Where to Get Christmas Trees in Washington State
The holiday season is right around the corner, and that means family meals, a break from work and school, and for many Washington families, picking out their Christmas tree. Washington state is home to many tree farms where you can cut your own Christmas tree to get into the holiday spirit. If you are looking for some of the best tree nurseries in Washington State, we’re here to help. Try some of these local favorites for your U-Cut Christmas tree this year.
Tree Farms To Cut Your Own Christmas Tree Near Seattle
Trinity Tree Farm: Located in Issaquah, Trinity Tree Farm offers both pre-cut and U cut Christmas trees. With over 40 acres of Douglas Firs, Grand Firs, Noble Firs, and Fraser Firs, this family owned and operated farm has a wide variety of trees to choose from. They also offer complimentary hand saws and assistance with cutting and loading trees if needed.
Keith and Scott Tree Farm: This North Bend Christmas tree farm has five different kinds of trees across many acres of family farm land. You can choose from trees of all sizes ranging from table top trees to hundreds of evergreens standing over 12 feet tall. They also offer hot cider and fire pits to warm up around after you select your tree.
Alpine U Cut: For those living on the south end or would like to make a day trip out of your Christmas tree adventure, Alpine U Cut is a great place to go. Located in Bremerton, this farm has over 100,000 trees and 150 acres of land. They also offer cutting and loading assistance as well as warm beverages, saws, wreaths, and garlands.
Redwood Christmas Tree Farm: For a fun family experience without having to go too far from the city, Redwood Christmas Tree Farm in Redmond is the place for you. They offer Douglas Fir, Noble Fir, Grand Fir and Fraser Fir trees as well as expert staff who are happy to help you select the right tree for your home this holiday season.
Crown Tree Farm: This family-run farm in the heart of North Bend offers a great experience for anyone looking to cut their own authentic Christmas tree. They also sell unique ornaments and decorations and offer complimentary cookies, candy canes, and beverages to all tenants. If you are hoping to get your tree early this year, Crown Tree Farm is one of the first to open on November 18th!
Christmas Creek Tree Farm: This North Bend farm is another ideal location to get your Christmas tree this year. They offer four types of trees as well as hand-cut wreaths and garlands to brighten up your home. Their farm has a number of walking trails visitors are welcome to explore, as well as visits from Santa and his elves.
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