2022 Opening Dates
Sat & Sun, November 19 & 20
12:00 to 4:00
Closed through Thanksgiving
Fri, November 25 at 9:00am
Fri, December 23 for the season
Weekends 9:00am - 4:30pm
Wed - Fri 12:00 - 4:30pm
Closed Monday & Tuesday
Your Tree... Your Choice
All cut-your-own trees regardless
of height are $68 plus tax.
Trees up to 8 1/2 ft. are available.
Our own fresh pre-cut and tabletop trees are individually priced.
Tree baling $2.
Our hand-made wreaths
and maple products are
priced as marked.
We accept cash, check, MasterCard, Visa, Discover
You may hike to the North Pole where Christmas trees and spectacular views of Mt. Monadnock await you. While Santa’s workshop is not visible, you will discover a field of over 10,000 Balsam and Fraser Christmas trees of varying sizes.
"It was the first time for my family. It was magical!! If I had to pin down my favorite part, it would be walking up to the North Pole. The view up there is spectacular!!" Courtney
You may stay closer to home to select your Christmas tree from a field of over 6,000 Balsam, Concolor, Fraser, and Blue Spruce of various heights. It is here you will come upon a variety of Christmas characters to enhance the experience of finding your tree.
“This was our second year purchasing a tree from Cranston’s. The experience of walking the beautiful tree farm and being in such a natural setting is wonderful! Everyone in the Cranston family is cheerful, helpful and very Christmassy. What an all-around delight and memorable experience!” Joanne
No matter which tree speaks to you or whether your adventure takes you to the North Pole or close by, our hope is that your choose and cut experience will create your own unique memories and traditions.
Balsam Fir is a very aromatic soft, short-needled, green conifer. Concolor Fir with its citrus fragrance is a soft, medium needled, bluish-green tree. Fraser Fir is a soft, short-needled, dark green conifer. Blue Spruce is a sharp, short-needled blue-green tree.
• 2021 Winner --- "Best place to get a Christmas tree in Franklin County” and reserve Grand Champion at “The Big E.”
• 2020 Massachusetts State Winner — “50 Best Christmas Tree Farms in every state in America” — Pioneer Woman Magazine
• Past Winner of the National Christmas Tree Contest — we were proud to present a 12 ft. Balsam Fir Christmas tree to the residence of the Vice President of the United States.
• Triple Crown Winner (1st place in fir, pine, and spruce) at "The Big E" Christmas tree competition.
While we enjoy the competitive spirit of Christmas tree contests and the ribbons we have won, our greatest reward comes from watching you - our customers - create your experiences, memories, and traditions at our farm.
Not only does one acre of Christmas trees provide fresh oxygen for everyone, this acre also provides a habitat for wild flowers, birds, and beneficial insects.
Every spring our sugarhouse comes alive with the sweet smell of maple. It is here where we boil down maple sap on our wood-fired evaporator to make our delicious maple syrup.
In this photo, these maple syrup sample bottles are arranged from 1st to last boil. As the season progresses, notice the color changes of the syrup produced.
— Early season, light, delicate tasting maple syrup is often used to make maple cream and candy.
— Mid-season, medium color, rich tasting maple syrup is the perfect topping.
— Late season, dark color, robust tasting maple syrup is ideal for cooking and baking.
2022 MAPLE SYRUP PRICES
$34 ½ gallon
$9 ½ pint
“I'm buying another gallon again this year. I highly recommend Cranston's maple syrup.” Dana
“The kids loved the atmosphere with all the Christmas themes, and everyone was super friendly.” Tyler
Mission accomplished! “Thank you for another wonderful day of tree hunting and another perfect tree.” Angie
“Got our tree December 5 and took it down January 10th. It was still beautiful and smelled awesome.” Maggie
Thank you for supporting our Christmas tree farm, our maple booth at Fall Festival, the children at Sanderson Academy, and those living with Parkinson’s disease.
Fourth generation brothers, Seth and Jonathan Cranston, own and operate Cranston’s Tree Farm.
By working together, our family is able to grow quality Christmas trees, produce hay, and make delicious maple products.