Our family owned and operated farm is located in beautiful Culpeper County, and sits atop a hill with sweeping views of the Blue Ridge mountains. We have a lovely walking trail through the woods featuring native trees and plants along the way. We grow White Pine and Norway Spruce trees, without the use of pesticides or fertilizers, and all of our trees are hand sheared for a natural look. We provide saws for your convenience and after you select and cut your tree we will bundle it and tie it to your car for you. Portable restrooms are also available onsite. Our farm store features a beautiful selection of local & handmade crafts and food items, many of which are produced by members of our extended family. Our products include jams and apple butter, honey, baked goods and candies, wooden crafts, hooked rugs and weavings, beeswax candles, handmade ornaments, pork and eggs, apple cider, and more. We also sell holiday decorations such as wreaths, sprays, garland and centerpieces, as well as tree stands and removal bags. For more about our products and the various vendors selling items in our shop please visit our website at www.oakshadetreefarm.com. We welcome well behaved pets, but ask that they remain leashed at all times during your visit and that you pick up their waste. Hours: We are open from the day after Thanksgiving until Christmas Eve on the days listed below. Monday- Wednesday: Closed Thursday: 9 am - 5 pm Friday: 9 am - 5 pm Saturday: 9 am- 5 pm Sunday: 9 am - 5 pm Directions: From Warrenton: Take Route 211 west for about 8 miles to the intersection with Route 229. Turn left on 229 and travel about 6 miles to Route 611, Waterford Road. Go right on 611 for 1 mile to Waterford Run Lane and come up the drive. From Culpeper: Take Route 229 north through Rixeyville and across the Hazel River. Take a left on Route 611, Waterford Road, and proceed 1 mile to Waterford Run Lane and come up the drive.