We are closed for the 2020 season. Thanks to everyone who visited us. See you in 2021 starting the day after Thanksgiving!
Skyline Christmas Tree Farm is firmly committed to helping protect the health and safety of our customers, employees, and the community in general. We are closely monitoring the changing situation, and complying with Public Health guidance.
What Skyline Farm is doing
Skyline Christmas Tree Farm is making the following changes for the 2020 holiday season:
Creating one-way flows when entering and leaving the red barn area from the parking lot
Creating one-way flows for the check-out/store lines
Spreading out the pre-cut trees to maintain the 6 feet distance guidance
Marking standing spots for the checkout/store lines to keep socially distant
Marking standing spots for the area where you retrieve your purchased tree
Providing plexiglass barriers for the cashiers
Adding two hand washing stations near the portable toilet
Providing hand sanitizer at various locations in the red barn area
Sanitizing hand saws and kneeling pads after each use
All employees will wear a mask or face covering
Cleaning and disinfecting frequently touched surfaces regularly
Elimination of complimentary hot chocolate, apple cider, and cookies to reduce virus spread
Elimination of the fire pit to reduce socializing of parties from different households
What you can do
For the greater good of the community, the health of our employees, the health of yourself and your family, we need to work together to limit the spread of the Coronavirus. Here is how you can contribute while at the farm:
Individuals 5 years of age and older must wear a mask or face covering if at least 6 feet of physical distance cannot be maintained between individuals in different households.
Wear a mask or face covering while in the checkout/store line
Use hand sanitizer as you enter the checkout/store line to pay for your tree
Limit the number of people from your party to two (2) in the checkout/store line
Follow the signs, arrows, and painted ground spots for lines, while in the barn area
Keep the recommended six (6) foot radius distance from fellow customers and employees
Please do not come to the farm if you are feeling unwell or have been exposed to someone with the Coronavirus.