Where To Find Us

Were located just outside Ballincollig in Currabeg Ovens. Access to our farm is through the old J Woods Tile factory. Were only 1km from EMC, Inniscarra and Ballincollig rugby club.


Open every weekend from the 20th of November;

  • Saturday: 9 am – 4.30 pm
  • Sunday: 11 am – 4.30 pm

Cork Christmas Tree Farm - Ovens

Currabeg, Ovens

5.0 16 reviews

  • Avatar Jennifer B. ★★★★★ 9 months ago
    Had a wonderful experience picking out our Christmas tree here on Sunday! The farm is huge and they have a brilliant variety of trees of all sizes. Very … More reasonable prices too. Bring your wellies if it has rained recently as things can get muddy! Overall a great experience, will be back next year!
  • Avatar Denis O Rourke ★★★★★ 9 months ago
    🌲This amazing Christmas tree farm is located in a beautiful valley on the banks of the Lee. It's so delightful to wander through the trees and find … More the perfect one. Fintan looks after all his trees with lots of TLC and his gorgeous Shropshire sheep live amongst the trees and keep the weeds away.
    A great experience for all the family to enjoy🌲
  • Avatar Monica Ambrose ★★★★★ 9 months ago
    This is my second time buying a tree from Cork Christmas Trees. Fintan was excellent to deal with. The selection of trees was fantastic. They had lots … More of options with heights & widths etc. A really professional experience. I would recommend buying from them.
  • Avatar Mick Coughlan ★★★★★ 9 months ago
    Many thanks Fintan & Fintan. Great Christmas Trees and Service.
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