Corian Tree Farm

Corian Tree Farm
New Hartford, Connecticut

 

Type :Cut-your-own
Owner(s) :

Colleen and Mark Gilroy

Address :

135 Richards Road, New Hartford, CT 06057

E-mail :
Directions:

From Route 202: Turn onto Gillette Road, then angle left almost immediately to stay on Gillette. Follow for almost 1 mile, then turn RIGHT onto Behrens Road. Take Behrens for ¾ mile, over the one-lane bridge to dead-end. Turn RIGHT at yield sign onto Richards Road. The farm will be less than ¼ mile on the left.

 From Route 8 in Torrington: Take Kennedy Drive for 1.7 miles, then turn LEFT onto Torringford W. Street. Continuee 1.5 miles to Torringford Street (Route 183). Turn LEFT.  Follow for ¾ miles, then turn RIGHT onto Richards Road. Follow for 1.3 miles (portions will be unpaved) until you reach the farm on the left.

 From Torringford St, coming South: Turn LEFT on Cedar Swamp Road. Follow until it becomes Cedar Lane. Turn RIGHT on Richards Road. Follow until you reach the farm on your right (if you reach the unpaved portion of Richards Road, you’ve gone too far).

Open :Opening Friday November 25 (day after Thanksgiving), then open weekends until Christmas (closed Saturday 12/17), or until sold out. Check website regularly for updates to hours or tree availability
Hours10:00Am – 4:00Pm
Saw Provided? 

Yes. You may also bring your own but no electric saws may be used on property.

Restrooms?     
Yes – portable
Tree Wrapping?  
Wrapping, free of charge
Gift Shop?      
No
Type of Trees

Fraser firs; Concolor Firs

Social Media and Website

Coriantreefarm.com

Features

Homemade wreaths; Hot chocolate, coffee, and s’mores available; bonfire

 Well-behaved, leashed dogs allowed

 Cash/check and credit accepted ($3.00 fee applied to all credit purchases); tax included in tree pricing

 No professional photography without prior arrangement; please email coriantreefarms@gmail.com if interested

 Some fields are a brief hike up a hill; please wear sensible shoes, and we encourage you to bring a tarp or wagon if you’d like to help transport your tree!

 This is our first year operating this beautiful tree farm, we look forward to meeting you and your families. Please stop and say hello to us!

 ~Colleen and Mark Gilroy

 Updated November 3rd for the 2022 Selling Season