The 10 Best Christmas Tree Farms in Tennessee! By
Tennessee’s climate has made it an ideal place for Christmas tree farms to offer the long-standing tradition of having a real tree. When the air is feeling particularly crisp and the holiday spirit rushes in, round up the family and head to the farm—because it’s just not Christmas without a real tree. Here are the 10 best Christmas tree farms in the state!
If you’re looking for the total Christmas tree farm experience (heavy focus on the “farm” part), you’ll need to heave to Country Cove. Their meticulously crafted farm provides an authentic experience, from scenery and decor to family-focused service. You can also grab some complimentary hot beverages to warm up after your time in the field. They’ll even shake out and load up your freshly cut tree for you!
This living Christmas tree farm will make you want to stop and stay awhile, even after you’ve selected your ideal tree. The beautiful scenery is picture perfect, so make sure you bring your camera. They also feature a treehouse play area, paint-your-own ornaments, hayride, and a gift shop. Feel free to bring along a picnic lunch and make a full afternoon out of your visit.
Whether you prefer a Choose and Cut experience, potted trees, or pre-cut varieties, Christmas Tree Adventures doesn’t disappoint. They grow Fraser fir, white pine, Norway spruce, and Leyland and Murray cypress trees, in addition to the highly beloved (and fragrant) Carolina sapphire. Enjoy a free hot chocolate while you explore the farm, while kids can score a free coloring book during their visit.
If you’re looking for quality and value, you’ll be glad to know you can get any size cut-your-own tree for just $40. This farm specializes in White Pines, a traditional favorite that has delighted families at Christmas for decades. They’re only open on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, so plan your visit accordingly.
The name says it all—Santa is a mainstay at this tree farm, and he’ll be watching to see if you’re naughty or nice! Guests can enjoy free popcorn, cocoa, and coffee as they begin their search for the tree of their dreams. Here you can opt for a cut-your-own white pine or scotch pine, or pick up a pre-cut Fraser fir.
Though more widely known as a pumpkin patch in the fall, their Christmas tree farm isn’t to be overlooked. For just $50 for any size, families can begin their tree shopping tradition by cutting their own white pine, Leyland cypress, scotch pine, or Virginia pine. They also sell pre-cut Fraser firs, a highly sought after variety.
Don’t let the name confuse you—you’ll find an awesome tree cutting experience at this beloved nursery. The drive out into the field here will make you feel like you’ve left the tree farm and are embarking on an experience much like decades’ past. The people-focused service only adds to the experience.
If Santa needed to shop for a Christmas tree, he’d come here for sure. All their trees are high-quality, beautiful, fragrant, and worthy of a spot in your home. With lots all around the Nashville area, you can visit them in person to pick up a freshly cut, straight-from-the-farm tree, or arrange for delivery to your home—setup included.
If you’re looking for the “cut your own” experience but don’t want to do the heavy lifting, a trip to Bluebird Christmas Tree Farm should do the trick. Just pick out your tree and a staff member will cut it for you. They also offer pre-cut trees for hurrying holiday shoppers.
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White Pine, Carolina Sapphire, Blue Ice, and Norway Spruce are the stars of the u-cut show at Lazy Spread. In addition, you can find freshly cut Fraser firs that come straight from other Tennessee farms. Along with raising trees, this farm also takes pride in raising sheep and goats—make sure you pay them a visit before you leave!