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Mill Hollow is a very scenic Texas Christmas tree farm.  The farm is located in the beautiful forested hills near Lake Livingston.

Thousands of  shaped and fragrant Virginia pine, beautiful Leyland cypress, quirky and different  Japanese cedar and the unique Arizona cypress Christmas trees are available for your family to select and cut for your own special family Christmas tree.

Mill Hollow is not just about getting a Christmas tree, Mill Hollow is about making memories.  Most families especially those with young children will spend a day exploring and enjoying all of the activities available.  These memories are long lasting, make the Christmas season special and remembered.   

Christmas tree field

2017 Mill Hollow Events and Hours

Cash or check only.  No credit or debit cards accepted.  The nearest ATM is three miles away in Point Blank. 
October Outing    

Cancelled because of Hurricane Harvey Damage to farm entrance concrete bridge.  

The annual October Outing is scheduled for the last two weekends in October or October 21 & 22 and October 28 & 29.  This is an opportunity for your family to enjoy the typical beautiful October weather and see what Mill Hollow is all about.  If you so desire, you can even select a Christmas tree for when you come back to cut and to take home.  We take payment for the Christmas tree when it is cut.  The hours we are open are from 10 AM to 5 PM . If it is raining, we also discourage families from coming.  If not raining, food serving time is 12 noon to 4 PM.  Do let us know if you will be coming by either emailing us at millhollo@AOL. com or calling 936 377-4044 .  All we need to know is the date and the number of people in your party.    We will as always be open for Christmas tree choose and cut the Friday after Thanksgiving and every weekend till Christmas.  

Choose and Cut  

Cancelled because of Hurricane Harvey Damage to farm entrance concrete bridge.  

This will start on Friday, November 24, and will continue every weekend through Sunday, December 17 from 10 AM to 5 PM.  Checks or cash only so we can keep our Christmas trees affordable for all our customers.  Food serving time is 12 noon to 4 PM.   See link for more details.

Moonlight Adventure  

Cancelled because of Hurricane Harvey Damage to farm entrance concrete bridge.  

Moonlight Adventure will be on Friday, December 1, from 4:00 PM till 8:00 PM.   For those who find their family tree in the dark, this adventure is sure to be remembered and talked about for years to come. See link for more details.   Please let us know if you are planning to come up to the farm by telephone (936 377-4044) or email (MillHollo@aol.com)

Procrastinator Weekend

Cancelled because of Hurricane Harvey Damage to farm entrance concrete bridge.  

This day will be Sunday, December 16, and maybe Sunday, December 17 for those who like to find their Christmas tree at the last minute.  Christmas Eve is only days away!  No activities, hay rides or food of any type will be available.  However, you will be given a saw, measuring pole and price sheet to help you in your last minute search for this year's Christmas tree.    If time permits, call (936) 377-4044 and/or (713) 515-7011 to verify we are open or to let us know you are on the way.   We do close promptly at 5 PM on both days and maybe earlier if tired.    

Cash or check only.  No credit or debit cards accepted.  The nearest ATM is three miles away in Point Blank. 

Mill Hollow is a Sustainable Green Operation.  

Mill Hollow has for 29 years been helping to offset Global Warming by removing the green house carbon dioxide gas from the atmosphere.  Your purchase of a Mill Hollow Christmas tree continues this effort and also helps to reduce your family's environmental damaging footprint.  A fake Christmas tree generates green house gases in its manufacture and will never help to reduce Global warming!  Only real Christmas trees can remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and convert it to harmless wood cellulose.    

   

9/15/2017

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