Before you can decorate and rock around your Christmas tree, you’ve got to choose the very best one! Find the perfect focal point for your holiday festivities—and start a new family tradition—by visiting one of these Christmas tree farms where you can pick and cut your very own tree-rrific fir, spruce, pine, and more.
Located just a short drive from and , boasts thousands of fresh trees in four different offerings including Douglas Fir, Concolor Fir, Colorado Blue Spruce, and Norway Spruce.
outside of boasts five to 14-foot Fraser Fir trees starting at $40. Choose to cut it down yourself, or get a helping hand from their friendly staff.
Locals can stop by this and pick out their tree as early as November 17. (Don’t worry—your fresh cut will last until Christmas if you follow their expert tips.) And while you’re there, your family can enjoy complimentary hot cocoa, cider, and hayrides through the scenic fields.
Starting on November 23, visitors can stop by this to take home their very own Virginia Pine or Leyland Cypress. And to really get into the holiday spirit, plan to visit on a Sunday when you can check out their on-site church services prior to tree shopping.
Though Fraser Firs aren’t common in Louisiana, visitors can still enjoy the traditional choice thanks to , which ships them in from out of state. If you prefer to cut down your own tannenbaum and get the full experience, don’t worry! There are still six or more types grown on the property and available for cutting every year.
You can begin your holly jolly festivities as early as October at this 33-acre . Their tagging season, which begins on the sixth of October, lets shoppers claim their tree early in the season and then come back to cut it, so it’s fresh for holiday celebrations at home.
has evolved over the course of its 100-year history and now offers visitors three types of Yuletide trees: Pine, Cypress, and Fraser Fir. The establishment also features hayrides, craft fairs, and more fun events on the property, making it the perfect December family outing.
Be sure to set aside some time for festive photographs at this family-friendly . Once you’ve selected your tree from one of the three types offered, visit Santa and his fleet of reindeer, which are available on site for photos.
Journey just 20 minutes from and you’ll find with Noble Firs, Turkish Firs, Norman Firs, and Border Collie Firs starting at $69. Before you visit, be sure to charge up your camera or phone so you can snap the picturesque setting, which has been featured in several ads and campaigns.
While there are plenty of traditional options you can cut and take home from , the establishment . Choose any fresh tree you want, and they’ll customize it in your choice of color. For just $3 per foot, you can get your very own purple, silver, pink, or blue beauty.
With more than 25,000 trees grown over 30 acres, you’re bound to find one perfect for your abode from this . Select your favorite from their assortment of Norman Firs, Noble Firs, Swift Silvers, Fraser Firs, and White Firs, and they’ll wrap it up for you to take home.
With handmade wreaths, holiday bows, tree stands, and thousands of tannenbaums to choose from (including 12-foot tall stunners!), this has everything you need to decorate your home for the holidays.
Skip the crowded mall and get your share of Christmas cheer with Santa at this . Saint Nick stops by the 70-acre tree farm every Saturday and Sunday throughout the holiday season, so you can check off two Yuletide traditions at once.
Plan your trip to this for the weekend to enjoy free hayrides, refreshments, and tailgate fun, or opt to go during the week and take advantage of their discounted prices. Either way, you’ll have nine fragrant and beautiful varieties to peruse.
Bundle up and get ready to tour through 185 acres of countryside on a horse-drawn carriage at this charming . With carolers, a festive gift shop, and freshly baked foods prepared on site, you’ll be feeling merry in no time.
Take your pick from one of five varieties offered at this 54-acre including Fraser Fir, White Pine, Balsam Fir, Korean Fir, and Blue Spruce. Once you’ve cut your tree and worked up an appetite, stop by one of their food trucks to refuel.
Santa will be proud of your purchase from this 20-acre , which uses a portion of their profits from every tree purchase to provide holiday meals to Gleaners Community Food Bank of Southeastern Michigan. It's just the sort of thing to get you off the naughty list!
Kick off the most wonderful time of the year with a visit to this on their opening day. Stop by on November 23 for hayrides, hot cocoa, local fares, gift shopping, and much more. Plus, you can bring your dog along, so the entire family can enjoy some outdoor fun together.
Before you set out on your horse-drawn wagon ride, which takes you to this ’s impressive , load up with donuts, hot cocoa, and more tasty treats in their barn and concessions areas. And while you’re there, be sure to take plenty of cute snaps, so you have something special to submit to their annual Christmas photography contest.
Though their tree cutting season is short (just two days!), offers a ton of free activities, making it worth a visit. Stop by the destination on the first weekend of December to find your perfect tree and enjoy their complimentary wagon rides, petting zoo, bounce house, craft station, snacks, and more.