Best Christmas Tree Farms in PA | Cut Your Own | Prices | 2022

Christmas Tree Farms in PA

If you are planning a traditional holiday season, then you’ll want to know more about these Christmas Tree Farms that are ideal for choosing and cutting your own holiday tree. My family loves the classic tradition of going out with the kids to cut down a tree.

I love them for so many reasons. For the most part, they are quiet. It makes for a really nice holiday activity that isn’t total sensory overload.

Best Christmas Tree Farms Pennsylvania

Cut Your Own Christmas Tree PA

Due to the pandemic, you will want to visit the website or give these Christmas Tree Farms in PA a call before visiting. Especially if cutting down your own tree is important to you. My guess is that some do not want to be bothered with cleaning and disinfecting the saws after each customer (could increase chances of rusting) so they may have their own folks doing it this year.

Christmas Tree Farms in Pennsylvania

The list below is just a portion of the more popular Pennslyvania Christmas tree farms. You should also ask around to friends, neighbors, and family throughout the state to find their favorite places to visit for cutting down a fresh real Christmas tree this holiday season.

Real Christmas Tree Prices

How much does a real Christmas Tree Cost? It can and does vary from year to year. Like most other agricultural products, weather and supply and demand play a huge role. Will real Christmas trees be popular this year? Or will families want to order one online and have it delivered? Only time will tell.

I have seen the prices range from $10 a tree, to $9 per foot. Which reminds me–don’t forget to recheck your ceiling height before you go. Sometimes when you’re out in the middle of a tree farm, it can be hard to picture the Christmas tree in your living room or family room.

Beck Tree Farms

Beck Tree Farms in Hamburg, PA, open up the day after Thanksgiving for the holiday season. This family owned and operated Christmas tree farm is a popular choice of a smaller farm that is nice for families to visit. Farm animals, hot cocoa, and an occasional Santa Claus appearance make this a hit with local families. Their variety is smaller, so visit early in the season to pick your tree. Prices begin around $40 but go up to the $80 range depending on the size and type of tree you choose. They do accept cash and credit. Berks County

Beck’s Christmas Tree Farm

Located in Slatington, PA, Beck’s Christmas Tree Farm is another great choice for families. Santa Claus is on the premises on Saturday and Sunday starting the weekend after Thanksgiving each year. They carry Blue Spruce, Concolor Fir, Douglas Fir, and Fraser Fir trees ranging from 4′ to 12′ tall. With all trees coming in at only $45, this is a great budget-friendly option. Northampton County

Schmidt’s Tree Farm

This one is our family favorite! Over 40 years in business, the Schmidt’s Tree Farm is another family owned and operated business that offers great trees in the Landenberg, PA area. With an extensive gift shop, free coffee and hot cocoa, and real live reindeer on site, it is a great location to take the family. Pricing is not listed on their website, but you can contact easily with more questions. They carry Fraser Fir, Concolor Fir, Canaan Fir, Nordmann Fir, Douglas Fir, Norway Spruce, Colorado Spruce, and Blue Spruce varieties. Chester County

Crystal Spring Tree Farm

Lehighton is the home of Crystal Spring Tree Farm that boasts the largest variety of trees in Eastern, Pennsylvania. They are well-known for providing holiday trees for the White House and Rockefeller Center. While pricing is not listed online, the variety is worth the drive.

Unangst Tree Farms

Bath, Pennslyvania houses Unangst Tree Farms. This farm provides quality trees and a memory making the experience that the entire family will enjoy year after year. A large variety of trees are available for you to cut on your own starting the day after Thanksgiving each year. Pricing is not available for the upcoming season yet, but they do accept cash and all major credit cards for your convenience. They currently offer Fraser, Concolor, and Canaan Fir trees.

Family Tree Farm

Family Tree Farm in Red Lion, Pennslyvania offers a great family experience. Not only can you find amazing Douglas Fir, Fraser Fir, and Blue Spruce trees at this location, you’ll find tons to do with the kids. A wagon ride, free apples, and tons of handmade holiday decor make Family Tree Farm a popular destination.

Colavita Christmas Tree Farm

Head over to Yardley, PA to visit Colavita Christmas Tree Farm this year. You can go early in October to tag and reserve your tree for cutting later in the season. This is a great perk offered that secures your tree before the holiday rush. All trees at this location are a flat $60 fee. You can have your pick of Douglas Fir, Norway Spruce, Colorado Blue Spruce, Canaan Fir, and Eastern White Pine. Bucks County

Flemings Christmas Tree Farms

Indiana, Pennslyvania is the home of the Flemings Christmas Tree Farms. You’ll love the family atmosphere and extensive holiday selection in their Christmas Shop as well as the great trees available to cut. 2017 price lists show trees ranging from $25-$175. That is a large price range but you are likely to find what you need for your family tree in the $40-$50 range with ease. Indiana County

JP Tree Farm

With Douglas, Fraser, Concolor, and Balsam Fir on the list, JP Tree Farm is a great location near Alexandria, Pennsylvania. They also boast an extensive line of spruce trees with all trees in the $19-$90 range depending on height. Open the day after Thanksgiving, this is a Christmas tree farm that is popular for families thanks to the fun wagon rides around the property.

Brushcreek Evergreens Christmas Trees and Wreaths

Little is shown online about Brushcreek Evergreens Christmas Trees, but they do offer the popular Fir and Spruce varieties. Located near Breezewood, PA, they are a great convenient location. For more information feel free to contact them at (814) 735-4285.

Candle Tree Farm

Washington, PA is where you will find Candle Tree Farm. They typically open the day after Thanksgiving and offer various sizes of trees in Scotch Pine, White Pine, Blue Spruce, Douglas Fir, Canaan Fir, Concolor Fir, and Fraser Fir. As of the end of 2019 season, they only accepted cash and checks for payment.

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