Dollinger Christmas Tree Farm

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Dollinger Christmas Tree Farm

23882 Payne Road
Shannon, IL 61078
Carroll County
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Open Nov and Dec for Locally grown trees. Cut your own and Pre-Cut. Wreaths of all sizes, Gift Shop, and hot cider, and popcorn.

Opening the first weekend in November! Open daily 8 am-5 pm | In case of severe ice storm please call ahead for field conditions. | Open Thanksgiving Day 8 am-3 pm

Ned Dollinger and his father John established the Christmas Tree Farm in 1956 and we have been open every winter since. The original farm site is now part of the first nine holes of the Lake Carroll Golf Course. In 1971 Ned and his son John began planting trees at the Payne Road farm after the Lake Carroll development began. John & Janie Dollinger currently operate the tree farm with their son Mark, daughter-in-law Shanna, and grandsons Cooper & Maddex. Watch for Cooper and Maddex, fifth-generation tree farmers, passing out Magic Reindeer food.

Fir, Spruce, and Pines are available from tabletop to cathedral ceiling size, with shaking and netting available. All trees for sale in the field and lot are tagged with variety and price. A large selection of all sizes of wreaths, swags, and other evergreen decorations are custom designed to complement your decorating décor.

The Gift Shop strives to feature locally made gifts, crafts, jewelry, with a corner, especially for Vintage Christmas items. Visit our website to view a PDF of our annual brochure, complete with our Hot Cider recipe. 

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We're easy to find, just go 5 miles north of Lanark on Rt. 73, then 1 mile West on Payne Road. Like us on Facebook for special hours, events, and promotions! 

Check out our annual Newsletter: http://dollingertreefarm.com/dollinger-newsletter.html

Hours subject to change without notice please call to verify. 

Additional Info

Address:
23882 Payne Road
City:
Shannon
State:
IL
Zipcode:
61078
Phone:
815-864-2437
Published in: Christmas Tree Farms
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