There is a lot of awesome places in our area to visit this time of year, and one of the most popular Christmas attractions opens its doors today. Twin States News Danny Todd takes us to Lazy Acres Christmas Tree farm that’s now open for the season.
with Thanksgiving’s arrival comes traditions that many in the area look forward to during the Christmas season. We speak with Michael May, the owner of Lazy Acres Christmas Tree farm in Chunky, and he tells us why he thinks it's important that you stop by, and make memories with them this year.
Michael May tells Twin States News that they have some new attractions this year. Reindeer training academy (no real reindeer), snow machines as you exit the wagon, and lots more. He Says that it's important for him and his family to see families keep coming back year after year. They love seeing different generations making memories that lasts a lifeftime.
The Spirit of Christmas is something that this family has embodied over many years. They are always looking forward to adding new attractions, and love seeing them in use once the season starts.
Michael May says that it's important to provide a safe, family, friendly atmosphere for everyone to enjoy of all ages.
Michael May and his family are very happy to keep the farm going in what they feel is the right direction. They love that people want to keep bringing their families back year after year.
The Christmas tree farm hosts all kinds of events throughout the year, one of them is Breakfast With Santa. That event will be held on Dec. 3rd, and tickets can be purchased online. Happy Thanksgiving from our family at TWIN STATES NEWS,
Danny Todd, Twin States News, Meridian.