Frequently Asked Questions
Welcome to our frequently asked questions page. Hopefully, you will find the answer to your question here. If not, please send us an e-mail, or just come by the lot!

Our e-mail is scoutschristmastrees@gmail.com.

Can we come to the lot to pick our tree?

Yes, we are fully open for you to come to the lot to pick your tree

Where is the North Shore Scouts Christmas Tree Lot?

The Tree Lot is in West Vancouver, located just WEST OF LONDON DRUGS – PARK ROYAL NORTH.   VIEW ON MAP.

How much do the trees cost?

Tree cost depends on height and species.  Check out the “Trees” page for details and to find out what species we are selling right now.

Do you deliver and how much does delivery cost?

YES!  Delivery costs $35 or $45, depending on the tree height.

Do you sell tree stands?

YES!  We also sell preservative and provide tree bags.

Where do the trees come from?

Every tree on the Lot was raised by a local, British Columbia tree grower.

What happens to the funds raised?

Funds raised support scouting programs for boys and girls on the North Shore, including:

  • Subsidies for youth registration, uniforms and supplies
  • Fees for activities, including field trips and camps
  • Tents, stoves and other camping equipment
  • Rental space for meetings
  • Training for Leaders
Who are the people who work at the North Shore Scouts Christmas Tree Lot?

The Tree Lot is a joint volunteer fundraising effort involving five North Shore Scout Troops.  We are very proud of our dedicated, hardworking, and downright amazing Beavers, Cubs, Scouts, Venturers and Rovers, as well as all the parent volunteers. We know you will enjoy meeting them!

Check out the “N.S. Scouts” page to learn more about North Shore Scouts and the programs we offer.

Has the North Shore Scouts Christmas Tree Lot really been here for over half a century?

Yes – actually, we celebrated our 67th anniversary in 2022!  Some of the sweetest moments for us at the Tree Lot are when we get to meet the children of parents who came to the Tree Lot when they were children themselves, to select a tree for the family to enjoy over the holidays.