Pertaining to this year 2019

We will close the field for this season at 5:00 PM on Sunday 12/8. Thanks for your business.

We will close for the season at end of day on 12/8.  We have cut more trees this year than we anticipated and are trying to save some of the smaller trees so you have something  to cut next year.  If you have already tagged a tree for this season and can not pick it up by end of the day on 12/8, then call us and we will make arrangements for pick-up.

we take cash and checks for payment.  We are not set up for debit cards or credit cards.

 If you are interested, please ask us about our expansion plans for the future.  We would  like to hear from our customers about your ideas for new products and services and how we can improve on the "experience" you have when coming out to select and cut your tree.

It is Christmas Tree Season


You can choose and then you can cut your fresh tree!

 We have Leland Cypress, Carolina Sapphire, Blue Ice and Thuja Green Giant.   We will not have any  pre-cut Fraser Firs this year.

Blueberry Bushes for sale this year

We have about 100  bushes in 15 gallon grow bags that we will be selling.  Ask about them when you visit. 

We offer stands and tree shaking//drilling/netting. We also offer pre-tagging of trees so that you can pick and reserve them now and cut later.

Contact Us

Better yet, see us in person!

We love our customers, so feel free to visit during normal business hours which are 10:00 AM  till 5:00 PM on Saturday and 1:00 till 5:00 on Sunday. If our hours don't work for you, call 919-395-2739 and we will work something out.  We do not have lights in the fields so please plan your visit during daylight hours. 

Corn Hill Farms

3514 Cannady Mill Rd, Kittrell, NC 27544, US

(919) 395-2739

About Us


Corn Hill Farms is a family owned farm that started in 1985 growing Christmas Trees. 


Over the years we have expanded and now have Blueberries, Blackberries,  Grapes, Strawberries, and a host of other goodies---thus "Something for all Seasons". 


We are about six miles south of Oxford, NC and only a short drive from Raleigh, Durham, or Wake Forest.