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Where To Cut Your Own Christmas Trees In New Jersey

Cutting your own Christmas Tree can provide a lifetime of family memories.

There are two types of Christmas tree people: those who prefer to buy at garden centers and local stands and those who like the adventure of cutting their own.

If you are a "cut-your-own" type of person, or think you might be if given a saw and permission, here are the tried and true places in New Jersey where you can release your inner-yuletide lumberjack. 

Rest assured. Almost all cut-your-own Christmas tree farms will cut them for you. Advice: bring gardening gloves to wear because the needles will pinch, and remember that most farms accept cash only. 

Dixiedale Farms: Family owned and operated since 1911, Dixiedale farms is a short ride from Bergen County. Dixiedale never disappoints. The town of Chester is also a great place to grab a bite to eat or a cup of hot chocolate. Open Saturday & Sunday 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. 

Dixiedale Farms is located at 347 Hillside Ave & River Road, Chatham, NJ

Hidden Pond Tree Farm: Hidden Pond Tree Farm makes cutting your own tree a family even you'll remember forever. Aside from roaming the farm looking for the perfect tree, they offer free hot chocolate and marshmallows that the children can roast over an open fire. There's nothing like watching the sun set while roasting marshmallows. Open daily (except Mondays) 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Hidden Pond Tree Farm is located at 4 West Field Road, Mendham, NJ 

Shale Hill Christmas Tree FarmOpen weekends through Christmas from 9:30 a.m. to dark. All trees are $75 plus tax--cash or check only. Cut Your Own Pines, Spruces and Firs, NJ State Fair Award Winning Trees. Adorable farm animals, tasty refreshments, the “REAL” Santa Claus. Christmas movies in the hayloft! 

Shale Hill Christmas Tree Farm, 98 Pond School Road, Sussex, NJ

Plut’s Christmas Tree FarmFamily-owned and operated since 2000, Plut’s is open Wednesday and Thursday 10 a.m.–9 p.m., Friday and Saturday 9 a.m.–9 p.m., and Sunday 9 a.m.–6 p.m. Trees start at $35. After cutting your tree visit the gift shop.

Plut’s Christmas Tree Farm, Rt 31, Washington, NJ (2-1/2 miles south of the intersection of Routes 57 and 31)

Wyckoff’s Tree FarmFamily owned since 1839, Wyckoff’s Tree Farm has been featured in the NY Times. Open daily 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m. You will find an ample supply of both cut-your-own and fresh cut trees available. Wyckoff’s Farm starts the season with approximately 5,000 trees available including: Douglas Fir, Fraser Fir, Blue Spruce, Norway Spruce & Concolor Fir. Wyckoff’s also has a gift shop that features wreathes and ornaments. 

Wyckoff’s Tree Farm, 249 Country Road, Belvidere, NJ

Jolly Holly Christmas Tree FarmAll trees $48 no matter what size. Open weekends through December 18th 11 a.m.–4 p.m. Santa comes to visit!

Jolly Holly Christmas Tree Farm, 56 Maple Lane, Blairstown, NJ

Stonerow Tree FarmAll trees $50. Open weekends through December 11th. Stonerow also has the Merry Moose Gift Shop where you can find all kinds of holiday decorations and gift ideas. 

Stonerow Tree Farm, 242 Wykertown Road, Branchville, NJ

Holiday Tree FarmOpen Friday, Saturday, and Sunday through December 17 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. All trees $61 regardless of type or size. The Christmas Shoppe offers holiday decorations, gifts, and refreshments. 

Holiday Tree Farm, 44 Augusta Hill Road, Augusta, NJ

Anne Ellen Tree Farm & ShoppeOpen daily from 9 a.m.–8 p.m. through December 23rd. Over 100 acres of trees to choose from, farm animals, and Santa visits on the weekends! Anne Ellen Tree Farm is also an ideal place to grab a cup of hot chocolate and a cookie and have a picnic with the family. Anne Ellen’s also has a holiday shoppe that will personalize your ornaments while you wait. 

Anne Ellen Tree Farm & Shoppe, 114 Daum Road, Manalapan, NJ

Simonson FarmOpen daily through Dec. 23.M-F: 12 p.m.- 7 p.m. and weekends 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. Featured on CNBC, Simonson Farm has two fields with over 50 acres of trees to choose from. All U-Cut White Pine $10 off. Retail Lot White Pine $6/ft. Barbecue sandwiches for sale on weekends. Simonson Farm has a Holiday Shoppe that features wreaths and other holiday gifts. 

Simonson Farm, 118 Dey Road, Cranbury, NJ

Cherryville FarmsOpen weekends 9 a.m. to dark through Dec. 24. Cherryville Farms is a family-run farm that offers the best in cut your own trees. They also offer handmade wreaths and crafts for sale. Hot chocolate provided with a tree purchase. Cash or personal check only. 

Cherryville Farms, 352 Quakertown Road, Pittstown, NJ 

Perfect Christmas Tree FarmPerfect Christmas Tree Farm is owned and run by John and Cynthia Curtis, the farmer and his wife. As part of the William Penn Land Grant of 1681, this historic 45-acre farm has always been a farm, preserving this special place as a working farm. You can take a hayride out to the fields or walk across the covered bridge to find the perfect tree. Watch wreaths being made and decorated in the barn and then come inside & warm up by the fire in the Gift Shop. Children find Santa’s Box – a special trunk filled with small toys for good boys and girls, irresistible. Free trees for churches. 

Perfect Christmas Tree Farm, 999 U.S. 22, Phillipsburg, NJ

Spruce Goose FarmOpen daily from 9 a.m.–5 p.m. Spruce Goose Farm is a family-owned farm. Ride the wagon into the fields to cut your tree and then visit the gift shop.

Spruce Goose Farm, 194 Bordentown-Georgetown Road(Rt 545) 
Chesterfield, NJ

The Evergreen FarmOpen weekends through Christmas 9 a.m.–5 p.m. Family-owned and operated, The Evergreen Farm has a number of different types of Christmas trees all in the 6 to 9 foot range. Cider and cookies await as you pick your perfect tree. 

The Evergreen Farm, 4 Bass Lane, Lebanon, NJ

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