The holidays are upon us, which means it’s time to pick out your family Christmas tree! This year, why not head to a local farm and support your neighbors while getting a freshly cut tree that is sure to last until December 25! Here is your 2021 guide to Christmas tree farms in Grays Harbor County.
447 Cloquallum Rd, Elma
November 26 – December 25
If you need choices when it comes to your Christmas tree, then head to Beerbower Xmas Tree Farm. They have over 13,000 trees for you to choose from, including noble, grand and Douglas fir varieties. Whether you want a 2-foot-tall or a 12-foot-tall evergreen, they have it. They offer both u-cut and fresh-cut. Each tree will be baled by them. They hand trim their trees to give them a full and balanced look.
Stay and enjoy hot cocoa, cookies and lots of Christmas lights. There will be a bonfire to keep you toasty and of course candy canes too.
371-201 Middle Stasop Rd, Montesano
Hedlund Trees has noble, Fraser, Nordmann, grand and Douglas firs. Did we mention that have over 30,000?? They are known for prize-winning trees that have twice been the Official White House Christmas Tree! You chose the tree, they do the work cutting it! Kids can have free candy canes. They have drilled tree stands, baling services, and gifts available including wreaths and Christmas crafts. Stopping by just to see the 42-foot-tall snowman is okay too.
Hockett’s Christmas Tree Farm
Highway 12 & Timberview Lane, Montesano
November 26 – December 23
Hockett’s Christmas Tree Farm has both u-cut and they-cut services. Check out their Douglas, grand, noble and Nordmann firs. After you pick your Christmas tree, shop their selection of wreaths and log reindeer and snowman. They are asking that customers wear face masks and maintain social distancing.
KC’s Christmas Tree Farm
950 State Route 105, Aberdeen
KC’s Christmas Tree Farm will be closed for the 2021 season.
National Forest Trees
You can head to the woods to find that perfect Christmas tree, as long as you have a permit for our local National Forests. For Just $5 you can get a Christmas Tree Permit. Each house is allowed up to five permits. Fourth graders can receive a free permit. Trees cannot be taller than 15 feet. For more information visit the National Forest website.