15 Best Christmas Tree Farms in America!

It's that time of year again! The holiday season is in full swing, and with it comes the beloved American tradition of choosing a Christmas tree. And when it comes to Christmas trees, nothing compares to the feeling of cutting down your own. So gather your friends and family, don your hat and mittens, and get your hot cocoa ready. Here are our 15 favorite Christmas tree farms in America.

Battenfeld's Christmas Tree Farm, Red Hook, NY

Just two hours from New York City and on a mountain, Battenfeld's Christmas Tree Farm is a favorite spot for families to cut down their annual Christmas tree. They come in varieties like blue spruce, balsam fir, and white pine, to name a few.

Blake Farms, Armada, MI

Blake Farms is fun in any season! This cider mill and Christmas tree farm offer free wagon rides and tree cleaning for holiday revelers. Stop by the cider tasting room and café when you're finished, or shop for wreaths and Christmas decorations in the gift shop.

Williams Tree Farm, Rockton, IL

Browse over 350 acres to find your Christmas tree at Williams Tree Farm. You'll be greeted by the smell of pine and take a wagon to the fields led by Clydesdale horses. Back at the cabin, kids pet reindeer, and families can warm up by the fire with some fresh fudge from the Candy Corner.

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Twinsberry Tree Farm, Shreve, OH

This award-winning Christmas tree farm is family-owned and operated and grows only pesticide-free spruce, fir, and pine trees on a 40-acre farm. Trees range in size from four-feet to 20-feet tall, and they also sell beautiful wreaths and other Christmas decorations.

Tom Sawyer Christmas Tree Farm & Elf Village, Glenville, NC

Tom Sawyer's Christmas Tree Farm and Elf Village is the ideal family-friendly farm where you may cut your own tree and engage the kids in seasonal activities. The farm, founded by a real person named Tom Sawyer, comes to life every Christmas with the addition of Elf Village, a set of small, fanciful houses for children to explore.

The Russell Farm, Starksboro, VT

Take a horse-drawn sleigh to the balsam fir Christmas tree fields for a true Vermont winter experience. The Russell Farm's cabin sells homemade cookies, maple syrup, and Christmas wreaths, and it also has a warm, crackling fire.

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Hann's Christmas Farm, Oregon, WI

With six types of Christmas trees on offer, including spruces, firs, and pines, Hann's is a popular tree farm in Wisconsin. But many people also visit for the full holiday experience, which includes woodworkers making home décor, a gift shop, hot cider, and a Holiday Haystack Playground for the kids.

Oney's Tree Farm, Woodstock, IL

The "oldest and largest" tree farm in northern Illinois, Oney's Tree Farm has been open for over 50 years. The farm grows nine different varieties on 60 acres of land, and offers free sleigh rides and lots of holiday shopping and family activities in the historic barn.

Trinity Tree Farm, Issaquah, WA

This quaint, family-oriented farm sits atop a hill, with 40 acres of beautiful Christmas trees. Four different fir tree varieties are on offer, and complimentary handsaws are provided. Back at the log cabin gift shop, families can enjoy fire pits, train rides for kids, Santa visits, food, and 1955 antique fire engine to take pictures with.

Rainy Mountain Farms, Sandy, OR

Located at the foot of Mount Hood, Rainy Mountain Farms is known for its huge, beautiful Blue Spruce and Noble Christmas trees. Cut down as much as you want, and they will use the rest of the tree to make wreaths and boughs. While there, enjoy hot chocolate and check out the goats, bucks, and firewood.

Richardson Christmas Tree Farm, Spring Grove, IL

With free wagon rides and free coffee or hot cocoa, it's easy to see why Richardson Christmas Tree Farm is a family favorite. Visitors choose from seven tree varieties and enjoy kettle corn, homemade fudge, and donuts in the heated barn.

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Candy Cane Christmas Tree Farm, Oxford, MI

Candy Cane Christmas Tree Farm is the place to go if you want a premium, eco-friendly Christmas tree. Hand shaping and drip watering are the sustainable farming methods used to grow the most environmentally friendly trees. Hot cider and hot cocoa are served in the barn as you peruse their freshly crafted handcrafted wreaths, garlands, and other holiday d├ęcor.

Pinecrest Christmas Tree Farm, Galien, MI

Families who visit Pinecrest for "Choose & Cut" trees can choose from six varieties, including firs, spruces, and pines. There is a large Christmas shop and both horse and tractor rides out to the fields. The family-owned and operated farm has been expanding.

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2. Boyd Mountain Christmas Tree Farm, Waynesville, NC

Boyd Mountain Christmas Tree Farm specializes in "Choose N' Cut" Fraser firs, which means you choose the tree and the professionals cut it down. Grab some hot cocoa or cider, and don't forget that the family dog is also welcome on a leash.

15. Ellms Family Farm, Ballston Spa, NY

With balsam firs, Fraser firs, concolor firs, and blue spruce Christmas trees, Ellms Family Farm has a lot to offer families in the Saratoga area. Holiday visitors enjoy free hot cocoa, trolley rides, and tree baling if needed. Enjoy a light lunch and homemade cider donuts, and visit Santa and the new "chicken carolers."

This text was created by the author with the assistance of GPT-3, a large-scale language generation model developed by OpenAI. The author reviewed, edited, and revised the draft language to their satisfaction and is fully responsible for the content of this publication.

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