Meadow Ridge Christmas Tree Farm



18 Merritt Rd., Middlesex, VT 05602 Visit Website | 802-223-3880 |


Cost: All sizes up to 9 feet. Every tree is $30. Parking: Yes
Meadow Ridge Farm is a Vermont Christmas tree farm in Middlesex, just outside Montpelier, Vermont. They offer choose and cut balsam fir trees. 


2 reviews
  • December 13, 2011
    "A wonderful familyrun tree farm, not too far from the roundabout in Montpelier. We parked, were greeted with a friendly smile, and handed a hacksaw and a red tarp. We started up the hill to search for our perfect tree. Many beautifully shaped trees, though we considered most to be a bit smallish, even for our standard height ceilings. Next year 2012 they'll probably be just right! The hike up the hill was muddy in places, so consider wearing your boots. We opted to climb all the way up and then start searching on the way down. Enjoy the picturesque Vermont view from the top! The tarp was handy for our daughter 11 years old, and just dying to cut the tree down! to kneellay down on to keep from getting too dirty. We placed the tarp on the downhill slope so the tree could fall on it. Our little lumber jill happily hauled it down the slope to the parking area. We were instantly welcomed down with a smiling face. They grabbed the tree, placed it on the shaker and pushed it through the wrapper. We went in the garage area to pay and were treated with FREE cookies and hot chocolate, plus a Keurig coffee machine to brew coffee no charge with! Meanwhile, back at the car, the hubby was offered help with tying the tree onto the car. Trees were reasonably priced, and everyone was sooo friendly. Will we go back? YES!"
    - buttercupcake
  • November 29, 2011
    "We love this tree farm! We've gone the past two years and have had great quality trees that have lasted from Black Friday until January 6th. The owners are very nice and offer tarps to bring the tree down. Once you get it to them they shake it, bail it, and help tie it to the car. They offer free coffee and cookies, and all of their trees are 30. We'll be going for years to come."
    - PNCTink

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