Cut Your Own Christmas Tree [Semi] Locally

Looking to cut down your own Christmas tree this season? Here's a list of some tree farms where you can do it nearby.

Credit: Patch File Photo
Credit: Patch File Photo
If you are looking to cut down your own Christmas tree this holiday season you are in luck – Patch has got you covered. 

Regardless of whether cutting down your own tree is a tradition or a first-time adventure, here are several local places to make new holiday memories:

A.G.A Farms

1333 Elephant Road, Perkasie

Phone: 215-795-0660

Hours of Operation; 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., daily.

Cut your own tree for $7 a foot. The farm offers several different types of trees to choose from: Douglas Fir, White Pine, Scotch Spruce, Colorado Spruce and Norway Spruce.


Colavita Christmas Tree Farm

1761 Dolington Road, Yardley

Phone: 215-493-3563

Hours of Operation: 9 a.m. -4:30 p.m. daily.

Choose from more than 30 different varieties of Christmas tree. Every tree is $60.  


Indian Walk Tree Farm

591 Durham Road, Wrightstown

Phone: 215-493-9400

Hours of Operation:  10 a.m. until dusk, daily.

Several acres of farmland dedicated to cut-your-own Christmas trees, each populated with three species of Christmas Tree, Douglas Fir, Norway Spruce and White Pine.

Trees cost $40 up to 7 feet tall, after 7 feet each additional foot is an extra $5.


Tuckamony Farm

6320 Upper York Road, Solebury

Phone: 215-297-8447

Hours of Operation: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. during the week, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. on weekends. Tuckamony Farm features 15 acres of cut-your-own trees, with many species represented. All trees cost $59.


Want a pretty tree but don’t want to get your hands dirty? Try this handy Christmas Tree Locator to help find a location selling pre-cut trees near you.


Know of a cut-your-own tree farm that we missed? Tell everyone about it in the comments section below.

Chris Small December 04, 2013 at 04:38 PM
Went to Tuckamony, their website is http://www.tuckamony.com, if you want to update their listing. It is just north of Peddler's Village, so you can make it a full day trip. They have a little craft shop and great food. Our kids made s'mores (bought from the cafe) and I had a BBQ pulled pork sandwich from a locally raised pig, made by a local restaurant, providing food for the cafe. It was great and is a family run farm, we were talking to the person who runs it. The trees always last and people help you get it onto your car, make it really easy so you can enjoy the experience. Really terrific place, our new tradition


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