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Where can you get your Christmas Tree Nearby?

Check out this list of some of the Christmas tree farms near the DFW area.

It’s the most wonderful time of year, the best way to get into the holiday spirit is to kick it off with an all-time favorite tradition, that is, picking up a high quality, real Christmas tree from a local Christmas tree farm nearby.

It is a beautiful sight to see a real Christmas tree all decked out with lights and ornaments, even if we miss out on a White Christmas this year.

In fact, just heading out to one of these farms really should be one of our 31 things to do this Winter along with scheduling your Photos with Santa, for sure!

Real Christmas trees

So if you want to have an adventure this year, then get the whole family into the spirit of the season and hunt for that special tree that is definitely a realistic tree, because it is!

Have fun and all the best in cutting your own Christmas tree – there’ll be no artificial Christmas tree for you this year! 


Know before you go – Cutting your own Christmas Tree

Measure the space in your car to make sure you’ll be able to accommodate the tree, and don’t forget to bring twine, bungees, scissors, and anything else you might need to secure the tree in (or on) your car.

Some people like decking out the home for the holidays straight after Thanksgiving, but if you’re putting up a real tree, it’s best to wait. Even trees that are watered regularly get dried out within three weeks of cutting, so try to resist the urge to decorate the tree too early!

Wear. the right clothes if you’re heading out to cut the tree yourself: Put on a pair of sturdy boots, pack a pair of heavy work gloves, and wear close-fitting clothes.

Look for freshness! To find out if a tree is fresh, tug lightly on the needles: If they stay put, then your tree should stay green and supple well until Christmas.

Try to cut your Christmas tree as low to the ground as you possibly can. This will not only make it a taller tree, but it will also allow another tree to re-sprout and spread Christmas cheer to future tree-hunters.

4 CeeSons Christmas Tree Farm

Address: 3233 Co Rd 2508, Caddo Mills, TX 75135

Phone: (903) 274-6387 

Opening: Friday after Thanksgiving (the only Friday open with full crew)

10am – 5pm Saturdays 10am – 5pm Sundays 1pm – 5pm, until supply last.

This family-owned and operated farm features Virginia Pine (Pinus Virginiana), a short-needled pine with pleasant pine fragrance, dense foliage, and reasonable growth rates. 

It has been the most widely planted southern Christmas tree over the past three decades and is still the most common species at most farms in the deep South.

There are various types of trees including at the farm are Carolina Sapphire, Leyland Cypress, Murray Cypress, and Afghan Pine. Bring the entire family to do something fun and memorable!


4D Farm

Address: 3900 Upper Denton Rd, Weatherford, TX 76085

Phone: (817) 313-2914

Opening: Saturday November 27 9am – 4pm and Sundays 1pm – 4pm. They are open Saturdays and Sundays only, until supply last.

Note: They have Santa on December 4, Saturday. And, they close the farm when they sell out.

Only 30 minutes west of Fort Worth, 4D Farm is one of the first tree farms in Texas to grow and sell the “Blue Ice” Arizona Cypress (Cupressus glabra) for Christmas Trees. It is lightly textured with soft silver-blue to blue-green needles, and its trunk is colorful, with copper-colored mottling.

This season, they have Arizona Cypress and Leyland Cypress. They expect to have 200-300 that will be available to cut. But they also will have pre-cuts shipped down from up north as well. Those will be your more traditional trees like spruce, pine, and fir.

 When you are done picking your tree, you can hop on the back of the tractor for a holiday hayride. Or maybe do some holiday shopping or just sit back and relax with your hot cocoa and homemade holiday cookies.


Angel Path Christmas Tree Farm

Address: 8312 CR 528 Burleson, TX 76028

Phone: (817) 313-4977

Note: By appointment only.

Angel Path is a 10-acre beautiful farm that was established in 2010.

Nestled in the rural outskirts of Fort Worth and have two fields of aromatic, dark green, large trees that are offered for choose and cut Christmas Trees after Thanksgiving.

They offer the location as a photography venue as well. Trees are shown by appointment only, so please call to reserve a time with – 817 313 4977.

Kids picking a real cut Christmas Tree

Brushy Creek Farms

Address: 2854 FM 3043, Bowie, TX 76230

Phone: (940) 872-5954

Opening: Friday after Thanksgiving, Saturday and Sunday 12pm – 5pm, until supply last

Note: They will be offering free popcorn and marshmallow roasting and has kiddie train rides!

 A beautiful family-owned Christmas Tree farm just over an hour from North Dallas. You go and pick your tree, cut it yourself, or they do it for you.

This year they have a limited supply of living Christmas trees. And, will be testing some new colors on trees (like pink!). So, you need to come early to get a chance to see them before they are gone. 


Dada G’s Christmas Tree Farm

Address: 15716 US-259, Mt Enterprise, TX 75681

Phone: (903) 822-3811

Opening: Friday after Thanksgiving 10am – 530pm, Saturday, 10am -530pm, Sunday, 1pm -530pm

Note: This farm is almost 3hrs drive from North Dallas, so plan accordingly.

Enjoy a fresh cut tree this holiday season from Dadda G’s Christmas Tree Farm. The available trees are Virginia Pine, Leyland Cypress, Carolina Sapphire, and Frazer Firs.

They also offer Tim Mitchell’s Yule Stand System, a no hassle, no fuss, straight tree every time. In addition, they will drill your tree at no charge year after year.


Elves Christmas Tree Farm

Address: 601 Harvey Ln, Denison, TX 75020

Phone: (903) 463-7260

Opening: November 26 Friday after Thanksgiving 10am – 5pm, Saturday 10am – 5pm, Sunday 1pm – 5pm, Monday to Friday 3pm – 5pm, until supply last.

Elves Christmas Tree Farm is a 75-acre choose and cuts farm and an entire line tree lot with pre-cut trees in Fraser Fir, Noble Fir, and Nordmann Fir.

They offer hayrides, mazes, farm zoo, wreaths, flocked Christmas trees, picnic areas, tours, snacks, drinks, gifts, arts and crafts, restroom, country atmosphere, and free hot apples.


Elgin Christmas Tree Farm

Address: 120 Natures Way, Elgin, TX 78621

Phone: (512) 281-5016

Opening: Friday after Thanksgiving 10am – 530pm

Note: This farm is 3hrs drive from North Texas, so plan accordingly.

The Elgin Christmas Tree Farm is the largest in Central Texas. They are offering choose and cut Virginia Pine and Leyland Cypress.

They also have the Christmas Cottage for unique gifts and decor for a very affordable price. During your visit, you can have some fun hayride out to the orchard filled with Virginia Pines and Leyland Cypress trees and then visit the petting zoo and see the llama, goats, and other animals.


Haynie’s Green Acres

Address: 10405 Shannon Valley Dr, Crowley, TX 76036

Phone: (817) 297-3970

Opening: Friday after Thanksgiving 10am – 530pm

Regular hours after opening:

Monday – Friday 2pm – 530pm

Saturdays 10am – 530pm

Sundays Noon – 530pm

Note: Hayrides weekends only, and Santa Claus will be joining the fun on Saturday, December 4th and Sunday, December 5th 2pm to 4pm.

Haynie’s Green Acres is the home of crazy-colored Christmas trees like teal, purple, pink, white, and they are located just 20 minutes south of Fort Worth.

In addition, they offer fun activities for everyone in the family, including hayrides, tree swings, a petting zoo, and a complimentary cider or coffee.


Flower Mound Christmas Tree Farm

Address: 5100 Cross Timbers Rd Flower Mound TX 75028

Phone: (817) 430-4536

Opening: Friday after Thanksgiving 9am to 8pm until supply last

Regular hours on weekdays, 1pm to 8pm and weekends 9am – 8pm

Note: Santa on Saturdays – watch FB for times. Bring your camera!

 A place for the whole family to enjoy, Flower Mound Christmas Tree Farm is tons of fun for kids like hay bales, bounce houses, etc.

This year’s trees are Douglas, Fraser Fir, Noble, and Nordman. 


Kadee Farm

Address: 5054 US-69, Greenville, TX 75402

Phone: (903) 413-3811

Opening: November 20 until the trees run out. Closed Thanksgiving Day. Black Friday 10am – 7pm Monday to Friday 2pm – 7pm Saturday – Sunday 10am – 7pm

Kadee Farm is a family Christmas tree farm located near Dallas and the northeast Texas area. It is one of the earliest Christmas tree farms in Texas.

It offers many family fun activities like a maze, hay jump, petting corral, swinging tree (a huge pecan tree decked with swings), etc.


KaJiN Christmas Tree Farm

Address: 3221 Co Rd 2508, Caddo Mills, TX 75135

Phone: (903) 217-2679

Opening: Frida after Thanksgiving 9am – 5pm Closed on Mondays

Weekdays (Tuesday to Friday) 330pm – 5pm Weekends 9am – 5pm

KaJin Christmas Tree Farm is less than an hour’s drive from North Dallas. You will be able to choose from 4 foot to 12 Virginia Pines locally grown or pre-cut Douglas and Frasier Firs.

There are also some fun activities, like a mini-train ride, cabbage ball, etc. Please call to check activities offered this year and the availability of trees.


Mainstay Farm

Address: 1004 W Bethesda Rd, Cleburne, TX 76031

Phone: (817) 295-6772

Opening: Christmas hours will be coming soon. You can stay up to date on information by following their Facebook page!

Mainstay Farm is formerly a historic dairy farm that has been transformed into 70-acres of destination for the whole family to enjoy. They are known as “Biggest Backyard in Texas”! During Fall, you expect the farm to have a great selection of pumpkins and a lot of fall activities.

And of course, in November and December, Mainstay Farm is busy with families visiting to pick their perfect Christmas tree.


Sunset Hill Tree Farm

Address: 3400 County Rd 206, Alvarado, TX 76009

Phone: (817) 944-3177

Opening: Friday after Thanksgiving 9am – 5pm, Saturday and Sunday, until supply last.

Note: Cut and choose trees will be VERY limited this year.

Sunset Hill Tree Farm is a Christian tree farm located in Alvarado, Texas, which they practice sustainable farming. They have the Virginia Pine Tree field this Christmas season.

They also offer quality pre-cut Fraser Fir Christmas Trees from a tree farm in NC that is shipped directly after being cut. SO, tag along with the whole family and enjoy your time picking your perfect Christmas Tree.


Walls Family Farm

Address: 11051 Co Rd 2312, Terrell, TX 75160

Phone: (972) 524-9000

Opening: Wednesday before Thanksgiving and the Friday after Thanksgiving 9am – 5pm, Saturday and Sunday 9am – 5pm Thanksgiving until Christmas.

A family owned and operated, Walls Family Farm, offers cut your own Christmas Trees, pecans, nursery stock, and a lot of fun!


YesterLand Farm

Address: 15410 I-20, Canton, TX 75103

Phone: (903) 567-2255

Opening: Please check 2021 season opening online.

Christmas Playland is the farm’s center of celebration during the Christmas holiday! Renowned for their pumpkin patches, it is perfect for the entire family; they offer many fun activities for kids and those kids at heart.

They have pre-harvested trees like Fraser Fir, White Pines, and Black Hills Spruce. And, they also have beautiful trees for you to cut yourself.

A perfect weekend would include a visit to Yesterland Farm, some Christmas lights and a trip to see Santa!

And to those who doesn’t want to cut the tree themselves, here are a few nearby:

Christmas Traditions 

Address: 1301 S Central Expy, McKinney, TX 75070

Phone: (800) 878-0631

Opening: Please check their FB page or website for schedule.


Moomeys Lot

Address: 1307 Coit Rd, Plano, TX 75075

Phone: (231) 920-6862

Opening: Friday after Thanksgiving, Weekdays 10am to 10pm Weekends and 8am to 10pm, until supply last.

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