Lazy Lay Acres
Lazy Lay Acres Christmas Tree Farm
is a family owned and operated farm for over 30 years by the Lay Family.
Each year the farm offers Choose and Cut Florida grown trees and a variety of Northern trees. Also, available are fresh made wreaths, No-Hassle tree stands and an area for children to interact with farm animals.
ATTENTION: Due to a large number of customers wanting large trees ( over 10 Foot ) over the past few years, all of our large trees have been sold as of last year, we are sorry about this, but we are bringing in Northern trees that are up to 12 foot. It takes up to 10 years to grow one 10 foot, about a 1 foot a year. Hopefully in the next few years we will have some larger tree in our fields to choose from. We do have a lot of 6 to 8 foot trees in our fields this year.
Directions are available on our contact page!
14920 Swift Rd.
Dade City, FL 33525
*We are open from the day after Thanksgiving to Christmas*
Hours of operation:
9am - 6pm
7 Days a week
Opening Day for 2013 -
Last Day for 2013 -
December 25, 2013
**Please, Don't forget to sign our guestbook**
If you haven't enjoyed a day at our farm, come and see for yourself. We have helpers to aid you in getting your tree to the barn area, where the tree will be shaken and baled for your convenience. Don't forget your camera. We have a beautiful farm, fantastic trees, adorable animals just waiting to be cuddled and the view that has been said to "resemble North Carolina". We have all sizes of trees both home grown and northern grown. We shake and bale all trees. Remember bring protection (old blanket or sheet) for your vehicle. We furnish rope. Make memories for your family that will last a life time and start your family tradition with us.
***Note to Teachers*** We offer days for field trips, please call or email for rates and day availability. Also, please included what day and how many students you have in your message. We give the students a short class on tree farming, a hay ride and a visit with Santa Claus.
One family that has started a tradition of bringing their own saw to cut down their tree!
The scenic view of the farm