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Directions and Hours

Directions to the Gilbert Christmas Tree Farm

Gilbert Tree Farm LLC

Address: 1230 County Road 296, Lanett, AL 36863 or

2118 County Road 266, Lanett, AL 36863

We open November 19, 2022 @ 9AM EST and close December 11, 2022 at 6PM. Hours of operation are  Friday 1-6 EST, and Saturday 9-6 & Sunday 12 to 6 EST (Black Friday 11/26 we are open 9-6 EST).

From Lanett, Valley & West Point:

Go north out the (AL County Road 212) state line road (this is the main road through West Point that goes between Capital City Bank and J. Smith Lanier Insurance and past the West Point Dam) until you reach mile marker 5 (just over the hill from the campground) and turn left on County Road 296, then go 4/10ths of a mile to the gate on the right. Follow the gravel road to the Christmas Trees. This is a new entrance for our farm that is 3 miles closer to West Point. Just follow the signs.

From Interstate 85 exit 79:

Go north on US29 (coming from Atlanta turn right from Opelika-Auburn turn left). We are a straight shot 10 miles from exit 79. US 29 becomes 3rd Ave in West Point, then GA Stateline Road then Chambers County Road 212 where you turn on 296 at mile marker #5. Just follow the signs.

From LaFayette, Five Points & Roanoke:

Turn off 431 in Five Points at the crossroads onto County Road 222, then turn right on county road 266. Gilbert Christmas Tree Farm in 7/10ths on a mile on the left. Follow the gravel road to the trees. Just follow the signs.


From LaGrange:

Go west on the Roanoke - LaGrange Road ( # 109) and after entering AL (road will become AL 278),  turn left on County Road 266 go approximately 5 miles and across county road 222 where 266 turns into a dirt road and go 7/10ths of a mile to 2118 County Road 266 on the left. Follow gravel road to the trees.


Our Farm is out in the country. The farm is located on 227 acres where the only neighbors are Turkey and Deer. Visiting our farm is an experience and can become a family tradition for the future. We now have two entrances to the farm, the old one off county road 266 and a new one off county road 296 that is 3 miles closer to the Valley Area.