Christmas Tree Farms of the Hudson Valley



A round-up of all the best places to cut your perfect Christmas tree

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Christmas brings happiness, excitement, snow and love for many families. For some, the best part is the gift-giving, for others it is eating Christmas dinner, but for many it is selecting and decorating the perfect Christmas tree together. Whether you're like Charlie Brown and think small trees need love too, or you have Rockefeller-type tastes, picking a tree with your family will create memories to last a lifetime. With tree farms all over the Hudson Valley, you will feel like you've picked a tree from your own backyard.

As always, we do our best to have the most updated information but check for changes before you go.

Dutchess County:  

Evergreen Christmas Tree Farm: 407 North Tower Hill Rd, Millbrook. 845-677-3785. Open November 24, 25 & 26 and December 2 & 3 9:30am-4:30pm. Evergreen Tree Farm offers a variety of tree species for cutting plus the freshest most fragrant Balsam Fir Wreaths and other beautiful decor. 

Fabulous Firs: 683 Van Wagner Rd., Poughkeepsie, NY 12603. 845-635-3206Cut-your-own season begins November 18 weekends 9am-4pm. "Black Friday" 9am-4pm. Cut your own beautiful Christmas tree from one of the best fields around. Refreshments, handmade wreaths, 
memories to last a lifetime. Lots of varieties to choose from. 

F.W. Battenfeld & Son: 856 Rte. 199, Red Hook. 845-758-8018. Opening Monday Nov 20-22 Closed Thanksgiving. Re open Friday the 24th till mid December, 8-4. Farm offers a variety of trees to chooses from, wagon rides on weekends, custom wreaths and boxwood centerpieces. Visit with Santa November 24-6, December 2-3, and 9-10.

Wonderland Farm: 191 White Schoolhouse Rd., Rhinebeck. 845-876-6760. Earlybird weekend is November 18 & 19, followed by Thanksgiving weekend November 24-26. Weekends 9:30am-4:30pm and Fridays 10am-4pm. Check their Facebook page for other dates. Come pick your own Christmas trees and enjoy the farm. Free hot cocoa, borrow a saw program, free wrapping, and free rope.

Abels Trees: 435 North Clove Rd., Verbank. 845-677-6395. Cell 845-264-1563. We plan to resume all normal activities in 2023, with Erin’s fresh baked goods, kettle corn, wagon rides, hand crafts, and free hot chocolate. 

Saltsman Tree Farm: 214 Route 308, Rhinebeck, NY 12572. 845-876-8801. Open for the season on Friday, November 24. Sat. & Sun. 9am-4pm, Wed. & Fri. 1pm-4pm. Bring the family for a holiday tradition and cut your own Christmas tree. Come for your tree, stay to enjoy our open barnyard bonfire (weekends only). Cash and LOCAL checks only.

Murphy Crest Christmas Tree Farm: 170 Depot Hill Rd., Amenia, NY 12501. 845-464-6931Open from 9am  to dark on the following dates only: Fri. Nov. 24, Sat., Dec. 2 & 9 (if supplies allow). If one of the Saturdays is particularly bad weather, we may be open that Sunday instead. A variety of fresh Christmas trees to choose from.

Plains View Farm: 21 Freedom Rd, Pleasant Valley, NY 12569. 845-485-4277.  Opening day is Friday, November 24, 8am-4pm. Tractor-drawn hay rides to the fields will be available (weather permitting). Hot cider, hot chocolate, and homemade cookies (from Grandma Wade's recipe) will be available while supplies last! Cash or check only.


Orange County:

Airfield Farms, 64 Holmes Road, Newburgh. Families who put up their trees early can choose a pre-cut conifer here beginning Black Friday, Nov. 24. Families can visit the farm for a beautiful selection of available trees already cut, as well as wreaths and holiday décor. Open during the Christmas season Tuesday-Friday 4:30pm-7pm and Saturday/Sunday noon to 8pm.

Sumner’s Wintergreen Tree Farm: We will be open Saturday and Sunday, December 2 & 3 from 9am to 4pm. The main trees available are Fraser Firs, with just a few Concolor Firs and Spruces. 123 Brola Road, Middletown. (845) 800-3018

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Manza Family Farm: 730 Rte. 211., Montgomery. 845-692-4364. No opening day yet. Cut your own Christmas tree and pre-cut available. Picture taking areas, Santa visits on weekends from 11am-4pm. Holiday gift items in our Christmas Shop as well as hot drinks, food  and  baked goods. 

Wright Family Farm: 325 Kings Hwy., Warwick. 845-986-1345. Christmas Season opens Friday, Nov. 24. Nov. 25 & 26 10am-7pm, Nov. 26 10am-7pm, Nov. 27 10am-6pm, 
December hours: Thursdays 3-6pm, Fridays 3-7pm, Saturdays 10am-7pm and Sundays 10am-6pm. A variety of wreaths, roping garland,  seasonal décor. Offers a premium selection of Christmas trees. Complimentary hot chocolate & cookies. Apple cider donuts available weekends.

C. Rowe and Sons Farm: 113 Station Rd., Campbell Hall. 845-427-2254. Open November 25 and 26. Also December 2 and 3 unless we sell out before then. 


Piersons Farm: 1448 Route 211 W (near Otisville), Middletown, NY 10940. 845-386-1882. Day after Thanksgiving – December 23rd. Open Mon-Thur 10-5, Fri & Sun 10-6, & Sat 10-7. Pre-cut Christmas trees, Christmas tree accessories and decorations, wreaths, roping, kissing balls, grave blankets, wreath making classes, centerpiece making classes, primitive décor items in farm store, hot cocoa, local jam, syrup, and honey.  

Rocky Bar Farm: 52 Rocky Bar Rd., Westtown, NY 10998. 845-304-9196. November 25-26, December 2-3, and 9-10, 10am-3pm. *Or by appointment. Message us to arrange. Douglas Fir, Blue Spruce, and White Spruce. Cash or Check only.


Emmerich Tree Farm: 101 Sleepy Valley Rd., Warwick, NY 10990. 845-986-0151. We are a choose-and-cut Christmas tree farm, offering over 12 varieties of spruce, pine, and fir. Handcrafted Adirondack woodcrafts- reindeer, snowmen tiny trees, locally made chocolates and sweets, assorted bells, hand-crafted ornaments, and Emmerich Tree Farm branded merchandise. Reservations required. Opening on Black Friday. For those who choose and cut, we encourage the experience of choosing, cutting, and carrying your tree to our processing station.  From there, we trim it, shake it, bale it, transport it, and help you secure your tree for transport. 

Farmside Acres: 280 Angola Rd., Cornwall, NY 12518. 845-534-8362. 2023 weekends are December 2-3; and 9-10. Our hours are 10 am to 4 pm. No credit cards accepted. This year, the Trees for Troops donations collected at our farm will supply SIX military bases with real Christmas trees for their military families.

Pine View Farm: 575 Jackson Ave., New Windsor, NY 12553. 845-564-4111. December 9th and 10th between 9am and 4pm. Cash and personal checks only.

Stone Oak Tree Farm, 207 Stony Bar Road, Slate Hill, N.Y. Open on Saturday, Nov. 25, and each weekend through Sunday, December 3, 10am to dusk. Weekday reservations accepted by appointment. There is an antique shop in the barn, where you can also find fresh homemade wreaths, varied breads, local honey, handmade soaps, and bundles of wood. There are acres of trees to choose from! Enjoy free hot chocolate & a candy cane while you warm up in front of our huge roaring fireplace!


Ulster County:
 
Christmas Tree Lane: 9 Christmas Drive, Wallkill, NY 12589. 845-895-3536. Opening Nov. 25th. Closing date December 17 at 4pm. See Santa Nov. 25 & Dec. 9, 10am-2pm. The Grinch Nov. 26 and Dec. 3, 10am - 2pm. We offer cut your own Christmas trees or pre-cut Christmas trees. Roast a marshmallow, sit by the fire and enjoy a cup of hot chocolate, and kids can ride the reindeer barrel train.

West Wind Tree Farm: 543 Bruyn Turnpike, Wallkill. 845-895-3807. No opening info yet. Enjoy pre-cut Christmas trees or cut them yourself. 

Wallkill View Farm: 14 Rte. 299 West., New Paltz, NY 12561. 845-255-8050. Open end of Nov. through Dec. 9am-6:30pm, 7 days a week. At Wallkill View Farm we sell fresh cut Douglas and Fraser fir Christmas trees! We have over 100 trees standing on display for you to find the perfect tree for your home. It is an event for the whole family! While picking out the family tree you can warm up inside by the fire and have some delicious hot chocolate. We also sell beautifully decorated wreaths, table runners, and roping!

Bells Tree Farm: 647 Mettacahonts Rd., Accord, NY 12404. 845-626-7849, cell 845-532-1924Open day after Thanksgiving until they are sold out, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 9:30am-4:30pm and Saturday and Sunday 8:30am-4:30pm. Closed Tuesdays. Cut your own Christmas trees. Gift Shop features decorations, local maple syrup, honey and many handcrafted items that make great gifts. Visit with Santa on Dec. 3 at 11am.

Balsam Ridge Tree Farm: 288 South St., Clintondale, NY 12515. 845-721-4195. We'll lend you a saw, you can choose and cut your own tree or we'll cut it for you. Shaking & mechanical cleaning, tree wrapping (balling), tree haulers & sleds will be provided. Decorated wreaths. Choose from hundreds of beautiful Fraser, Balsam, Canaan, Concolor Firs and Colorado Blue Spruce Christmas Trees. Open Friday after Thanksgiving 9am-4pm. Sat & Sun 9am-4pm.

Sullivan County:

Pine Farm Christmas Trees: 121 Eagin Rd., Youngsville, NY 12791. (607) 591-5507. We will be open the following weekends for the 2023 season: November 24-26, December 2-3 and 9-10. 9:30am-4pm. You cut Christmas trees. Take a saw and a map of the fields out and ride back from the fields with your tree in a tractor pulled wagon. Tree bailing, free hot chocolate, plus wreaths and homemade soaps

Maplehorst Farm: 151 Rapp Rd., Monticello, NY 12701. 845-794-8596.  Day after Thanksgiving through Dec. 23, 9am-6pm daily. Choose & harvest your own Christmas tree or choose from a fresh cut tree that are harvested from our farm throughout the Christmas Season. We will shake your tree to remove any old needles, drill it for our super easy stand system and bale it. The Christmas Shoppe is the home for hot spiced cider, locally made fudge and chocolate lollipops, maple syrup and a huge selection of Christmas ornaments, plush Christmas characters, and lots of holiday decor and accessories.

Updated November 16, 2023


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