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Harvest Your Own Tree at Hog Hollow

Cascade Farmlands newest member is Hog Hollow Farm, positioned up the Entiat River near the lovely community of Entiat. Hog Hollow offers a wide variety of Christmas trees in sizes varying from tabletop to 15 feet in height.

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November 27, 2015 at 12:00 PM

Cascade Farmlands newest member is Hog Hollow Farm, positioned up the Entiat River near the lovely community of Entiat.  Hog Hollow offers a wide variety of Christmas trees in sizes varying from tabletop to 15 feet in height. Tree varieties include Nordman Fir, Fraser Fir, Grand Fir, Cork Bark, Blue Spruce, Englemann Spruce, and Balsam Fir.  Tree prices range from $15 to $65 (with the majority of trees in the $35-$45 price range). Learn about the traditions of Christmas while enjoying a mug of hot chocolate and a hay ride out to the farm. Hog Hollow also has a wide variety of wreaths, swags and Christmas items in the gift shop. 

We open on Friday, November 27th and are open every weekend thereafter until Christmas from 10am-4pm.

If you wish to contact us by e-mail, phone or letter, please contact us at:

Hog Hollow Farm
100 Mad River Road
Ardenvoir WA, 98811

(509) 784-1465

Driving Directions:

From Wenatchee
Take 97A North to Entiat River Road
Take Left Entiat River Road
Drive 10 miles (1/4 mile past store)
Take left on Mad River Road
Parking is on right in 1/4 mile
Hay Ride from parking area takes you half mile to tree farm

From Chelan
97A South to Entiat River Road
Take right on Entiat River Road
Follow instructions same as above

Start a new tradition that brings your family closer to the land this holiday season. Well-behaved dogs are welcome!

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