|656 South Road, Scottsville, NY 14546|
|Hours (as of December 2007)|
|Christmas Tree Farm Hours (Nov. 26 through Dec. 19)|
|Friday - Sunday: 9:00AM to 5:00PM|
|585 889 0770|
|<info AT stokoefarms DOT com>|
During the fall, Stokoe Farms features a pumpkin patch and harvest festival, including wagon rides, a corn maze, straw fort, nature trail, and more. Admission is $8 per person (children under 2 are free, and seniors and military discount brings the price down to $6).
At the end of November and through December, the farm sells Christmas trees (fresh cut and cut-your-own), and offers hayrides, free hot chocolate, coffee, and cookies, a straw fort for kids to play in, a bonfire, manger scene, and a Christmas gift shop.
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2008-12-01 11:03:21 My wife and I went and got our Christmas tree here the day after Thanksgiving. The place was PACKED. We got lunch — my wife had a cheeseburger and I had a pulled pork sandwich which were both quite tasty. We then got some free coffee and hot chocolate and homemade apple donuts. It was a lot of fun to pick out our tree and cut it down. They provide a ride out to the field where the trees grow, and they also provide a hacksaw to cut the tree down and a cart to wheel the tree over to the tractor that takes the tree back up near the parking lot.
They've also got a store filled with Christmas decorations — mostly handmade stuff — and 'country' food and crafts. We bought a couple of ornaments and a tree stand to go with our tree.
Overall, we had a wonderful time and we are definitely going to make this an annual tradition. My in-laws get there tree here every year, and even though they set it up the weekend after Thanksgiving, it lasts past Christmas and New Year's without drying out.
Highly recommended. —AlexanderGartley
2020-10-25 22:49:51 I have been going here with the family for years and we always enjoyed the activities in the fall and getting a Christmas tree in the winter. Unfortunately, we have come to understand that the family who owns this farm are completely irresponsible with the health and safety of their customers, and they seem to be quite angry and unkind as well. We saw them shouting at children and saying vile things to them just for asking questions. I do not normally complain about anything, and I had overlooked things like splintered boards and rusty screws in the past, but what occurred the last time we went there is the single worst experience I have ever had at a business with my children.
They have signs basically whining that they are supposed to tell people to wear masks and not pet the animals to prevent disease transmission, but they completely refuse to enforce this for either customers or employees. I witnessed numerous employees interacting with children with only inches between their faces for sustained periods of time with their mask pulled down intentionally.
There are a lot of people who are way too hysterical about the dangers posed by coronavirus, but the way the owners and employees here behaved was extremely reckless and basically designed to ensure transmission of disease. Someone's grandmother undoubtedly died because of their lack of care for their customers. Somebody else's father was surely left with lifelong chronic pain because of them.
As if all that wasn't enough, they used their farm, during business hours, for a political rally. This is a farm for children, and they knowingly invited political organizers and participants that had extremely inappropriate words and phrases plastered on their vehicles, clothing, and signage. My children were also forced to hear these things being said by the participants. In the short time we quickly walked to our car, they were subjected to speech that was openly racist, derogatory toward women, and generally just mean-spirited and adult-oriented.
It pains me to say that I intend to never return to this farm again. Luckily, there are a LOT of really good alternatives in the area where you can do literally everything you would want to do here. Do yourself a favor and skip this one. If you go to look them up on Facebook and you can't find them, they were trying to delete every mention of what had happened, got overwhelmed by the negative reaction of their patrons that they decided to just delete their Facebook page to avoid the natural consequences of their poor decision-making and atrocious behavior. —FlowerCityVending