Covid-19 Procedures

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted our lives in many ways, but we hope the experience of choosing a beautiful Christmas tree will help bring a sense of normalcy and the warmth of our favorite holiday to your family. Lazy Susan Tree Farm is committed to providing a safe Christmas experience for our customers, staff, and visitors. We have developed these procedures with guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the NJ Department of Agriculture, the National Christmas Tree Association, and Rutgers Cooperative Extension. 

These procedures are subject to change as new information becomes available.

  • If you are experiencing any signs of illness (ie. sore throat, cough, have a fever or feel feverish, experiencing shortness of breath or have a loss of taste or smell) or have been exposed to an individual with COVID-19, please visit us another time.

  • Please wear a face mask.  Most of the farm activities are outside but face coverings are for your safety as well as others around you. 

  • Please practice social distancing by keeping 6 feet apart from other customers and staff, especially in the pre-cut and tent area.

  • Hand sanitizer is available for customers near the barn. 

  • We will still have carts and saws available for cut-your-own customers.  They will be disinfected between uses. 

  • The barn will be closed to customers this year.  Items for sale and check-out will be under the tent near the barn. Cashiers will be on the inside and customers will pay outside through the window.  Our cashiers will wear face masks and use disinfectant sprays and wipes on working surfaces. Payment options include touchless credit or debit cards, Apple Pay, Google Pay, Square Pay, cash, or check. 

  • A portable toilet with hand sanitizer is available.  

  • If you would like your tree tied on your car, please have all passengers outside the car and maintain social distancing.

  • Farm staff will have a daily temperature check and wear appropriate PPE. 

Thank you for helping to keep the farm safe

and each other healthy!