The Farm at Little Hills

Great Family Outing at Little Hills Tree Farms

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Little Hills Farm at Champan Lane

The Animal Corral

It's Christmas at the Little Hills Animal Corral! No visit to Little Hills Christmas Tree Farm is complete until you exchange holiday greetings with our most adorable residents.

Click on the images below to better see our farm animals.

Maximus the Goat Bubbles our pig Gandolf Chewy and Marley Katie

Bubbles - Our premier pig earned her name when we discovered that she could blow bubbles in her water dish! One Christmas, Bubbles was so excited to see Santa she wiggled out of her pen and wandered up the road to find him. When you see her, tell her to be patient and Santa will come to her!

Katie - Our lovely llama Katie is very sweet and a bit shy. Don't let her shyness fool you. Katie has a sharp and curious mind. She is usually aware of everything that happens on the farm. We've noticed that if we're looking for something we've lost, Katie is usually looking right where it's hiding! Katie loves it when you gently blow on her nose.

Maximus - Maximus is a great big goat, and our largest one on the farm. Despite his manly, grown-up appearance Maximus did not want to give up his baby bottle. He's off the bottle now, but when he was little -- and much older than a baby -- we would give him water in a baby bottle just to keep him happy. Maximus would love it if you would rub his nose and the top of his head.

Kia & Otis -Miniature chocolate donkeys are new to the farm this year. They are mother & son and very friendly. We have really enjoyed getting to know them & hope you do too.

Our Goose - Honk if you love Gandolf! Gandolf was born here at Little Hills Christmas Tree Farm. He has a very unique personality. Stop by and say Hi on your next visit.

Alpaccas - At Little Hills we have two new additions to the farm for 2014. Marley and Chewbacca (aka Chewy) are Alpaccas and cute as can be. Marley is fun loving, kick up his heals, kind of guy. Chewy is quieter and shy, but has the most dreamy brown eyes that make you smile.

 

Little Hills Farm 2 at Liberty Road

You'll Love Little Hills Farm 2
The Little Hills Farm 2 experience is filled with peaceful charm. You'll find many of the things everyone loves at Little Hills, like friendly animal ambassadors, a gift shop that offers an array of unique ornaments you won't find anywhere else and hot cider, snacks and treats. Santa's making merry over at Little Hills, so the crowds at Little Hills Farm 2 are smaller, but our selection of trees offers the same quality, with the same care and attention you'll find at Little Hills.

You're invited
We invite you to experience a timeless Christmas tree experience, far from the crowds, on a working farm that offers a one-of-a-kind holiday finds.

With thousands of trees expertly grown and meticulously hand-pruned, you’re destined to find the ideal centerpiece for all of your holiday celebrations. As we tend to the trees all year we keep in mind that the tree you choose will be in your home as a part of your holiday celebrations.

MishkaMake New Friends
Meet our animal ambassadors! Little Hills Farm 2 is the holiday home of some of our favorite friends. Wouldn't you like to spend some time with them?

Mishka is a Boer Goat with tons of personality. She's friendly, curious and likes to be in the middle of the action. (See Mishka to the left)

Pineapple is a Boer Goat who is older than the other two, but she still has that special sparkle that makes goats so much fun. Watchout—she likes to be thecenter of attention. (not shown)Spot

Our Black Boer Goat Spot is a feisty, young kid who's ready for anything. His ready-to-go attitude makes him very fun to watch.

Heritage TurkeyWe also have a chicken coop with chickens as well as Turkeys at Farm 2.

 

 

 

 

 

 

2 Tree Farms to choose from
Little Hills Christmas Tree Farm
961 Chapman Lane, Petaluma
Little Hills Christmas Tree Farm 2
241 Liberty Road, Petaluma

 

There's A Whole Lotta Shaking
Going On at Little Hills!

For a small fee our tree shakers give your tree a good shimmy so that the loose needles land on our farm and not on your carpet. It’s important to us that your tree arrives in your home as fresh and clean as possible.

Shaking the Christmas Tree to remove loose needles

Holiday Helpers

Cutting a Christmas tree is not something most of us do every day. Not to worry! The "Lumberjacks" at Little Hills Christmas Tree Farms are here to assist you with every step of the process including cutting, hauling and loading your tree on to your car.

Get Net Results

A little something extra you may want to purchase for your tree is "Netting". Netting refers to the practice of wrapping plastic netting around your tree in order to make it much more manageable when loading it on to your car, maneuvering it through your front door and setting it up on your tree stand. We're happy to net your tree for you to make it as effortless as possible for you to transport it.

Netting a Tree

Leashed Friendly Dogs Welcomed

Leashed, friendly dogs are welcome at Little Hills Christmas Tree Farms. Stop by our Gift Shop for a special treat just for them!

Bring your own leashed dog to Little Hills.

The Right Tools

We are happy to provide measuring poles, saws and carts for the adult members of the family to use when cutting and transporting their tree from the fields.

Christmas Tree Carts

Savor the Season

To encourage each family to take ample time selecting the perfect tree, you can enjoy fresh popped popcorn and delicious apple cider. It's our small way of adding a dash of flavor to your experience at Little Hills Christmas Tree Farms.

 

Guess Who's Coming to Town?

Santa Claus visits Little Hills Tree Farm at Chapman Lane every weekend from 10 am – 4 pm throughout the holidays, including the day after Thanksgiving. Bring your wish list and your camera so you can capture each magic moment

Santa at Little Hills

 

Little Hills Christmas Tree Farm in Petalum