2017 Season

November 18 & 19 - Gift Shop Open House 8am - 5pm

November 24 thru December 24 - Tree Farm and Gift Shop open daily 9am - 7pm

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 Due to extremely heavy volume, our fields will be closed for the rest of the 2017 season.  We do however have an abundant supply of precut Fraser and Balsam available.  We are sorry for the inconvenience, but this action is necessary in order to preserve our cut your own trees for future years as it takes about 10 years in order to grow a marketable christmas tree.  Thank You for your understanding.

 
Gift Shop Building

Welcome to Aissen Tree Farm! We are a family owned choose and cut Christmas tree farm that has been in business since 1998. We are located in the rolling hills of Kewaunee County 9 miles south of Luxemburg, Wisconsin.

Our tree farm takes pride in our hand-grown trees, hand-crafted greens, and great customer service. Our operation includes a Christmas gift shop, handcrafted wreaths and garland, precut retail Christmas trees, and choose and cut Christmas trees.

Tree Farm Sign

Visit our unique Christmas gift shop and treat your nose to a magical aroma of fresh greenery with a stunning atmosphere of holiday music and one-of-a-kind gifts while indulging yourself in our complimentary hot beverages. Allow the kids to follow the winding brick path to the one-of-a-kind gingerbread playhouse to enjoy hours of fun while you shop in our 2,000 ft gift shop with 30 trees displaying over 6,000 ornaments.

Tree Farm Sign

Experience a family tradition while you enjoy a peaceful walk through the 70 acres of rolling hills of Balsam Fir, Fraser Fir, and Spruce, hunting for your perfect tree.

Weather too cold to trudge through fields? No worry! We have a large selection of precut trees neatly displayed in our 3,600 ft indoor arena with Balsam and Fraser Fir that includes all the fun and excitement of cutting a Christmas tree.

Tree Farm Sign

Featured in:
- Living the Country Life Magazine - Dec. 2009
- Edible Door Magazine – Fall 2014