The Best Christmas Tree Farms In Central Massachusetts

Posted: November 2, 2020

Make this year's Christmas tree cutting a memorable one. Grab your family and friends and head to Central Mass. to enjoy hay rides, warm apple cider by the fire, a holiday photo, and of course, the perfect tree!

Luks Tree Farm - Auburn, MA 

Support this local family-owned, cut-your-own tree farm on 15 acres of gorgeous farmland. Head to the farm now and tag your own tree. While you’re there, head over to the Christmas Shed to check out a variety of homemade wreaths, jams, honey, and goat's milk soap. Say hi to baby Eeyore, one of the farm's mini donkeys!


Source: Tiffany Daly-LaRose, Pants Photography

Sleighbell Christmas Tree Farm - Sutton, MA

Christmas lovers will find everything they’re looking for at this 14-acre tree farm. You can opt to cut down your own pre-groomed tree from their field, or browse their selection of pre-cut trees. Then, head to the Gift Barn to check out their selection of wreaths, ornaments, lights, and other holiday decorations. For a fun family activity, check out their hay wagon rides and visits with Santa. They also have free hot cocoa and a fire pit where you can warm up. You can also take advantage of this picturesque setting and hire a local photographer for a family holiday card photo!


Source: Bell Brook Farm; Photo by Joe Gonzalez-Dufresne

Bell Brook Farm - West Brookfield, MA

Offering premium cut trees, wreaths, greenery, and gifts from neighboring farms, Bell Brook's cut-your-own trees are still growing and will be ready for you in 2024. Even still, a visit to this farm stand is well worth the scenic drive. In addition to trees they offer Make-Your-Own-Wreath Kits, available for pick up or delivery, and hosted a sold-out Dinner & Wreath-making Workshop at nearby Salem Cross Inn.


Al's Christmas Tree Lot - West Brookfield, MA

Located in West Brookfield, this festive Christmas tree farm business will cut, wrap, and secure the tree to your vehicle, free of charge! Choose from a variety of Massachusetts grown balsam and fraser firs and stop by the shop to pick up any Christmas tree needs.

Jim's Christmas Trees - Charlton, MA

This family-owned business has been providing Christmas cheer for over 30 years. Jim's provides quality trees, wreaths, kissing balls and a wonderful light show, including hundreds of your favorite cartoon characters. What makes this Christmas tree farm so special is their charming light show, which is fun to browse with family and friends.

Farmer's Daughter Hillcrest Farm - Auburn, MA

Offering 8 amazing varieties of Christmas trees, Farmer’s Daughter provides a traditional and wholesome feel when picking out your tree. Farm will open on the Friday after Thanksgiving up until Christmas Eve. With wreaths, kissing balls, ornaments and gifts in the Christmas Shop, come out and enjoy the festive, holiday season. Sweeten the season even more when Santa pays a visit in December. Bring your camera and capture that perfect holiday card moment, free! Cider and freshly made donuts are served while you wait for your tree.

Stowe Farm - Millbury, MA

Stowe Farm is open year-round and offers a number of different seasonal activities. Winter Wonderland hayrides, holiday crafting and gifts, a petting zoo and a visit from Santa Claus - and pick your own Christmas trees too! Also, check out the quaint country store during your visit!

Vandervalk Farm and Winery - Mendon, MA

Pick out a fresh-cut Christmas tree or cut your own! Then head to the Christmas barn to warm up by the fire over a warm cup of apple cider.


Star of the East Christmas Tree Farm - Sutton, MA

Come by and pick out your own Christmas tree this holiday season. Scope out the 64-acre farm and choose from 8 different varieties of pine trees to take home this holiday season!


Texas Tree Farm - Charlton, MA

This Christmas tree farm gives you the option to cut your own tree or choose from pre-cut options of all shapes and sizes. In addition to trees, they also have plenty of pre-made wreaths and other greenery to add to your home. You can even cozy up with a warm drink like cider or cocoa during your visit.

Contributing Editor: Hannah Geiger

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