This year, we'll be hosting our 2nd annual Tulip Festival to celebrate the splendor of Spring and all of its new beginnings. This is the perfect way to wipe away the winter blues and enjoy giant tulip fields, u-pick flower gardens, farm animals, photo opportunities, the artisan market, food trucks, and a host of family friendly activities. Open to the public each weekend from March 18th - April 2nd, so mark your calendars for this unique festival.
See Y'all There!
Experience the magnificent splendor and captivating beauty spring while enjoying our all new Tulip gardens showcasing various colors across 60,000 Tulips.
Explore the festival and visit the vendor rows of handcrafted art and products by local artists as we support and celebrate artisans in our community.
Try one or several of the amazing food trucks and food vendor booths that are sure to satisfy your taste-buds.
Your perfect opportunity to pick vibrant Tulips from one of our new gardens to take home with you in your very own branded Tulip Festival cup.
Take the photos of your loved ones that you will cherish for years to come as we have designed our festival grounds to provide exquisite photo opportunities all around.
The Dinos are back for the Tulip Festival and there are even more playful dinosaurs to enjoy. This is a unique opportunity to interact with each of these amazing performances each weekend and experience something unforgettable.
Our Dino Shows are presented by our friends at Prehistoric Nation.
About Our Farm
Yule Forest was opened 1983 by Allen and Susie Grant and has since evolved from being just a Christmas tree farm, to including a Pumpkin patch, top-rated haunted attraction, a spring-time Tulip Festival, agricultural and ecological learning experiences, hands-on attractions, and so much more. But that's not all, we are at it again, adding even more in 2023.
Building Family Traditions
Beginning the holidays at Yule Forest is more than just a visit, it is part of a family tradition for our guests. The unforgettable experiences and cherished memories created here are the reasons why people come from all across the Southeast to see us year after year.