Getting a Christmas tree is exciting because of the festive experience that Christmas tree farms provide. The rows of snow-dusted pine trees, families bundled up in warm coats and scarves, and the car ride to and from the farm listening to “Christmas Tree Farm” by Taylor Swift is the perfect way to get into the Christmas spirit. Our company was born and raised in the Mitten State, so we feel obligated to share the most magical Christmas tree farms in Michigan in the spirit of the holidays. To wrap your Christmas Tree Farm experience with a bow, we suggest cracking open a can of Orchard Fresh Hard Cider from Farmstand.
Wahmhoff Farms Nursery
This family-owned Christmas tree farm in Gobles, Michigan, has been growing Christmas trees and making wreaths for over 70 years. In fact, Wahmhoff Farms has received multiple awards and won state competitions for their Christmas trees. Free tractor-pulled wagon rides are available every weekend after Thanksgiving through Christmas. Horse-drawn wagon rides occur during the first two weekends after Thanksgiving, and they also have Santa Claus.
Getting a Christmas tree at Wahmhoff Farms is simple. They offer self-cut and pre-cut trees, and they assist with baling and loading the Christmas tree so you can safely take them home. Even if you don’t want to get a Christmas tree, Wahmhoff Farms is one of the most magical Christmas tree farms simply for the festive experience they provide. If you want to kickstart the Christmas cheer after Thanksgiving, bring your family to Wahmhoff Farms.
Pinecrest Christmas Tree Farm
This Christmas tree farm is right near the border of Michigan and Indiana in Galien, Michigan. Pinecrest Christmas Tree Farm has been providing Galien with unique and memorable Christmas experiences since the 1970s. Google Reviews boast about their friendly and helpful staff, horse drawn wagon rides to your tree, the Christmas store, and the old fashioned Christmas atmosphere. Sometimes, they even have free hot chocolate!
Many families have made Pinecrest a Christmas tradition with their families. This farm is popular, so if you have your heart set on a gorgeous Christmas tree, it would be wise to go to Pinecrest Christmas Tree farm closely after Thanksgiving.
Gwinn’s Christmas Tree Farm
Since 1993, Mike and Linda Gwinn have been growing and harvesting Christmas trees and Christmas spirit in Horton, Michigan. Gwinn’s has eight different varieties of Christmas trees, including spruces and firs. Visitors enjoy the welcoming staff, variety of gorgeous trees, Santa Claus, and reasonable pricing. In fact, many visitors say it’s difficult to pick a tree, because they are all so beautiful.
For families in Southeast Michigan, Gwinn’s is an essential beginning to Christmas festivities every year.
Huron View Tree & Berry Farm
Northeast Michiganders are lucky to have family-owned Huron View Tree & Berry Farm as their local Christmas tree farm. Rows of evergreen pines, firs, and spruces populate the 400-acre farm in Black River, Michigan. Huron View Tree & Berry Farm offers alternatives to keep Christmas tree shopping accessible for everyone. Staff are friendly and always willing to take photos of families when they find their perfect Christmas tree, and one of the owners often bakes cookies to pass out to guests. Overall, Huron View Tree & Berry Farm offers a magical Christmas experience for Northeastern Michiganders.
You can get the full Christmas experience in the Upper Peninsula at Meister’s Trees in Marquette, Michigan. This fourth-generation Christmas Tree Farm has fir, spruce, and pine varieties, in addition to beautiful wreaths available for purchase. They also have tractor drawn wagon rides, horse drawn sleigh rides, and a sweets shop with hot apple cider and donuts. Plus, they have a Santa Claus! What more could you want to get in the Christmas spirit?
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