The pumpkins have been carved and the candy collected. Now it’s time to find the perfect Christmas tree to deck the halls! You don’t have to go too far to find some of the best trees in the state. Pick your perfect evergreen, and then shop for all the wreaths, greenery, ornaments and gifts you need to make your home sparkle. Here is the 2021 guide to Christmas Tree Farms in Pierce County.
Hillside Tree Farm
12904 198th Avenue E, Bonney Lake
November 26 until sold out
The Hillside Tree Farm has been providing Christmas Trees to Pierce County families since 1989. They have a warm fire on the weekend and hot drinks throughout the season. Take cash, as they do not accept cards. They offer grand, noble, Douglas and Shasta red fir trees. Call for more information.
Glenwood U-Cut Christmas Tree Farm
14716 Bingham Avenue E, Tacoma
November 6: pre-selection
November 26-28, other dates TBD based on inventory
Bring the family and cut down your own tree at the Glenwood U-Cut Christmas Tree Farm in Tacoma. They have many types of trees, including all the favorites like grand, Noble, Fraser, Douglas and Nordmann firs.
After you work up an appetite cutting your tree, grab some of Peggy’s cookies, hot cocoa and coffee. They have other sweet treats for you to enjoy as well. Pre-selection is going on now!
Holiday U-Cut Christmas Trees
39908 Dean Kreger Road E, Eatonville
November 20 – December 12, or until sold out
Holiday U-Cut Christmas Trees has thousands of trees for you to choose from, so you are sure to find the perfect one. While you can u-cut, they do have a selection of fresh-cut trees, as well as wreaths and garland. Choose from noble, grand, Fraser, Douglas or Nordmann firs.
After you pick out your evergreen, head to the gift shop for gifts and holiday décor. They will be a place for kids to write letters to Santa, hot spiced cider and candy canes. For more information, visit the Holiday U-Cut Christmas Trees website.
Double 4 Tree Farm
4203 72nd Street E, Tacoma
November 6: pre-selection
November 26 – December 14: tree pick-up
Double 4 Tree Farm will have Douglas, grand, Nordmann and noble firs this year. They have fresh-cut trees waiting for you, or you can head out onto the farm yourself and pre-select your very own tree! Pre-selection is happening now, so head on out to find the perfect Christmas Tree. They also have noble fir wreaths, stands, preservatives and tree bags. More information is on the Double 4 Tree Farm website.
Ohop Ridge Christmas Tree Farm
40707 Ski Park Road E, Eatonville
November 26-November 28
If you’re looking for a natural tree, especially a big one, head to Ohop Ridge Christmas Tree Farm for their Christmasfest. This year is a transitional year for them, which means they have some large Christmas Trees for just $50. Looking for the perfect 12-foot Christmas tree? How about 25-foot or even taller? They have them! They also have other trees in varying sizes that will be individually priced. They have over 6,000 trees and nine varieties on 20 acres, so you are sure to find the one to centerpiece your holiday.
Santa will be visiting this year, and they will be following all CDC and local guidelines for COVID-19. They will have hand sanitizer available. In addition to the jolly ol’ elf, they will offer tractor rides, a mobile coffee trailer, vendors and even an outdoor scavenger hunt for the kids. Learn more at the Ohop Ridge Christmas Tree Farm website.
Harvey’s Harvest Christmas Trees
7304 166th Avenue E, Sumner
November 27 – December 12
If you love the tradition of cutting down your own tree, head to Harvey’s Harvest Christmas Trees. This u-cut tree farm has helpful workers who can guide you in the process in case you haven’t done it before. They have grand, Nordmann, Douglas, and noble fir and Scots Pine and Colorado Blue Spruce to choose from. Once you have your tree, they will bail it and provide twine to secure it to your car. Then, enjoy a cup of cocoa, spiced cider or coffee around the fire. For more information, visit the Harvey’s Harvest Christmas Trees website.
Cox Christmas Trees
40605 Meridian E, Eatonville
November 26 – 28 and December 4 – 5
Cox Christmas Trees has grand, noble, Fraser, Douglas and Nordmann firs for you to choose from, as tall as 14 feet. Be sure to check out their wreaths, pinecones and other décor, as well as tree stands. Free candy canes for the kids are always a hit and warm up with complimentary cider and coffee! For more information, visit the Cox Christmas Trees website.
Open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., find saws, shakers and baling to bring your tree home easily. There are restrooms on-site and a large parking lot. Please wear face coverings while in the barn and no dogs are allowed.
Green Acres Christmas Tree Farm
11025 36th Street East, Edgewood
November 26, weekends only
Green Acres Christmas Tree Farm has Douglas, grand, Nordmann, and noble firs ranging from two to 25 feet! Trees are individually priced. Once you pick out your tree, they have saws, knee mats and twine to get your evergreen home safely. Masks must be worn at all times for everyone’s safety and peace of mind. For more information, visit the Green Acres Christmas Tree Farm website.
Snowshoe Evergreen Christmas Tree Farm
13921 McCutcheon Rd. E, Orting
November 29-December 10
Snowshoe Evergreen Christmas Tree Farm will be closed for Christmas tree sales for the 2021 season to allow their soil to rest and rejuvenate. They wish to thank everyone for allowing them to be a part of your Christmas traditions.
They will, however, still be stilling wreaths, greens, poinsettias, ornaments, decorations and gifts out of their small retail barn! Visit them to deck the halls after you have found the perfect Christmas tree. Check out the Snowshoe Evergreen Christmas Tree Farm website for details.
Menefee’s Christmas Trees
6th & Stevens, Tacoma
75th & Bridgeport, Tacoma
72nd & McKinley, Tacoma
Menefee’s Christmas Trees will be opening all three of their lots again this year. Their trees are handpicked from tree farms throughout Washington and Oregon. Check their website for opening dates for each lot.
National Forest Trees
You can head to the woods to find that perfect Christmas tree, as long as you have a permit for our local National Forests. For Just $5, you can get a Christmas Tree Permit. Each house is allowed up to five permits. Fourth graders can receive a free permit. Trees cannot be taller than 15 feet. For more information, visit the National Forest website.