Whether you’re the type of family that treks out and gets a real tree every year or you proudly pull yours down out of the attic every Black Friday, it’s undeniable that there’s something special about heading to an authentic tree farm during the holidays.
The smell of fresh pine needles and apple cider in the air as you roll around looking for the perfect tree on a hay-filled tractor. Even if you don’t end up taking a tree home, the experience is worth the trip outside of the city limits! Here’s where you can find tree farms closest to Dallas:
Yesterland Farm :: Canton :: November 24-December 17, 2017 We love Yesterland Farms for all times of year, especially when it transforms into a Winter Wonderland and Christmas tree farm. Enjoy a FREE hayride, visit the farm zoo, sit in the giant tepee and play in the western ghost town. Bring a picnic or enjoy our fun farm fare concessions. Then pop over next door to the Yesterland Amusement Park for nostalgic mechanical rides, including Santa’s Runaway Sleigh roller coaster. Find Christmas tree prices and more information here.
Flower Mound Christmas Trees :: Flower Mound :: November 24-December 24, 2017 You will find many activities at Flower Mound Christmas Trees that are designed specifically for children, such as pyramid built from hay bales, and jump houses. All activities are FREE of charge and they’re only 6 miles east of Lewisville! Hot chocolate and cider are free on the weekends for patrons.
Kadee Farm Christmas Tree Plantation :: Greenville :: November 24-December 24, 2017 You’ll find this farm about an hour East out of Dallas. This farm offers, Virginia Pines and Fir Trees, natural wreaths & garlands, plus FREE hot cider, hay rides, maze, hay jump, swinging tree, a petting corral for the kids, and a food court! Find pricing information on their website.
Elves Farm :: Denison :: November 24-December 24, 2017 This farm is located just north of Sherman on 75. They provide FREE apple cider or coffee, a maze for the kids, and a farm zoo. Each tree is individually priced, and you can get more information on their website here.