About Piper Mountain
Since 1978, Piper Mountain Farm has been growing balsam firs rooted in tradition and Christmas spirit. The Corliss family created a one-of-a-kind place full of family fun and cheer. What started as a few balsams in their backyard grew into 30 acres of Christmas Trees. Wreaths and trees from Piper Mountain have won numerous awards, and Jim and Norma Corliss have even gotten to present First Lady Laura Bush with an 18-foot Christmas Tree for the Blue Room!
Husband and wife Mac and Anne McCullen joined the Piper Mountain family in 2017. After two seasons of observing and helping out on the farm, Mac and Anne started running the farm in 2019. Now retired, Jim and Norma Corliss live nearby and continue to offer support, advice and holiday cheer for the farm.
Owners Mac & Anne McCullen
Owner Mac McCullen is no stranger to the land, growing up in a rural community where he spent most of his youth hunting, fishing, and working on a local dairy farm, before beginning his 36-year career in the United States Navy. When they’re not shearing, pruning, mowing, or thinking about Christmas, Mac and Anne enjoy playing ice hockey, antiquing, and exploring new places. The McCullens will continue to have the support of the Corliss’ this Christmas season, and they’re excited to make new memories at Piper Mountain!
As a Homegrown By Heroes certified organization, we are passionate about giving back to our community of veterans. We actively participate in Boots 2 Roots, and Trees for Troops. If you have other ways to give back, or if you are interested in running a fundraiser for a local cause, please reach out. We’d love to participate in any way we can!Let's Talk