fresh and local Christmas Trees delivered to your door or harvested for pick up at the ranch
Pollard Ranch will deliver a freshly harvested Christmas tree to your door from our large commercial plantation located about 20 minutes northwest of Portland, Oregon. Or, if you prefer to visit the farm, our friendly and courteous will-call staff can have your freshly harvested tree staged and ready to load when you arrive. If you visit us, look for resident wildlife, including elk, deer, bobcats, and raptors. Stay and enjoy a cup of hot cocoa, visit with friends, or just warm yourself by a fire.
DELIVERIES AVAILABLE ON SATURDAYS: NOVEMBER 26, DECEMBER 3, December 10, and DECEMBER 17 (9 A.M. TO 5 P.M.) PLEASE SPECIFY ONE OF THOSE DATES IN THE "SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS" BOX DURING CHECK OUT. WE WILL TRY TO ACCOMMODATE REQUESTS FOR OTHER DATES, BUT CANNOT GUARANTEE THEM.
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ALTERNATIVELY, WE ARE MORE THAN HAPPY ACCEPT ORDERS PLACED BY E-MAIL TO INFO@POLLARD-RANCH.COM - AND WILL VERIFY YOUR ORDER BY TELEPHONE.
We open to the public Friday after Thanksgiving, November 25, 2016.
Wednesday - Friday: 11:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Our friends love us - here's a sampling of what they say:
"Beautiful family ranch in an idyllic setting! The trees are all full, fragrant, and healthy. Totally worth the drive up Skyline and I am positive that I will be bringing my family back again next year!" - Nathaniel C.
"Best place in town. Offers a great Christmas experience and owned by the sweetest couple! We will return every year!" - Natalie T.
"The people at Pollard Ranch were very nice and welcoming. They greeted us at our car and asked us about our Christmas tree needs. They then pointed out the area where we could fin what were were looking for. After finding our tree we just had to pull it to the road where a 4-wheeler with a bed would pick it up and take it to your car. They had a tent for hot cocoa and apple cider with a bench and table, which was nice. We really had a great time at Pollard Ranch." - Anonymous