The 10 Best Christmas Tree Farms in Pennsylvania! By
Building memories is an important part of any holiday season, and Christmas gives you the opportunity to share a unique experience with your family. If you’ve never visited a tree farm and picked out your very own tree, then it’s time to start a new tradition. And if you’re looking for a new great place to shop with reasonable prices, you’ll find a list of the 10 best Christmas tree farms in Pennsylvania below. Merry Christmas!
Located in Fairchance, Pennsylvania, Quarter Pine Christmas Tree Farm is open every day from Thanksgiving until Christmas from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Bring the whole family to help pick out the Christmas tree this year from the many freshly cut trees on the property. With over 100,000 trees, you’re bound to find your favorite. If you like the idea of cutting your own, you can do that, too. Or you can choose a live potted tree to plant outside after the holidays. Trees range in size from six to nine feet, and prices are reasonable.
Value, quality, and exceptional service is what you can expect at Brown’s Tree Farm in Muncy, Pennsylvania, when you visit. Come down and choose your family’s tree from the wide selection of Douglas, Fraser, Canaan, and Concolor firs or Colorado Blue Spruce. Table top trees are also available for those who like their trees a little on the smaller size. Whatever your evergreen needs this year, you’ll find what you need at Brown’s Tree Farm.
The mission at Bertovich Christmas Tree Farm in Industry, Pennsylvania, is first and foremost customer service with the goal of helping families find the best and most beautiful Christmas tree for their holiday. This family-owned farm isn’t new to farming, but planted their first trees in the 1980s. They love the idea of being part of your holiday traditions, so they make sure everyone has a good time, from the youngest to the oldest. If you choose to cut your own tree, they’ll take you out to the field on a tractor-driven wagon and help you choose just the right tree.
Located just south of Pittsburgh, in Washington, Pennsylvania, Candle Tree Farm is a choose and cut farm where you can ride into the field on a wagon and select from 8 varieties of trees that include pine, spruce, and fir varieties. Once you have your perfect tree, stop by the barn for a delicious cup of hot chocolate or coffee and pick out a beautiful wreath to compliment your tree. Enter their annual contest to win a free Christmas tree by sending a photograph of your tree when you get it home and decorated.
Make plans to visit Pine Hill Farms in Evans City, Pennsylvania, to choose your family Christmas tree this year. If you haven’t been to Pine Hill Farms before, you don’t know what you’re missing! Free hayrides for the kids, and a great selection of Fraser fir, concolor fir, blue spruce, Norway spruce, and scotch pines start at $25. If you want to keep your tree after the holidays, they have balled and burlaped trees, too. If you’re looking for pine boughs and wreaths to adorn your doorways and stairs, they have those, too.
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It's a family tradition! Round up the kids and take a trip to Palmer Christmas Tree Farm to pick out the perfect one for your home this Christmas. Palmer offers both choose and cut and freshly pre-cut options with tree varieties ranging from Douglas fir and Fraser fir to Norway spruce and white pine.
From Christmas trees to wreaths and holly to a gift shop full of sweet treats, ornaments, and more, Cypher’s Christmas Tree Farm in Butler, Pennsylvania, is a great place to bring the family for a fun holiday experience. Choose from three varieties of fir trees, blue spruce, or white pine, and saws are available for your use. You can’t beat the prices here, and if you want to plant your tree after the holidays, they offer live balled and burlaped trees.
Want your house to be filled with the fresh scent of pine this holiday season? Visit McClimans Family Christmas Tree Farm. Located in Jamestown, Pennsylvania, you’ll make memories with your family be bringing them with you to enjoy picking out your tree. You know you’re getting a quality tree and friendly staff will make sure your selection is free from loose needles and netted for the ride home. This small family-owned business sells out early, so come before the trees are all gone!
The year was 1949, and father and son Jessie and James Love decided to start a tree farm where specially grown Christmas trees and other nursery products would be available to the public. Taken over in 1997 and re-established by their grandson, Love’s Christmas Tree Farm in Spartansburg, Pennsylvania, continues the tradition of helping families create a special tradition of their own where everyone is encouraged to visit the farm all year round. The whole family will enjoy the walking trails and great locations for family photos. After picking out your tree, you can treat yourself to free hot chocolate and sit around a warm fire. It’s never too late to start a new tradition.
Over 70 acres of evergreen and deciduous trees can be found on the family-owned and operated McConnell’s Christmas Tree Farm in New Castle, Pennsylvania. Trees range in size and you can wander the farm seeking the perfect tree to cut yourself, or you can choose one of the pre-cut trees available on site. They provide hand saws and even measure, wrap, and secure it on your vehicle. Stop by the gift barn and look at the great wreaths, pine ropes, swags, centerpieces, and poinsettias. Don’t forget your camera for those special moments, and sip a cup of hot chocolate before you leave.