How will the COVID-19 pandemic affect your annual trip to William's Tree Farm in Rockton? We now have the answers.

For many Stateline area families, the Christmas season doesn't really begin, until you've made a trip to Williams' for a tree, decorations and a sit-down on Santa's lap.

William's Tree Farm, 4661 Yale Bridge Rd. in Rockton, has been fielding many calls about whether or not they'll be open this year, and if so, what will it look like.

In the video below, that the farm shared on their Facebook page, those questions and many more get answered.

First, the big news. William's Tree Farm will be opening on November 14.

There will be some changes you'll notice right away. They're putting up hot cocoa huts on both sides of Yale Bridge road, for drinks and other treats.  On some days, there will be food truck and also days when they will be serving their hotdogs and chili.

You'll find heated tents around the farm for opportunities to spread out and relax with family. There will also be more wagons to take you to and from the fields. Horse-drawn carriage rides will also be available by reservation only.

Watch the video to hear more about the changes William's Tree Farm will be making to make it safe and extra special, this year.

If you don't already, you should follow William's Tree Farm on Facebook. On their page, you'll see that they're also making big changes to my absolute favorite spot, the gift shop area.

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