Holiday Tree Farms near Portland
Cut Your Own Tree and Take it Home!
Holiday Tree Farms open for the season Thanksgiving Weekend. Due to supply shortage, hours and dates of operation may be limited. Please check with tree farms for updated hours and tree availability.
When the last leaf has fallen and the Thanksgiving feast is over, it’s time to visit one of Tualatin Valley’s many holiday tree farms. Breathe in the fresh air and cut your own tree, select a pre-cut tree or just join in on the holiday festivities.
Family farming in Tualatin since 1869, Lee Farms offers a variety of fresh produce, jams, preserves, seasonal decorations and family fun throughout the year. This holiday season, cut your own tree, enjoy holiday festivities and more at this iconic local farm.
Cut your own or pick from pre-cut trees at Furrow Farm The u-cut selection includes Noble, Grand, Douglas, Nordmann, and Balsam Firs. Pick from wreaths, garlands and, mistletoe too. You can warm up from your winter adventure with free hot cocoa and candy canes.
You got the perfect pumpkin, now find the perfect tree! Plumper Pumpkin Patch and Tree Farm offers u-cut, pre-cut and help cutting your choice of tree. They have Douglas, Noble, Grand and Nordmanns as well as wreaths, garland and tinsel. Stop by the farm store for a hot drink and local products.
Parry’s Tree Farm offers a variety of U-cut and We-cut trees, including: Noble, Grand and Fraser Firs, as well as Nordmann and Blue Spruce. Come for the trees and get free coffee, hot chocolate and spiced cider. Parry’s also sells wreaths and boughs.
Loch Lolly Christmas Forest is a 35-acre U-cut and pre-cut Christmas tree farm with more than 30,000 trees to choose from. Among the trees sits a gift, wreath and greenery shop. U-cut/pre-cut trees include: Noble, Grand and Douglas Firs, as well as Fraser and Nordmann.
The unique holiday shop, Sleighbells Gift Shop, allows you pick your own tree, and shop for all of the decorations, too, in one stop!
Get into the holiday season spirit by hunting down the perfect Christmas tree. Whether this is a annual holiday tradition or a new adventure in an atypical year, picking a tree is a great way to start the season off right.
COVID-19 note: Face coverings are required in all indoor and outdoor areas where physical distancing is not possible. Farms may also have specific rules. Please check websites and social media before you visit.
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