Cedar Run Farm

Fresh From The Farm

WV Maple Syrup and Christmas Tree Farm | Cedar Run Farm

Cedar Run Farm is proud to offer:

  • Pure West Virginia Maple Syrup
  • Live, Cut Christmas Trees (available in December)
  • Original Arts & Crafts (available at select shows)

From the sweet, delicious taste of pure maple syrup, to the fresh scent of pine at Christmas, Cedar Run Farm works to bring nature's bounty direct to you. The family farm, near the small town of Friendly, WV, in Pleasants County, combines rich soil, traditional and modern harvesting techniques, and lots of old-fashioned hard work to create quality products for your family.

Upcoming Event: Farm To Table Dinner

WV Maple Syrup and Christmas Tree Farm | Cedar Run Farm

September 7, 2019
We are now taking reservations for our first annual Farm to Table Dinner at Cedar Run Farm. The event will begin at 5:00 p.m. for those wishing to have a tour of our sugar house where we produce our pure maple syrup. The tour will be immediately followed by a mingle with hors d' oeuvres at 5:30 p.m. Dinner will be served family style at 6:00 p.m. The menu for the evening will consist of seasonal fare prepared by local chef Kris Lenard of The Boxcar. Entertainment to be provided by local musicians. The cost is $60 per person for the event. Seating is limited to 70 guests. See Events for more details or call (304) 410-6315 to purchase your tickets.

Meet The Family

WV Maple Syrup and Christmas Tree Farm | Cedar Run Farm

Debbie and Bill Metz, their son, Chris and his wife Betsy, daughter, Angie and husband Billy, plus grandkids Kyle, Tucker, Abby (and someday little Ian) all pitch in to help where needed, especially during tree planting and at harvest time. It's not always a flurry of activity, waiting for the sap to start running and the Christmas trees to grow can take a lot of patience. Debbie occupies her time creating Arts & Crafts. She has been found to paint on about any surface from chairs and tables to gourds and buckets. If it doesn't move, its fair game. We sure hope Bill doesn't nap too long.

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Maple Syrup
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