20 Texas Farms Where You Can Choose and Cut Your Own Christmas Tree 

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If you haven't already, you'll probably want to snag a Christmas tree soon. Whether it's an old family tradition or something new to try this year, head out to a Texas farm and choose and cut your own tree to take home.
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Pipe Creek Tree Farm
805 Phils Road, Pipe Creek, (210) 426-6191, pipecreekchristmastrees.com
Just a short drive to the Hill Country and you’ll be able to visit the land of “living Christmas trees.” This farm is open 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. daily so that Texans near and far can pick out and cut their fresh tree of choice. The folks here can cut the tree if you want them to, and they can also wrap your tree for the ride home. If you visit on the weekends, you and the family can also take a hayride!
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Brungot Farms — Leander
100 N Brushy St, Leander, brungotfarms.com
If you’re not wanting to hit up Cedar Park, you have the choice of stopping by Brungot Farms’ other outpost in Leander. Here you’ll be support the company’s Hope for the Holidays fundraiser. That sounds like a win-win to us.
Photo via Instagram / brungot_farms
Elgin Christmas Tree Farm
120 Natures Way, Elgin, (512) 281-5016, elginchristmastreefarm.com
Head up to Bastrop County and you may find yourself at this tree farm. Open rain or shine, this farm offers Virginia Pines and Leyland Cypress trees that are grown on-site, as well as Frasier Firs transported with care from Wisconsin. There’s also wreaths for purchase in case you want to get extra festive!
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Brungot Farms — Cedar Park
204 E Little Elm Trail, Cedar Park, (512) 750-4378, brungotfarms.com
Not too far from Austin you’ll discover a super convenient tree farm. At Brungot Farms’ Cedar Park outpost is open daily, though hours vary on the weekends. If you’re a planner, you’ll appreciate that you can view the different types of trees as well as pricing before making the trip up north.
Photo via Instagram / brungot_farms
High Star Christmas Tree Farm
19020 Becker Road, Hockley, (281) 255-9888, highstarfarm.com
Over in Harris County lies the High Star Christmas Tree Farm. The Houston-area attraction goes all out — with plenty of trees and wreaths to take home, as well as to enjoy visits with Santa (on weekends anyway), wagon rides and a farm maze while you’re there.
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Jenschke Orchards
8301 US-290, Fredericksburg, (830) 997-8422, facebook.com/fredericksburgpeaches
This family-owned orchard doesn’t disappoint for locals wanting some good old-fashioned fun of cutting your own Christmas tree. The Hill Country outpost normally functions as a hot spot for peaches, but makes an exception for the holiday season. Be sure to check ahead on the hours as trees are only available for purchase during certain hours on the weekends.
Photo via Instagram / jenschkeorchards
Kelumac Christmas Tree Farm
10379 Taylor Road, Bryan, (979) 279-3931, kelumac.com
This charming bed and breakfast is also a Christmas tree farm if you can believe it. Close to College Station, the 22-acre farm is able to accommodate between 300 and 500 trees each year, so there are plenty of trees to choose from. So, why not make it a romantic getaway? It sure is the season for cute, photoshoot-worthy dates.
Photo via Instagram / kelumac
Spring Creek Growers
23803 Decker Prairie Rosehl Road, Magnolia, (281) 259-8114, springcreekgrowers.com
A family-owned farm since 1921, Spring Creek Growers all about offering family-friendly fun. The Houston-area attraction offers both Virginia Pine and Leyland Cypress trees, so you’ll be able to take home a beautiful tree that’ll complete your holiday decor. Be sure to visit inside the historic farmhouse where you’ll enjoy hot cocoa or spiced cider as well as shop around for themed decorations.
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Old Time Christmas Tree Farm
7632 Spring Cypress Road, Spring, (281) 370-9141, oldtimechristmastree.com
Over in Spring you’ll be able to choose and cut your very own tree at this adorable farm. With pine, cypress and Frasier trees to browse, it won’t be hard to select a tree everyone can agree on. You can even bring your pet for the family fun as long as they’re leashed.
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Devine Acres Farm
944 FM 2200, Devine, (830) 665-9730, devineacresfarm.com
A consistent spot for seasonal family fun, Devine Acres Farm doesn’t disappoint with its Christmas offerings. You and your family will definitely want to make this a tradition, since you can choose and cut your own tree, then stick around for lots of fun activities. After picking your prized plant to take home, you and the fam can partake in shopping for ornaments, pancakes with Santa and more.
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Seiler's Christmas Tree Farm
4100 Jakes Colony Road, Seguin, (830) 401-4590, seilerschristmastrees.com
Drive out to Seguin and you’ll be able to hit up this farm, which features trees as short as four feet and as towering as 10 feet. With trees priced at $6 a foot, you’ll be able to snag even a monstrous tree without breaking the bank. While you’re here, you and family can also enjoy a hayride, roam about the playground and take lots of photos throughout the farm.
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Lee County Christmas Trees
4067 Co Road 114, Lincoln, (979) 716-7901, leecountychristmastrees.com
East of Austin you’ll find this super rural farm that allows Texans to cut their own Christmas tree. Fraser Firs are most popular here, but you’ll also be able to find Virginia Pines. For extra cash you can also score a beautiful wreath to add a bit more holiday spunk to your decorations.
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Evergreen Farms Christmas Trees
242 Monkey Road, Elgin, (512) 281-4833, evergreen-farms.com
Over in Bastrop County you’ll find this super rural Christmas tree farm. The family-owned farm lets Texans take a wagon ride out to where the trees are, where they’ll then be able to cut their own Texas-grown tree — or pick a precut tree if they’d like. If you’re a real tree nut, you’ll appreciate having the option to choose between five different types of trees. The cherry on top is truly all the fun activities on site — from games like hopscotch and a bean bag toss on the daily to campfires on the weekends.
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Dewberry Farm
7705 FM 362, Brookshire, (281) 934-3276, dewberryfarm.com
Just outside of Houston there’s a cute farm where — you guessed it — you can cut down your own Christmas tree. This farm is a poppin’ place to be though, as your choosing and cutting of your tree can be accompanied by a wagon ride and a dazzling Christmas light display, if you so choose. The kids will especially love this spot!
Photo via Instagram / sean.oconnor89
Tim’s Trees
738 FM 391, Hearne, (979) 828-1461, timstrees.com
It’s officially Christmas season over at Tim’s Trees. If you need an excuse for a road trip, consider grabbing a tree from Tim’s as a solid excuse. Located in the small town of Wheelock (though Hearne, not at all a big town, is considered the closest big town), Tim’s Trees offers a selection of trees up to about eight feet tall. A majority of the trees are Virginia Pines, although there are also Leyland Cypress and Arizona Cypress. Swing by during the weekend before their last day of business on Sunday, December 14.
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Martin Farms
1772 TX-159, Bellville, (979) 865-8483, martinfarmstexas.com
This aesthetic-conscious tree farm keeps it real with the vibe, which will totally have you in the holiday spirit. Priding itself as a place where “it’s always Christmas,” Martin Farms a solid selection of trees, ranging in height and type so you can find the perfect one just for you. Mrs. Claus even stops by on the weekends so you and the family can really celebrate the feeling of the season.
Photo via Facebook / Martin Farms
Holiday Acres
8919 Mustang Bayou Road, Manvel, (281) 317-0586, theholidayacres.com
Located south of Houston, Holiday Acres is just as festive as it sounds. Though only open for purchases through Friday, Dec. 13, Texans can make the trek to choose their tree on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Fraser Firs are all the way from Michigan, and there’s even special wreaths for you to snag.
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Concho Christmas Tree Farm
22310 Toe Nail Trail, Christoval, (325) 896-7575, conchochristmastreefarm.com
Travel roughly three hours northwest of San Antonio and you’ll end up in Christoval, home to a very rural Christmas tree farm. Open now through Saturday, Dec. 21, this farm has a lot to offer — from a petting zoo and hayride to, of course, the choose-and-cut tree thing. The ride may be long, but this spot will make for a lasting memory.
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A-C Tree Farm
135 Armadillo Dr, Huntsville, (936) 295-9523, facebook.com/Actreefarm
In for a drive? You’ll find this farm north of Houston, and you’ll be able to come by and choose and cut your own tree. Think of this one as a road trip as there’s lots you and your crew can get into on the way over (and on the drive back).
Photo via Facebook / A-C Christmas Tree Farm
Huebner Christmas Tree Farm
4302 Private Road 4010, Normangee, (903) 344-1132
Owned by husband and wife Steve and Carole Huebner, this farm has a small town feel that you’ll appreciate if you’re getting in the mood of the whole “cutting down your own tree” thing. Open Wednesdays through Sundays, you’ll have your pick from trees, though you should probably call ahead of time to see how many are left for you to take home.
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Pipe Creek Tree Farm
805 Phils Road, Pipe Creek, (210) 426-6191, pipecreekchristmastrees.com
Just a short drive to the Hill Country and you’ll be able to visit the land of “living Christmas trees.” This farm is open 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. daily so that Texans near and far can pick out and cut their fresh tree of choice. The folks here can cut the tree if you want them to, and they can also wrap your tree for the ride home. If you visit on the weekends, you and the family can also take a hayride!
Photo via Instagram / sowingseedstx