Harecrest Acres

Harecrest Acres is a 21-acre working farm on the coast of Maine with a focus on apiculture (beekeeping) and cut your own Christmas trees.

All our hives forage locally and the coastal and woodland floral sources make a unique wildflower honey that is highly desired by the local community for its rich flavor and color. Also because we do not heat or process our honey, it has local pollen and is preferred by many of our customers to counteract allergies.

Our Christmas trees include Balsam, Canaan and Frazier fir and are grown with no chemicals and are hand pruned for that perfect old fashion holiday look. We invite you to your tree anytime from Thanksgiving day on to be sure you will have the perfect tree for the holidays.

Listing last updated on Nov 15, 2014

Ocean Mist and Wild flower Honey in sizes ranging from 6 oz to 1 gallon Honey available year round Our Christmas Trees include Balsam, Canaan and Frasier fur and are grown with no chemicals and hand pruned for that perfect old fashion holiday look. We invite you to tag your tree anytime from Thanksgiving Day on to have the perfect tree for the holidays. Open for Christmas trees starting December 6th and 7th, 13th and 14th and 20th and 21st. Weekends only, or call for an appointment



Schedule and Location:

36 meetinghouse road in biddeford, maine

Open for Christmas trees Starting
December 6th and 7th,
13th and 14th and 20th and 21st.
Weekends only.

If you need to come by during the week, please call ahead and we will schedule a time for you.

Want to get the best tree first? From Thanksgiving day on you can pretag your tree for the holiday just call or e-mail

Schedule and Location:

36 meetinghouse road in biddeford, maine

Honey stand
Open 7:00am-6:00pm 7 days a week.

All other products call for more information



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Christmas trees and honey

2014-11-15

Its a banner year for the Christmas trees this year and we have a great selection.  The honey harvest was not as big as last year and we will likely run out by spring so get your early.

 The girls and I are looking forward to seeing everyone again this holiday season.... [more]


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