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Christmas Tree Farms in Olympia WA

Christmas Tree Farms in Olympia WA

Finding the perfect tree is an essential part of your holiday preparations. You have to find the perfect showpiece that will welcome your guests and drive your cats crazy. Luckily, there are several great Christmas tree farms in Olympia WA to choose from:

 

Hunter Christmas Trees: Hop on a yule tree wagon and browse their 150 acres of trees or stay warm with a cup of cocoa or cider and choose from the selection of fresh cut trees in the barn. Be sure to check out their reindeer straight from the North Pole and pick out something special from their Christmas Store. Boy Scouts are available on weekends to shake out the needles from your tree and bundle it for the ride home.

Clyde 'n Dale's Holiday Trees: Experience a horse-drawn trolly ride through this 10-acre family farm in SE Olympia. Open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays through Dec. 19th from 9-5. Enjoy fresh hot cider, live musical performances, and shop for goodies in the gift shop!

Schilter Family Farm: Located in the Nisqually Valley, this family farm is rich in history and boasts a 140 year old barn that is the scene for their Lighted Nativity. Fresh cut or 'choose and cut' trees are available, and can even be drilled and mounted in a specialty stand on the spot.

 

Check out our map of Christmas Tree Farms in Olympia WA to find these farms and a few other local favorites:

 


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