Where to Cut Your Own Christmas Tree in the New York Area
Find local Christmas tree farms in the New York area and head out to cut your own Christmas tree this holiday season.
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Christmas Tree Lane
9 Christmas Tree Drive, Wallkill
Open from Nov. 28; call for hours. A family-owned and -operated Christmas tree farm in the Hudson Valley offering cut-your-own, as well as pre-cut options.
What you should know: The farm is following all New York state health and safety guidelines for COVID-19. Hand sanitizer stations are available.
Jones Family Farm
606 Walnut Tree Hill Road, Shelton
Opens Nov. 21-Dec. 24, daily, 9am-5:30pm daily (closed Thanksgiving Day and closes at 4pm on Christmas Eve). Twine and tree baling services available. Holiday decorations and traditional crafts and ornaments for sale. Refreshments available. Leashed dogs welcome during Christmas time, though they are not allowed in all areas.
What you should know: Reservations and payment in advance required on weekends, Nov. 21-Dec. 13. Face masks required. The farm is controlling the number of visitors and encourages people to visit during the week. Social distancing is enforced.
Maple Row Farm
555 N. Park Ave., Easton
Beginning Nov. 21, daily, 9am-4:30pm. Cut-your-own and pre-cut trees available. Tree baling and assistance provided. Saws are provided or bring your own (no chainsaws allowed). Wreaths, roping, and tree stands available. Holiday accessories are for sale.
What you should know: Social distancing is enforced. Face masks are required. The farm is asking customers to keep tailgating reasonable and within the state guidelines for group sizes.
Paproski's Castle Hill Farm
25 Sugar Lane, Newtown
Opens Nov. 28. Check website for hours. Provides assistance in wrapping and tying your tree to your car. After, enjoy a complementary hot cider and cookies by the farmhouse fire, or take a hike across the 5-acre farm. Also offers pre-cut trees and handmade wreaths. New clearing section with tagged trees, allowing you to select your tree in advance.
What you should know: Face masks are required. The farm is following all guidelines and regulations set in place by the state of Connecticut for COVID-19 safety.
Elwood Pumpkin Farm
1500 E. Jericho Turnpike, Huntington
Open Nov. 27-29, 10am-4:30pm for cut-your-own (call for appointment) and 10am-7pm for pre-cut. Dec. 1-24, Monday-Friday, 3pm to dark for cut-your-own (call for appointment), and 3-7pm for pre-cut; Saturday-Sunday, 10am to dark for cut-your-own(call for appointment), and 10am-7pm for pre-cut. Bring your own saw to cut your tree. Staff will help you tie your tree to your car (no charge).
What you should know: Face masks are required. Social distancing is enforced.
Matt’s Christmas Tree Farm
305 Weeks Ave., Manorville
Open Nov. 27-Dec. 24, Wednesday-Monday, 8am-4:30pm. More than 10,000 trees ranging from 2-foot table toppers to 15-foot ceiling scrapers. Bow saws and netting available. Trailer rides back from field. Loading and tying assistance provided. Candy canes available for kids. Leashed dogs welcome. Potted trees also available.
What you should know: Face masks are required. Customers are encouraged to visit during the week to maintain social distancing.
Mike’s Christmas Tree Farm
323 Weeks Ave., Manorville
Open Nov. 27-Dec. 24, daily, 8am-4:30pm. Fresh wreaths also available. Tree wrapping and saws provided. Call for questions about COVID safety measures.
Shamrock Christmas Tree Farm
20685 Main Road, Mattituck
631-298-4619 or 631-298-4118
Opens Nov. 27, daily, 9am-5pm daily. Tools and assistance provided. Pre-cut trees, handmade wreaths, and crafts also available. Ornaments, nutcrackers, tree toppers, and more available in the gift shop. No pets allowed.
What you should know: Customers are encouraged to visit during the week to help limit crowds. There is also a reduced capacity. Face masks are required at all times and social distancing is enforced. Check Facebook for regular updates.
Where to Cut Your Own Christmas Trees Middlesex County
Barclay's Tree Farm
35 Orchardside Drive, Cranbury
Open Nov. 27-Dec. 24, Saturday-Sunday, 9am-4:30pm. Tools and assistance provided. Fresh plain or decorated wreaths and tree stands for sale. Leashed dogs allowed. Call for questions about COVID safety measures.
Two locations: 260 Dey Road and 120 Cranbury Neck Road, Cranbury
Now open; call for hours. Saws provided and free netting is available. Wreaths available for purchase. Call for questions about COVID safety measures.
Where to Cut Your Own Christmas Trees Morris County
Hidden Pond Tree Farm
4 West Field Road, Mendham
Opens Nov. 27, daily, 8am-7pm. Pre-cut trees also available. Refreshments available. Free hayrides (weather permitting). Marshmallow roasting around the bonfire and free hot chocolate offered. Christmas shop with wreaths, greenery, centerpieces, and other decorations. Cash or checks only.
What you should know: Customers are encouraged to visit during the week to help limit crowds. Everyone older than 2 must wear a face mask. Social distancing guidelines are enforced.
Rolling Green Farm
61 Hacklebarney Road, Long Valley
Open Nov. 27-Dec. 25, Saturday-Sunday, 10am-4pm. Wreaths, tree sprays, and antiques available for sale in the shop. Customers are asked not to cut trees shorter than 6 feet. The farm has pre-cut trees that can be trimmed down.
What you should know: Face masks are required. Social-distancing guidelines are enforced.
Where to Cut Your Own Christmas Trees Sussex County
Country Heritage Farm
129 Plains Road, Augusta
Opens for the season Nov. 27, 9am-4pm; then open through Dec. 13, Saturday-Sunday, 9am-4pm. Saws provided. Christmas shop with decorations, ornaments, wreaths, holly, tree stands, and garland on-site. Hayride to haul tree back from tree provided. Farm will attempt to run hayrides, but if it's not running, staff will haul customers' trees from the field.
What you should know: Face mask are required. Social distancing is enforced.
Holiday Tree Farm
44 Augusta Hill Road, Augusta
Open Nov. 27, 9am-4:30pm, then open Saturday-Sunday, 9am-4:30pm, through Christmas. Saws provided. Christmas shop on premises with wreaths for sale.
Call for questions about COVID safety measures.
98 Pond School Road, Sussex
Opens Nov. 28, Saturday-Sunday, 9:30am to dark. Santa appearances throughout the day. Christmas movies in the hayloft and a petting zoo full of animals in the barn.
What you should know: Masks required for the movies.
Stonerow Tree Farm
242 Wykertown Road, Branchville
Open beginning Nov. 28, Saturday-Sunday, 9am-4pm. Douglas Fir, Blue Spruce, Fraser Fir, and Cannon Fir trees on sale for $60. Saws and twine available. Dogs welcome on a leash.
What you should know: The farm is following COVID-19 guidelines, requiring face masks.
Where to Cut Your Own Christmas Trees Warren County
Evergreen Valley Christmas Tree Farm
77 Jackson Valley Road, Washington
Open Nov. 27-Dec. 23, Tuesday-Sunday, 9am-4pm. Assistance provided. Bring your own saw (no chainsaws). Wagon rides available. Call for questions about COVID safety measures.
Wyckoff's Christmas Tree Farm
246 County Road 519, Belvidere
Opens Nov. 27, Saturday-Sunday, 8am-4:30pm; Monday-Friday, 10am-4:30pm. Thousands of trees available.
What you should know: Customers are encouraged to visit during non-peak hours. Peak hours are weekends 10am-3pm. Face coverings/masks must be worn by those able to do so without adverse health impacts when social distancing isn't possible.