These farms in driving distance of San Antonio let you cut down your own Christmas tree 

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While faux Christmas trees seem like they get more common each year, there's something special about decorating your home with the genuine article, especially if you cut it down yourself.

Fortunately, nine Christmas tree farms in the area are ready for you to come enjoy this beloved holiday tradition. We also confirmed that these have protocols in place to keep you safe and socially distanced while you're there.

If a road trip isn't in the cards for you, though, we've also included two San Antonio sellers where you can get a beautiful Christmas tree for your home.
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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. This year, don't forget your mask — the farm is requiring face coverings for entry.
Photo via Instagram / eschneider135
Brungot Farms — Cedar Park
204 E Little Elm Trail, Cedar Park, (512) 750-4378, brungotfarms.com
Though they usually have outposts in both Leander and Cedar Park, Brungot Farms has consolidated its operations to the YMCA in Cedar Park this year. Not only are they setting things up with social distancing in mind, but they've also expanded their delivery options to include porch drop-off. Plus, wreath purchases from Brungot help to support a good cause — now that's what we call holiday cheer.
Photo via Instagram / brungot_farms
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. This year you'll need to plan ahead — the farm is limiting daily admission in order to maintain social distancing, so buying tickets beforehand is a must. They're also offering curbside pickup for pre-cut trees, wreaths and garlands.
Photo via Instagram / mrscrowson
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 farm requires masks in indoor spaces and has social distancing and sanitation protocols in place.
Photo via Instagram / modernmusekatie
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. This farm offers Virginia Pines and Leyland Cypress trees that are grown on-site, as well as Frasier Firs transported with care from Wisconsin. For safety, the Elgin is encouraging mask wearing, as well as suggesting that people try to visit on weekdays in order to keep weekend crowds down.
Photo via Instagram / mwhollow
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. In addition to cutting down your own tree, you can enjoy socially distanced holiday fun with their drive-through Trail of Lights experience.
Photo via Instagram / sean.oconnor89
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. 19, this farm has a lot to offer — but its hours of operation are limited to weekends only this year, so be sure to plan ahead before hopping in the car, and don't forget to pack your masks.
Photo via Instagram / aaverycarterr
Seiler's Christmas Tree Farm
4100 Jakes Colony Road, Seguin, (830) 401-4590, seilerschristmastrees.com
Whlie lots of Christmas tree farms get patrons to and from the fields in communal hayrides, Seiler's business model was already compatible with social distancing — you grab a saw and a wagon and go get that tree yourself. 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.
Photo via Instagram / stephanie__flora
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. Though they've yet to post Christmas safety policies, msaks were required indoors during the fall's pumpkin patch, per the state's mandate.
Photo via Instagram / downhomecottage
Papa Noël Christmas Trees
6333 Broadway St., (512) 200-4088 ext. 108, papanoeltrees.com
Whether you pick up a tree curbside or make arrangements for tree delivery to your home or office, this tree lot in the heart of Alamo Heights has got you covered.
Photo via Instagram / papanoeltrees
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Holiday HillsChristmas Trees
Multiple locations, holidayhillschristmastrees.com/san-antonio
Holiday HIlls brings gorgeous Oregon-grown Christmas trees all the way down to SA for us to enjoy. Their selection includes Douglas, Noble, Grand, Nordmann and Fraser Fir trees, as well as the option to have trees delivered.
Photo via Instagram / papanoeltrees
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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. This year, don't forget your mask — the farm is requiring face coverings for entry.
Photo via Instagram / eschneider135

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