Crossen Christmas Tree Farm - just a short drive from Buffalo and Rochester


Wednesday-Friday 1:00-5:00 p.m.

Weekends 9:00-5:00 p.m.

Click on the link below for directions to our farm



Take a drive out to the country and visit Crossen Christmas Tree Farm!




Fresh Wreaths


1198 Judge Road, Basom, NY 14013

(585) 813-8701

Crossen Christmas Tree Farm - family-owned and operated since 1989 - is located 5 miles north of New York State Thruway Exit 48A.  Our Western New York farm is situated in the northwest section of Genesee County, so we are just a few miles from Erie County, Orleans County, and Niagara County - and right between Buffalo and Rochester.  We are also just a 1/2 mile east of the Tonawanda Indian Reservation, minutes from the gas stations.  Click on our Directions link above for help.

This year we have hundreds of 5-8' trees to choose from, including many pre-cut trees.

You can choose and cut it yourself, or we can cut it for you.  Bring your family to pick out your tree together and build Christmas memories that will last a lifetime!

Don't forget a beautiful fresh wreath for your front door or as a gift for someone else.  Many colors and sizes are on display for you to choose from.  We also have swags, mailbox hugs, kissing balls, and centerpieces.  Don't see something you like?  Just ask - we can make you up something special - many color choices available.

We've expanded the selection at our small country gift shop which features many Christmas items such as gifts and decorations, free hot chocolate, and a visiting Santa on select weekends (see below for days).  You'll find our prices are usually half of the retail price!

****** Our giant sleigh will be back again this year.:  Your whole family can climb up for a family picture.  It's the perfect setting to take this year's Christmas photo!!!





TREE CUTTING (Available all weekends; call ahead on weekdays for availability)

Hand saws available

Carry service

Tree Drilling (Stands Available)

Wagons and Sleds for Tree Transport

Tree baling




11:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M. on the following days:


Saturday, November 30 and Sunday, December 1

Saturday, December 7 and Sunday, December 8

Bring your camera and your wish list!


Caring for your tree - tips from National Christmas Tree Association:


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