5 spots to choose and cut Christmas trees in the Mountain State

The holiday season is here, and many of you are probably looking for that perfect Christmas tree for your living room. West Virginia is home to countless tree farms around the state where you can find the right Christmas tree for you and your family!

1. Bluestone Nursery

Bluestone Nursery is located in Camp Creek and offers several types of trees such as Canaan Fir, Norway Spruce and White Pines. The Nursery is open seven days a week from Thanksgiving to Christmas Eve. While you’re there, be sure to visit Camp Creek State Park for an afternoon of hiking or fishing!

2. Brushy Mountain Tree Farm

Located in Franklin, Brushy Mountain Tree Farm offers various types of Christmas trees, as well as cutting and loading assistance. The farm is open every weekend from Thanksgiving to Christmas and is just a short drive from Spruce Knob and Seneca Rocks – both perfect for some Almost Heaven sightseeing!

3. Whipkey Tree Farm

Whipkey Tree Farm is the premiere tree farm in Kanawha County. The farm offers White Pine, Scotch Pine, Norway Spruce, and Douglas Fir trees, and they’re open from the day after Thanksgiving to Christmas Eve! After picking your favorite tree, be sure to explore downtown Charleston and dine at one of the many restaurants it has to offer!

4. Pinecrest Tree Farm

Pinecrest Tree Farm, located in Hedgesville, features Douglas, Concolor and Canaan Fir trees. They also offer customers season products like wreaths! They provide saws, tree baling, and help cutting and dragging, if needed. The farm is just a short drive from Harpers Ferry where you can experience the annual Harpers Ferry Olde Tyme Christmas!

5. Honey Suckle Glades Farm

Tucked away in Fayette County is Honey Suckle Glades Farm – located just off US-19 in Lookout. The farm offers customers White Pine, Norway and Blue Spruce, Fraser and Concolor Fir trees. If needed, the farm can also provide saws for cutting your tree! The park is located within a few minutes of Babcock State Park and the Glade Creek Grist Mill – the perfect place for sightseeing!

There are so many places across the Mountain State to pick your Christmas tree, and several different types of trees to choose from. Which is your favorite?

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This post was last updated on March 17, 2022