It’s time once again to pick out a Christmas tree, and Pierce County Christmas Tree Farms are ready for you! Whether you are looking for a u-cut Christmas tree or a fresh-cut Christmas tree, you can find one grown locally, along with all the fresh greenery trimmings you need to deck your halls. Here are the 2022 Christmas tree farms in Tacoma and throughout Pierce County.

Double 4 Tree Farm

4203 72nd Street E, Tacoma
November 5-6, 12-13, 19-20: pre-selection
9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
November 25 – December 11: tree pick-up
Saturday-Sundays: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Tuesday-Thursday: 12 p.m. – 4 p.m.

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Double 4 Tree Farm in Tacoma has noble, Nordmann, grand and Fraser fir trees to choose from. Photo courtesy: Double 4 Tree Farm

Reserve your tree at Double 4 Tree Farm in Tacoma the first three weekends in Thanksgiving and then pick it up starting the day after Thanksgiving, November 25! They have over 20,000 trees on their farm, so you are guaranteed a good selection! They have noble, Nordmann, grand and Fraser fir trees to choose from. There will be a selection of fresh-cut trees after November 25 as well, for those who did not pre-select, based on availability.

Be sure to also check out their wreaths, garlands, Christmas crosses and swags. To ensure your tree makes it home and is displayed beautifully, they also have tree stands, tree preservative, watering funnels and tree bags. Don’t forget to check out the holiday shop full of decor and gift items too. They accept cash, Visa and Mastercard. For more information, visit the Double 4 Tree Farm website.

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Holiday U-Cut Christmas Trees in Eatonville have both u-cut and fresh-cut Christmas trees to choose from. Photo courtesy: Holiday U-Cut Christmas Trees

Holiday U-Cut Christmas Trees

39908 Dean Kreger Road E, Eatonville
November 19 – December 17, or until sold out
Friday-Sunday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Holiday U-Cut Christmas Trees in Eatonville have thousands of trees for you to choose from, making it easy to find just the right one. Since 1983 they have been growing noble, Nordmann, Fraser, Douglas, and grand firs. They even have multi-color “painted trees” for those looking for something extra special this year!

If you are not into cutting your own, they do have a selection of fresh-cut Christmas trees, along with wreaths and garlands. Visit the gift shop for holiday décor and gift items. Send a letter to Santa and enjoy candy canes and spiced cider. They accept cash and all major credit and debit cards. For more information, visit the Holiday U-Cut Christmas Trees website.

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Glenwood U-Cut Christmas Tree Farm in Tacoma offers pre-selection on u-cut trees as well as fresh-cut Christmas trees. Photo courtesy: Glenwood U-Cut Christmas Tree Farm

Glenwood U-Cut Christmas Tree Farm

14716 Bingham Avenue E, Tacoma
October 29-November 5: 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
November 25-27: 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

On November 25-27, you can head out to Glenwood U-Cut Christmas Tree Farm to cut down the tree you selected during their pre-select event; choose and cut down a tree that’s still available; or choose from a selection of fresh, pre-cut trees. They have grand, noble, Fraser, Douglas and Nordmann firs.

After getting your tree, warm up with hot cocoa or coffee and one of Peggy’s cookies! They accept cash, check or Venmo. If you choose a tree on this date but don’t want it yet, you can come back December 2-4 to cut your tree then. For more information, visit the Glenwood U-Cut Christmas Tree Farm website.

Shining Star Tree Farm

40605 Meridian E, Eatonville
November 25-27 and December 3-4 or until sold out: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Shining Star Tree Farm, formerly Cox Christmas Trees, will open the day after Thanksgiving for two weekends of tree-hunting fun! The new owners are excited to honor the Cox Christmas Tree farm legacy while bringing in some new additions. Look for their brand-new Christmas tree store, All Things Noel, and their musical light show, Shining Lights. Keep an eye out for Santa as well. He will be around for selfies before his busy season really kicks off.

They will have saws and twine available for u-cut. Free tree shaking and baling are offered. And they even have free candy canes and hot cocoa for the kids. Shining Star Tree Farm in Eatonville has Douglas, Fraser, grand, Nordmann and Noble fir trees.

Want to shop with fewer crowds? They offer a special Wonderland Pass where you can come during November 28-December 2 for special access. The price of the Wonderland Pass is $25 and goes toward the cost of your tree. For more information, visit the Shining Star Tree Farm website.

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Menefee’s Christmas Trees has three locations in the Tacoma area. Photo courtesy: Menefee’s Christmas Trees

Menefee’s Christmas Trees

6th & Stevens, Tacoma
75th & Bridgeport, Tacoma
72nd & McKinley, Tacoma

Menefee’s Christmas Trees will open all three of their lots again this year. Their trees are handpicked from tree farms throughout Washington and Oregon. Check Menefee’s Christmas Trees website for opening dates for each lot.

Ohop Ridge Christmas Tree Farm

40707 Ski Park Road E, Eatonville

The Ohop Ridge Christmas Tree Farm in Eatonville is closed for the 2022 season due to a low number of trees. They will be back next year!

Hillside Tree Farm

12904 198th Avenue E, Bonney Lake

Hillside Tree Farm is now permanently closed. They enjoyed serving the area over the past 33 years.

Harvey’s Harvest Christmas Trees

7304 166th Avenue E, Sumner

Harvey’s Harvest Christmas Trees in Sumner will not be open in 2022 due to low inventory. 

National Forest Trees

If you want to pick out your Christmas tree in the National Forest, be sure to get your permit first! It’s just $5 and lets you get a tree from certain areas in Forks, Hoodsport, Quilcene, Quinault and the Quinault Special Management area. Trees cannot be over 15 feet tall, and there are some other rules, too, so be sure to read through the site before you go. Fourth graders can receive a free permit. Each house is allowed up to five permits. For more information, visit the National Forest website.