Create new family memories this holiday season with a trip to an Oklahoma Christmas tree farm and enter a world of evergreen trees, merriment and Christmas cheer.
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Looking for an authentic holiday experience to share with your family this season? Enjoy a cherished holiday tradition by selecting and cutting your own Christmas tree. The fresh fragrance of your own evergreen tree adds instant holiday cheer to your home and serves as a constant reminder of the special day you spent seeking it out. It’s time to embrace the chill in the air, sip a cup of warm apple cider and enjoy the sounds of classic holiday music at one of the popular Oklahoma Christmas tree farms highlighted below.
Start your Christmas tree farm experience aboard a free hayride that takes you to the field of trees at the Owasso Christmas Tree & Berry Farm. Once you’ve cut down your special tree from the expanse of Douglas Fir, Grand Fir, Fraser Fir and Noble Fir trees, the friendly folks will help you shake, bale, load and tie your tree. Head inside to warm up over a cup of hot chocolate and watch the delight on your children’s faces as they nibble on a candy cane and watch the model train zoom by on its tracks. Take home a freshly made wreath or garland to fill your home with holiday scents.
Offering one of the largest selections of Christmas trees in the state, Pleasant Valley Farms in Sand Springs boasts choose-and-cut Virginia Pine and White Pine, as well as fresh-cut fir trees. Sounds of a bluegrass Christmas will instantly boost your holiday spirit and transport you to a simpler time. Climb aboard the complimentary tractor-pulled wagon ride or purchase a pass to ride the horse-drawn wagon through the chilly winter air. Snack on treats from the on-site concession stand or visit the gift shop to stock up on ornaments, wreaths and greenery. Pleasant Valley Farms also offers a children’s hay bale maze, petting zoo and free apple cider, cocoa, coffee and candy canes.
Visit Sorghum Mill Christmas Tree & Blackberry Farm in Edmond to create lasting family memories. Sip on cider, coffee or cocoa while browsing the farm’s 40,000 trees including choose-and-cut Virginia Pine, White Pine, Scotch Pine, Colorado Blue Spruce, Norway Spruce, Blue Ice, Carolina Sapphire, Leyland Cypress and Austrian Pine trees. There are also pre-cut Noble Fir, Douglas Fir, Grand Fir, Nordman Fir and Fraser Fir trees. Get all your holiday goodies in one place including mantle pieces, wreaths, garland and tree stands. The friendly folks at Sorghum Mill also provide saws, drilling, shaking, wrapping and disposal bags, making the selection of your perfect tree an absolute breeze.
For over 20 years, Santa's Forest Tree Farm in Ponca City has been offering choose-and-cut Oklahoma grown Virginia Pine and Frasier Fir trees, as well as a variety of fresh evergreen wreaths. Visitors are invited to pick the perfect Christmas tree, then bring it back to the holiday barn where it is measured, shaken and baled while you wait with complimentary hot apple cider inside the barn.
Visitors to Red Barn Christmas Tree Farm in McAlester can get their tree and everything they need to decorate it. Bundle up and head out to the field where you can browse seemingly endless rows of aromatic Virginia Pine and White Pine trees. If a choose-and-cut tree isn’t on your holiday to-do, Red Barn also offers pre-cut trees. Inside the namesake of this beautiful farm, visitors can purchase ornaments, designer ribbons, gifts, wreaths, garland and centerpieces.
Nestled in the Ozark Mountains, JANDA Bend Christmas Tree Farm offers a wide selection of choose-and cut Christmas trees. Bundle up and bring the whole family out to select the perfect tree from their selection of over 4,000 Virginia Pine and Leyland Cypress trees. Saws, measuring poles and gloves are provided, and the friendly staff at JANDA Bend will shake and bale your tree while you sip on complimentary hot chocolate. Visitors can also choose from a variety of fresh wreaths and evergreen crosses.
Stop by Goddard Christmas Tree Farm for your pick of prime trees perfect for decorating. For more than 45 years, this family-owned farm has offered visitors the chance to saw fresh Virginia and Scotch Pines down for Christmas. However, those who prefer a simpler tree selection process are always welcome to the assortment of precut Fraser Fir trees available. While scouting out the best tree for your home, be sure to keep warm with a cup of coffee, hot chocolate or hot apple cider. This Norman tree farm also keeps holiday wreaths and greenery in stock to spruce up your at-home holiday décor.
At All Pine Christmas Tree Farm in Yukon, expect to find plenty of the farm specialty: choose-and-cut Virginia pine trees. Bring the kids by to munch on peppermint candy canes while roaming the fields in search of the family Christmas tree. Besides the namesake pine trees, visitors can also select already-cut Noble, Fraser and Nordman Fir trees for a burst of holiday fragrance in your home. While the staff drills, shakes, wraps, loads and ties the lucky tree, let the kids start filling in their take-home coloring books for added holiday cheer.
Located in rural Oklahoma near Gore, Cal2Homa Christmas Tree & Mum Farm is a haven for all things Christmas. Come December, homegrown Virginia Pine, White Pine, Leighton Green and Murray X Leyland Cypress trees catch many vistors’ attention. Imported Noble, Fraser and Douglas Firs are also available. While tree shopping, families and individuals are invited to enjoy complimentary hot chocolate and candy canes, as well as family-friendly activities like the petting zoo.
Aside from Oklahoma-grown Christmas trees, many visitors consider the onsite petting zoo to be the main attraction at D & L Christmas Tree Farm in Fletcher. Head southwest to meet a goat or donkey before perusing the selection of Noble, Grand and Fraser Fir trees, as well as Virginia and Scotch Pine trees. The staff even hands out hot apple cider to strike up seasonal inspiration while visitors browse the pre-cut and homegrown offerings and handmade holiday wreaths.
For more ideas, see our full list of Oklahoma Christmas tree farms and start your own family holiday tradition.