Oh Christmas Tree — Festive Farms in WV

The holiday season is here, and many of you are probably looking for that perfect Christmas tree to light up your living room and fill the days with cheer. West Virginia is home to countless tree farms around the state, filled with a variety of different trees for you to take home and decorate.

You’re sure to find the right Christmas tree for you and your family at one of these Almost Heaven Christmas tree farms.

Bailey Tree Farm at Bluestone Nursery

Camp Creek, WV

Bailey Tree Farm at Bluestone Nursery, located in Camp Creek, offers several types of trees such as Canaan Fir, Norway Spruce, White Pines and more. The Nursery is open seven days a week from Thanksgiving to Christmas Eve and is the perfect spot for a new family tradition.

While you’re there, be sure to visit Camp Creek State Park for an afternoon of hiking through the snow or mountain biking through the 27 miles of trails.

Wilkerson Christmas Tree Farm

Griffithsville, WV

Celebrating their 50th Anniversary this season, Wilkerson Christmas Tree Farm in Lincoln County has been creating cherished family memories and Christmas magic for decades. Spread across the farm are five species of trees for customers to purchase and enjoy, ranging from White and Scotch Pines to Canaan Valley Boston Furs.

The choose and cut tree farm opens the first Saturday after Thanksgiving. Stop by their charming Christmas Store on the way out and fulfill all your families wintertime dreams.

Brushy Mountain Tree Farm

Deer Run, WV

Located in the heart of Deer Run, Brushy Mountain Tree Farm offers various types of Christmas trees, as well as cutting and loading assistance. The family owned tree farm is home to over 10,000 trees on eight acres and prides themselves on raising high quality, affordable trees in a family friendly atmosphere. The farm also creates handmade wreaths and swags—charming holiday party decorations.

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!

Dan and Bryan Christmas Trees

Shepherdstown, WV

Dan and Bryan Christmas Trees, located in Jefferson County, features beautiful, locally grown, fresh cut Douglas fir and Fraser fir trees. They offer a choose and cut method, or precut trees. They held the honor of presenting the National Tree—displayed in the Blue Room at the White House—on 4 separate occasions, and are of of the most popular tree farms in the region.

The farm is just a short drive from Harpers Ferry where you can experience the annual Harpers Ferry Olde Tyme Christmas!

May Tree Farm

Maysville, WV

Tucked away in the Eastern base of the Appalachian Mountains, is May Tree Farm—located just off route-93 in Maysville. The farm offers customers several trees species to choose from: Colorado Blue Spruce, Concolor Fir, Scotch Pine and more. The farm provides both chose and cut, and wholesale trees.

The park is located within an hour of Timberline Mountain—the perfect place for skiing and snowboarding!

Monongahela National Forest Christmas Tree Permit 

Looking for a unique Holiday tradition the whole family will love? Bring your family to Monongahela National Forest in Elkins-Randolph County and create special memories as you cut your own Christmas tree. A permit is required to cut a Christmas tree on the Greenbrier or Marlinton-White Sulphur Ranger Districts. One permit is allowed per household and is limited to one tree per permit. Permits cost $5 each, fostering a memory that will last a lifetime. Christmas Tree Permits are free for 4th and 5th grade students with the Every Kid Outdoors Pass.

Fun Fact: The Monongahela National Forest was selected to provide the 2023 U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree, which was a majestic 63-foot Norway spruce decorated with ornaments made by West Virginians.

There are so many places across the Mountain State to pick your Christmas tree, and several different types of trees to choose from. Check out more West Virginia dreamy wintertime adventures by signing up for Winter Snowfall Updates.

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This post was last updated on December 1, 2023