The Corliss family opened up for the season Friday.
By mid-morning, the farm was packed with folks looking for the perfect Christmas tree.
Owner Jim Corliss says despite all the rain we’ve had, the trees are looking good, and he’s happy with the color he’s seeing.
Corliss says although this time of year can be stressful for his family, he’s thrilled to know that so many families are taking a piece of the farm home with them this Christmas season.
Piper Mountain also offers horse-drawn hay rides plus hot cider and doughnuts to folks cutting down trees.
Tonight and next Friday night, they’ll also hold special bonfires with Christmas music. All ages are welcome.