted by Jill Wright begin at noon.

There is even an Easter Rabbit and an Easter Egg Hunt and an Earth Day Art Contest.

Local non-profits are encouraged to use this Earth Day Celebration to showcase their activities and as a fund raising event. Area businesses are invited to display and demonstrate their ‘Green’ products and services.

“Earth Day is the perfect time for area businesses to inspire the public with ideas for conserving our resources”, says Cynthia Curtis, co-owner with her husband, farmer, John Curtis. “We support civic organizations such as the Scouts, church groups, service clubs and non- profits by providing a venue for their activities and a place to do service. Anyone interested in participating in the Swap Meet, or as a exhibitor or has a product or idea to put before the public should contact me at Perfect Christmas Tree Farm”, she adds.