Christmas Tree Farm – Top 9

Road-tripping to a Christmas tree farm is one of those unforgettable family memories.

Even artificial Christmas tree fans might be convinced to try out the real thing this year after seeing these gorgeous Christmas tree farms.

1 Hollow Creek Tree Farm

Hollow Creek Tree Farm

Where: Gilbert, South Carolina

Imagine your pretty Christmas ornaments on one of the 11 varieties at the 20-acre Hollow Creek Farm, including Concolor fir, Fraser fir, Leyland cypress, Murray cypress, Carolina Sapphire, Blue Ice cypress, Virginia pine, white pine, red cedar, Deodar cedar, and Thuja ‘Green Giant.’

2 Boyd Mountain Christmas Tree Farm

Boyd Mountain Christmas Tree Farm

Where: Waynesville, North Carolina

This 130-acre tree farm has been in the Boyd family for more than 100 years. At Boyd Mountain, you can cut your own tree, buy pre-cut trees, and even stay on-site in the restored log cabin rentals.

3 Plantation Pines Christmas Tree Farm

Plantation Pines Christmas Tree Farm

Where: Tyler, Texas

Plantation Pines offers two varieties of fir trees this year including Virginia pine trees ($6-7/foot) and Fraser fir trees ($10-12/foot).

4 Evergreen Farms

Evergreen Farms

Where: Elgin, Texas

At Evergreen Farms, expect to see several types of trees including Virginia pine, Leyland cypress, and Arizona cypress. The farm provides all the tools required to measure and cut your trees so that you have a stress-free visit.

5 7 G’s Farm

7 G's Farm

Where: Nicholson, Georgia

Named after the original owners’ seven children (Gail, Greg, Gloria, Gary, Greta, Glenn and Gina), 7 G’s includes more than 6,000 trees on 25 acres.


6 Bluebird Christmas Tree Farm

Bluebird Christmas Tree FarmWhere: Heiskell, Tennessee

Did you know Fraser firs are considered the Cadillac of Christmas trees because they have the best aroma and keep their dark green color for longer than others? Bluebird offers Frasers as well as five other tree varieties including Leyland Cypress, which is seen in the photo.

7 Old Time Christmas Tree Farm

Old Time Christmas Tree Farm

Where: Spring, Texas

Take a hayride out to the fields to cut your own tree at Old Time. After finding the perfect tree, your kiddos can get their picture taken with Santa.

8 Romance Christmas Tree Farm

Romance Christmas Tree Farm

Where: Romance, Arkansas

This farm will pre-tag your tree free of charge, so you can reserve it as early as October 15. And when you’re ready to take it home, Romance Christmas Tree Farm wraps your selected tree in festive red and green netting so that it stays safe and secure on top of your car.

9 Thornhill Christmas Tree Farm

Thornhill Christmas Tree Farm

Where: Pisgah, Alabama

Make visiting Thornhill an annual family tradition. You can cut live trees for $8 per foot, and while you’re at it, pick out a fresh wreath to decorate your front door.


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