Silver Bells is located just outside of Silverton Oregon above the city's reservoir. Our Christmas trees are located on both edges of Silver Creek Canyon which begins at Silver Creek Falls State Park, 4 miles upstream. The canyon property is dedicated to timber and wildlife.
This is a aerial photo of a section of our property (inside the red). At the top of the photo is the Silverton reservoir that Silver Creek runs into. The green area in the middle is steep canyon ground with timber. The top of the canyon flattens out, this is where we plant our Christmas trees. The switch back road in the middle of the canyon leads to our aggregate rock pit which supplies the gravel for our 20 miles of roads.

Directions to Silver Bells Tree Farm
Silverton, Oregon

Please call: (503)873-2036 (Office) or (503)209-0204 (Charlie’s cell)

Directions when coming North on I-5:
1) Heading North on I-5, take the Kuebler Blvd. Exit (Exit 252) at Salem.
2) Turn right off this exit (east) onto Kuebler Blvd.
3) Stay on Kuebler (which becomes Cordon Rd.) until you reach Silverton Rd. (7.3 miles).
4) Turn right (east) onto Silverton Rd. and travel approximately 8.7 miles to Silverton.

Directions when coming South on I-5:
1) Heading South on I-5, take the Keizer/Chemawa Rd. Exit (Exit 260B) just before Salem.
2) Turn left off Exit 260 (east) onto Chemawa Rd. (which becomes Hazelgreen Rd.) and go 5.8 miles to Howell Prairie Rd.
3) Turn right (south) onto to Howell Prairie and go 1.2 miles to Silverton Rd.
4) Turn left (east) onto Silverton Rd. and go 4.5 miles to Silverton.

Directions to Main Shipping Yard From Silverton:
1) Follow truck route into Silverton to Hwy. 214 south (south on Water St.).
2) Travel 6.3 miles south on Hwy 214.
3) Shipping yard is on left. Large graveled area at 2480 Silver Falls Drive (Hwy 214). Look for Silver Bells sign.



Nestled in the lower elevation of Oregon's Cascade Mountains lies a temperate rain forest. It is here that the Trail of Ten Falls/Canyon Trail can be found. silver_fallsThe Canyon Trail and the falls descend to a forest floor covered with ferns, mosses, and wildflowers. You will also find stands of Douglas fir, hemlock, and cedar. While thousands visit the park every year, it is large enough for you to find quiet places to sit and watch for birds.

The Canyon Trail is a nationally recognized trail system that leads hikers along the banks of the north and south forks of Silver Creek. It takes you to 10 majestic waterfalls, ranging from the grand South Falls (177 feet), to the delicate Drake Falls (27 feet). Four of these falls have an amphitheater-like surrounding where you can walk behind the falls and feel the misty, crisp spray.