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The 21 Best Christmas Tree Farms in Massachusetts

The icy Massachusetts weather may tempt us to hunker down and wait until the new year, but it’s worth venturing out into the frightful weather for these Christmas tree farms in Massachusetts that are sure to make any Grinch’s heart grow three sizes.

Christmas tree farms in Massachusetts

Create lasting memories with your little ones, take your partner out for a romantic and jolly afternoon (make sure to pick up some mistletoe), or even venture out with friends to start some new traditions this year as you learn how to cut down your own tree.

When it’s time to set up your tree, save time and avoid the multi-person hassle of the old screw-in Christmas Tree stands – upgrade to the Kinner Tree Genie. The foot-operated ratcheting system on this Christmas tree stand will make your tree setup a breeze!


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1. Greenwood Tree Farm

Billerica

Greenwood Tree Farm offers a selection of choose-and-cut Fraser Firs, Balsam, and Cannan,
or precut Fraser Firs & Balsam Firs. Warm and fresh apple cider, unique handmade gifts, painted glassware and porcelain, carved ornaments, beeswax candles and molds, and even Amish baskets await you at the charming, wreath-covered gift shop once you pick out your tree.

2. Crane Neck Tree Farm

West Newbury

Crane Neck Tree Farm is another choose-and-cut farm. Half the fun is wandering around searching for the perfect tree, so don’t forget your warmest scarf and mittens! The tree will be wrapped up tightly and tied to the roof of your car to take home securely.

3. Turkey Hill Farm

Haverhill

Turkey Hill Farm is a family run farm that turns into a choose and cut Christmas tree farm every December. It’s a fun place to make memories year-round.

4. Indian Rock Farm

Foxborough

Indian Rock Farm sells award-winning handmade wreaths, swags, and mistletoe accented with hand-crafted bows made with two-color ribbons. Choose and cut your own New England Christmas tree from the field, but make sure to come early for greater selection. This family-run farm helps you get your tree into its best shape with tree cutting, pruning, net wrapping, and stand placement services.

5. Deerfield Tree Farm

Millis

Deerfield Tree Farm features 25 acres of mostly Fraser and Balsam Fir trees that you can cut yourself, or precut trees brought over from Vermont, though it’s important to note that these must be booked ahead. Fresh, fragrant wreaths and garlands are also available here, as well as firewood cut over a year ago and dried to create the perfect crackling fire to warm your home as you decorate your tree.

Massachusetts Christmas tree farm

6. Pakeen Farm

Canton

You’ll come to Pakeen Farm for the big selection of precut and choose and cut Christmas trees and stay for the wreaths, garlands, and other holiday decorations this Massachusetts Christmas tree has to offer. And of course, their fresh mini donuts, which are all that is sweet and cozy about Christmas baked into a sugary bun!

7. Doe Orchards

Harvard

Doe Orchards is open all year round, so you can start eyeing the Christmas tree you will cut in late November or early December long before the holiday season kicks off as you apple pick in the fall. Most choose and cuts are Balsam Firs.

8. Herrick Christmas Tree Farm

Boxford

Herrick Christmas Tree Farm is an atmospheric family farm that lets you “Paul Bunyon” your own tree. Remember to dress warm, as it’s usually snowy by Thanksgiving when this Massachusetts Christmas tree farm opens.

visiting Christmas tree farms in Massachusetts

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9. Radebaugh’s Christmas Tree Farm

Belchertown

Radebaugh’s Christmas Tree Farm has wreaths, sprays, holly bunches, tree stands, and tree wrapping–everything you could need to help your tree look its sparkling best on Christmas day. This Massachusetts Christmas tree farm has thousands of trees to choose from.

10. Cranston’s Christmas Tree Farm

Ashfield

Cranston’s Christmas Tree Farm is pure magic: a Massachusetts Christmas tree farm that is also a maple tree farm! There are over 10,000 Balsam and Frasers to choose from on the “North pole,” which has spectacular views of Mt. Monadnock.

Closer to the farm’s field are an additional 6,000 Balsam, Concolor, Fraser, and Blue Spruce of various heights. Make sure to pick up a handmade wreath and as many maple products as you can fill a stocking with before heading home with your Christmas tree!

11. Mistletoe Christmas Tree Farm

Stow

With over fifty years of history, Mistletoe Christmas Tree Farm is the Massachusetts Christmas tree farm for free hot cocoa, candy canes, and jolly Christmas music to get you in the Christmas spirit.

They open for tree sales the weekend before Thanksgiving with both cut your own (which sell out quickly!) and precut trees from 6 ft. up to 16 ft. Wreaths, swags, roping, and cute ornaments are sold here too! They also host photoshoots to preserve your festive memories for a lifetime.

Mistletoe at a Christmas Tree Farm in Massachusetts

12. Houde’s Christmas Tree Farm

Marlborough

Houde’s Christmas Tree Farm has a generations-long history in this community, and a well-earned reputation as the local best Massachusetts Christmas tree farm for cut-your-own pines, spruces, and firs.

They also have a great selection of precut balsam firs that range in size from 5 feet to 9 feet, as well as plain and decorated wreaths that range in size from 12 in. to 36 in. Pine roping, bundles of fresh branches in a range of firs, decorated kissing balls, and many other decorative items await you!

13. Chestnut Mountain Christmas Tree Farm

Hatfield

Chestnut Mountain Christmas Tree Farm is a former tobacco farm that became a Christmas tree farm around forty years ago. Protected by a conservation restriction, this gorgeous forest land is steeped in timeless magic and particularly comes alive in the holiday season, when families can be seen sawing their own trees between sips of hot cider.

14. MerriHill Tree Farm

Merrimac

MerriHill Tree Farm offers Fraser Firs and Canaan Firs in two separate areas around this Massachusetts Christmas tree farm. Visitors are advised to wear boots in the wet field. You’ll have plenty of time to warm up and dry off as you search for the perfect place to display the cultivated winterberry you picked up at this farm–a rare find among these farms and charming addition to decorate your home with.

Christmas tree farms in Massachusetts

15. Sleigh Bell Christmas Tree Farm

Sutton

Tree aficionados should head to Sleigh Bells Christmas Tree Farm for the best selection of Christmas trees you can imagine. Choose from Fraser Firs, which have that iconic pine scent, Canaan Firs that leave less mess due to strong needle retention, Grand Fir for their glossy needles, Concolor Fir for a fragrant orange smell, Blue Spruce for their unusual blue/green needles, White Pine for a very full tree but best with lightweight ornaments, or a Scotch Pine for long needles. It’s impossible to leave this Massachusetts Christmas tree farm without an enchanting tree to deck your halls.

16. Paul Bunyan’s Farm & Nursery

Chicopee

A quaint farm, Paul Bunyan’s Farm & Nursery has nearly forty years of experience in helping guests choose Christmas trees, decorations, and stocking stuffers. With Fraser Firs and Concolor Firs to choose from, you can actually arrive in advance and tag your chosen tree long before you take it home to ensure that you will have the Christmas tree of your dreams this holiday season. If you don’t pre-choose, be sure to arrive early in the season to ensure you get one!

17. Smolak Farms

Smolak

Smolak Farms hosts a variety of Christmas festivities for families throughout the holiday season. From a late-November tree lighting ceremony attended by Santa Claus himself to ornament making, gingerbread house assembly, and other fun crafts, you’ll leave with much more than a tree from this Massachusetts Christmas tree farm. Apple cider donuts, hot chocolate, festive cookies, and a range of festive decorations to choose from will keep your home and belly full with Christmas cheer.


Best Central Christmas Tree Farms in Massachusetts

18. Arrowhead Acres

Uxbridge

Arrowhead Acres is one of the largest Massachusetts Christmas tree farms on this list, boasting an incredible selection of 35,000 trees. With a snack bar, photo op stations, and even a collection of photos of the dogs who have visited the farm through the years, Arrowhead acres lets you choose and cut or buy precut Balsam, Fraser, and Concolor.

19. Ellsworth Tree Farm

Northborough

Not far outside of Boston you’ll find rustic Ellsworth Tree Farm, which has Fraser Firs and Concolor Firs as well as fresh cut Balsam Firs. There are plenty of ribbons, bows, and accessories to choose from for memorable custom-made wreaths if you didn’t get around to pre-ordering a wreath from this Massachusetts Christmas tree farm.

20. Wolf Hill Farm

Southborough

Wolf Hill Farm grows choose and cut Christmas trees of 5 ft. to 9 ft. Warm up with hot mulled cider and cookies as you browse the decorated antique barn, where you can stock up on ornaments, greens, wreaths and swags, as well as quilted runners, tree skirts and wall quilts. The farm’s honeybees provide local honey to take home with you, too!

Christmas cookies

21. Harrod Tree Farm

Shirley

Harrod Tree Farm is as picturesque as any Massachusetts Christmas tree farm could be. Check out the small craft fair in the newly named barn “Mistletoe Market,” where you can find local handmade goods and freshly baked cinnamon rolls, Whoopie pies, chocolate chip cookies and more!

The tree selection here is fantastic: Canaan Fir, Korean Fir, Fraser Fir, Balsam, and a Balsam-Fraser cross can all be found here. Be sure to pick up a wreath too, which comes decorated or undecorated and ranges in size from 18 in. to 48 in. in outer diameter and are made of double-sided balsam. Kissing balls are also sold here!


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You’re guaranteed to be rocking around the Christmas tree after a stop at any of these Christmas tree farms in Massachusetts. Though you’ll surely be busy with your parties for hosting, marshmallows for toasting, and caroling out in the snow, it’s worth checking out our guide on evergreens to make sure that the tree you plucked from the winter wonderland thrives all holiday season long.