Silo Christmas Tree
Farm Bed and Breakfast is located on a 100-year-old farm and
homestead set upon 12 acres of woods and pasture close to Lake
Belton in Central Texas.
Just 12 miles from
Temple, the working farm is an exhilarating experience for
individuals, families, schools, church groups, and clubs to
experience unique outdoor adventures and learning
Guests stay in a red
and white barnhouse, a cozy accommodation built new in 2000
and featuring everything you'll need, whether you are looking
for a bed and breakfast or vacation rental lodging. This
one-bedroom, one-bath accommodation boasts over 850 square
feet in which to spread out, including a large living and
dining area, kitchen, and extra sleeping space. Other
amenities include a covered patio, parking, ceiling fans, and
central heat and air conditioning. A continental breakfast is
served to guests who are staying less than one week. Breakfast
foods are available in the kitchen for guests to prepare at
their leisure when renting by the night
a special event may use the picnic area and have a bonfire,
complete with roasting sticks, while they enjoy outdoor games.
From mid-October until Christmas the lodging is closed but you
can come to the farm to visit the gift shop, pumpkin patch and
pick out your own Christmas tree to take home, an ideal way to
start the holiday season.
In warmer months,
activities abound around Lake Belton. Plan a vacation brimming
with lake adventures such as swimming, fishing, boating,
sailing, and water skiing. Throughout the year, nature trails
lend themselves to scenic biking, hiking, and birding, all
just outside your door. At the end of the day, gaze at stars
that are amazingly bright and clear.
one-of-a-kind getaway during your stay at Silo Christmas Tree
Farm, where you can learn about a working farm, enjoy a
variety of outdoor activity, and simply relax.
Christmas Tree Farm is ideal for both those who want to
simply observe as well as those who want to gain hands-on
experience how a working farm operates.
School and church groups, 4-H clubs, and scouting
troops can visit the farm to identify wildflowers, native
trees, birds, and learn about the complete life cycle of a
Tours teach adults and children how tree farmers
plant, fertilize, weed, and shear to prepare for harvest.
Work/study groups can work at the farm, then have a
meeting, hike the nature trails, or play games.