Cut your own Christmas Tree Farms in Utah

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Cut your own Christmas Tree Farms in Utah

When we lived in Southern Utah, we would literally drive 30 minutes, pick out a tree, cut it down and be home. This year, we seem to live at least 2 hours from being able to cut down a tree, unless you visit a tree farm. So, because it's kind of a big deal to drive four hours for a tree, we've put together a cut-your-own-tree-farm list in Utah!

I've personally called each of these places to make sure they are open, but some have limited quantities! So don't delay. Also, be sure to call ahead to make sure of their hours. (If you prefer to go on an adventure into the woods, here's the guidelines on cutting down trees from the Forest Service.)

Gale Gorder

710 North Morgan Valley Drive Morgan, Utah 84050 | 801-829-6529 | Hours: Any time 8-5pm

Species: blue spruce, Austrian, Scotch pine; everything is Utah grown!

Neville Farm Farm

Address approx 1875 West 1000 South, West Layton Utah | 801-544-9401 or 801-390-4823 Days open (while supplies last): By Appt Only.

North Pole Pines Website

2546 W 3100 N Farr West, UT 84404 | www.northpolepines.com | 801-731-6466

Beck Christmas Tree Farm

(I think they are open, call before going.)
630 W 900 S, Alpine, UT | 801-400-2255

Green Ridge Christmas Tree Farm

1370 N US-89 | Kaysville, UT | 801-513-1861
email: greenridgetrees@gmail.com

Petersen Family Farm

Open Nov. 19 - Dec. 22, 2016 | 11887 South 4000 West | Riverton, UT 84096
Phone: 801-999-8548

Robinson's Tree Farm

6262 West Old Hwy Road, Morgan, UT 84050 | 801-876-3190

If you are feeling more adventurous, check out the post by Camille about cutting their own in the wild!

Harmony

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