Smell the Pine: Eastern Manitoba Tree Farms

We all have our family traditions for the Christmas Season. For some of us, it’s baking cookies with the kids, or perhaps it’s enjoying that first cup of Egg Nog as soon as it hits the store shelves. One thing that most of us have in common is the joy of putting up the Christmas Tree with the family. For a lot of people, that is what sets the mood and tone for the holiday season. Once the tree is up, it’s time for long, cozy nights basking in the twinkling lights while listening to the crackling fire.

Quite possibly the only thing that makes this scene any better is the scent of pine or fir wafting through the air. Now, you could use air fresheners and other gimmicks to produce the scent, but nothing beats the real deal.

There’s something magical about setting up a real Christmas Tree versus an artificial one. It’s an experience that has to be lived to truly know the difference. So, if you haven’t gotten your tree all set up and ready for the holiday season why don’t consider heading out to a local tree farm and trying out a real one this year?

You Don’t Know What You’re Missing

Heading out to a tree farm to choose the perfect Christmas Tree is an adventure that can, and should be, enjoyed by the entire family! Walking through the rows of trees; breathing in the crisp cool air while the fresh scents of the trees linger in the air and fill your heart with the spirit of the holiday season.

Are you in search of the perfectly lush, 8-footer that will hold your families entire collection of ornaments all at once? Maybe you’re in the market for something a little smaller, something that can fit all the handmade ornaments you’ll be making with the kids as one of those special Christmas traditions. Or maybe you’re more into having multiple smaller trees strategically placed around your home so that everything feels alive with Christmas Spirit.

Each tree is unique in its own way, and discovering your “perfect tree” is a great way to make memories with friends and family. Each Tree Farm offers a unique experience for you to enjoy as well. Do you want to cut down your own tree? How about enjoying a nice cup of hot chocolate or apple cider after you’ve found your gem? Let’s not forget about the candy canes, cookies and other baked goods you can find at our local tree farms.

Get in on the Magic

Most of our Eastern Manitoba Tree farms are still open for another week and a half, it all depends on if they have any trees left or not!


CHOOSE & CUT: Spruce, Balsam Fir and Scots Pine
Prices $25.00 to $40.00. Most trees are $35.00. All prices include taxes.
LOCATION: 1/2 mile north of the Old Pinawa Dam. If proceeding east to Pinawa on Highway #211 turn left (north) on Highway #520 for 5 miles then turn right (east) at Hans Erickson Road and continue to 65 Tyndall Drive, OR if proceeding east from Lac du Bonnet on Highway #313 turn right (south) on Highway #520 for 3 miles then left (east) at Hans Erickson Road and continue to 65 Tyndall Drive. Watch for Signs!

OPEN: Weekends starting November 24th, 2018 – 10:00 am till sunset.
Tree bags available – $3.00 – Saws available.

Free Hot Apple Cider and Candy Canes.
Indoor washroom.
Payment Method – Cash or Cheque
Phone: 204-268-5024 or 204-266-2850


CHOOSE & CUT and PRE-CUT: Sheared Scots Pine, White Spruce, Balsam Fir and Fraser Fir. Tall trees available. Prices starting at $26.00. Fresh wreaths made with mixed greenery – plain or decorated.

LOCATION: #28141 Road 35 E, – 10 km south of Steinbach on Hwy #12 and 1.7 km east on Road 29 N, 0.5 km south on Road 35E. Watch for Signs.

OPEN: Opening date: November 24th, 2018 Saturday & Sunday – 9:30 am – 5:00 pm
weekdays – 1:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Coffee, hot chocolate, apple cider, cookies & other food services available
Fire pits (wood provided), kiddie slide, Christmas gift store!

Horse drawn Sleigh rides – Saturday & Sundays Nov. 24th – Dec. 15th 11:00 am – 4:00 pm
Payment method: cash, debit, or credit card

Phone 204-326-6222


CHOOSE & CUT: Trees of all sizes. We have several varieties starting as low as $39.95

LOCATION: Take Hwy #44 to Tyndall, travel 3 miles further east, then turn left at Candy Cane Corner and follow the signs.

OPEN: Nov. 24th to Dec.16th, 2018 Saturday and Sunday only. 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

  • Free Hay/Sleigh Rides & Hot Chocolate Saturday and Sunday Only.
  • Free Fire Wood for use in our Fire Pits
  • Hot Dogs and Hamburgers Available

Phone: 204-771-1921


CHOOSE & CUT: Scots Pine and White Spruce. Large selection of trees for choose & cut for 2018. Large trees available.

Scots Pine, White Pine, White Spruce, Balsam Fir, Fraser Fir, Canaan Fir (trees up to 12′ tall)

LOCATION: Located 12.5 km south of Steinbach on Hwy. #12, then 2 km east on Road 28N. Watch for Timber Trails signs.

OPEN: Opening November 24th, 2018. Saturday & Sunday: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm. Closed Monday. Tuesday – Friday: 1:00 pm – 6:00 pm. Need a pre-cut Christmas tree after hours just give us a call.

  • Horse-drawn sleigh rides (weekends only), fire pits available, small farm animals.
  • Bale maze for adults and kids alike – free with tree purchase.
  • Warm facility with indoor bathrooms, food services and a wood burning fireplace.

Phone: 204-434-9812

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