Sharp Christmas Tree Farm -- Milton, VT



204 Cobble Hill Road, Milton, VT 05468 Visit Website | 802-879-3507 |


Cost: Trees 5-8' are $50. Over 8 foot is $50 plus $10/foot. Parking: Yes

Sharp Farm is a choose and cut Christmas tree farm located at the end of Cobble Hill Road in southern Milton only 15 minutes from downtown Burlington.  They have over 10,000 Christmas trees (up to 18 foot) to choose from, including Balsam fir, Blue spruce, Douglas fir, White pine and Frasier fir. Trees are located all over the hill among trails and paths, so its an adventure to go find the perfect tree. 

No tree bailer. 

Hours of Operation

Open weekends from 10AM to 4PM from Thanksgiving to Christmas.

Other Activities

If there is snow, bring your sled or snow tube for sliding on the 1/4 mile hill. It's a chute alongside a wide trail where you can downhill ski and snowboard too. Note: it is a "walk up" site (the Sharp's like to promote physical exercise for all generations). Cross country ski trails are available for public use. Bring your own gear, but they do have snow tubes for rent at $12 for 2 hours. HELMETS ARE MANDATORY.

Warming Barn

Grab a cup of hot chocolate or parents can relax while the kids play. WiFi internet access is available, so bring the laptop.


3 reviews
  • December 7, 2013
    "We have been going to the Sharp Christmas Tree Farm now for more than 9 years. Every year we are greeted with smiles and a very warm welcome. The trees are well groomed. The paths are clean so you have no problem walking. We go there because they have tall trees. We have to have a ten foot tree for our house and we never have a problem finding a beautiful tree at a very reasonable price. We appreciate the Sharp being available to Milton so that we as a family, can take part as a tradition in going there yearly to get our tree. Thank you Sharp Family from our family to yours. Happy Holidays The Blackmers Milton Vt."
    - bjblackmer
  • November 9, 2011
    "This is a wonderful and beautiful place to buy a tree. Bring a sled and some hot cocoa and spend the morning or afternoon. There's a big hill you can sled down and lots of trees to choose from. The owners are very sweet and knowledgeable. "
    - mpc
  • December 7, 2009
    "I love the family tradition each year of rounding up the kids and great grandma and exploring the Christmas Tree farms searching for that 'perfect tree'. This year, we came across Sharp's and we found that special tree. You know you've found the place when at the end of a bumpy road you see the owner buzzing around on his Segway pruning the trees. What a sight! This farm is a little more rustic than others we like that as you weave around the paths on the hillside searching among the hundreds of trees. There are plenty of varying sizes and types to choose from. Our dog had as much fun as we did as everyone zigzagged their way around the hillside. No snow when we visited, but we will be back for sleddingtubing. The hill looks like incredibly fun. Only four stars because the pricing for taller trees can be a little expensive."
    - ceb

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