OPENING DAY…… is coming quickly upon us!!!!!

Gideon says  "Pssst.... we're doing it again this year.... come visit us. please, huh, please, huh.  You know what we do... come enjoy and say HI!"

Gideon says “Pssst…. we’re doing it again this year…. come visit us. please, huh, please, huh. You know what we do… come enjoy and say HI!”

Yes, We’re at it again this year……

Hot Cider, Hot Cocoa, a campfire (weather permitting)  and wagon rides.

Great time for family time and visiting new and old friends.

Opening day is November 28, 2014, the day after Thanksgiving. 

We open at 9 am and close at dark.

Friday November 28, Saturday November 29, Saturday December 6 and Saturday December 13 we will be in the field with all our usual treats and opportunities for fun, 9am to dark.

Mondays thru Fridays we aren’t in the field, so we like to have you call ahead for an appointment.

Sundays we are Closed.

We have a variety of cut your own trees, and we also have a nice variety of NH Fresh cuts.

We have Balsam and Fraser Firs, and spruce.

The Cut your own price is $45 any size tree.  The NH Fresh cuts will be marked individually.

On December 6th we will be having usual bake sale and Pony rides presented by CM Four Winds farm.

We also have a new event coming this year.  We have Mayflower Photography offering their services. mayflowerIMG_3009

Fresh Wreaths
We can make them while you wait, or you can order ahead of time to pick them
up when you get your tree.
There are two sizes.
20” & 32”
To order ahead of time call
603-673-9077 or 603-765-2899
Order your wreath ahead and we will have it ready for you when you get here.

Who We Are

We are a family owned and operated farm in Milford, New Hampshire. We are dedicated to maintaining our New Hampshire heritage in farming. We make our products with just the right mix of technology, tradition and old fashion ingenuity. We still make our pure Maple Syrup the old fashion way on a wood fired evaporator, but we use a new smaller health tap to protect the health of the trees.

The Tree Field

The Christmas Season is upon us and it is time to buy your tree. Since 1996, we have provided the local community with options in Fraser Fir, Balsam Fir, and Blue and White Spruce for Christmas tree pleasures. We offer complimentary wagon rides, hot cocoa, and hot apple cider each Saturday when you come to cut your own Christmas Tree, so bundle up and bring your family and come cut a tree.

Dave teaching some local school-children about tapping

We may be covered in snow now but come February it will start warming up and be time to make Maple Syrup. We tap trees in several locations in the Milford area. Our Maple Syrup is made by the fourth generation with sap from trees on land that has been family owned since 1897. With a wide variety of plastic and decorative glass containers we provide choices in syrup for gifts and kitchen table use.



November has come, it’s 3 1/2 weeks till opening day.

Still much to do around here to get ready. We are looking forward to seeing everyone this year.

Hope everyone has an incredibly blessed and happy Thanksgiving.

We are SOLD OUT for 2013 season

Thank you to all our customers that made our 2013 Christmas tree season a wonderful success.

We are sold out and at the end of our Christmas tree season for this year.

We look forward to seeing you all again next year.

God Bless and Merry Christmas

The Staff & Family


Miracle Acres Farm.


Fresh Cut Trees Still Available

We still have some Fresh Cut NH Christmas Trees available for your convenience.

We may be sold out of Cut-Your-Own Christmas Trees for the year, but we still have some Fresh Cut NH Christmas Trees available for your convenience.  If you haven’t purchased your Christmas Tree yet, come on by an purchase one of these before they are all gone.

Opening Day 2012

We will be opening for cut your own Christmas Trees on Friday, November 23rd, 2012.

Come and Cut Your Tree

Bring the Whole Family

Join us for a Wagon Ride

Or a cup of Hot Cocoa

And Hot Cider

Around the fire

Gideon and Joab would love to meet your well behaved pet on a leash.