Christmas Tree Farms in Metro Detroit and Ann Arbor

Searching for the right tree for your family? These Christmas tree farms in southeast Michigan will spruce up your holiday spirit in 2021.

The holiday season is not complete without the perfect tree to decorate with ornaments, lights and ribbon. Throughout southeast Michigan, there are tons of Christmas tree farms and lots to help make this holiday season a special one.

Check out the different spots offering fresh pre-cut and “u-cut” trees. While you’re there, you may even see Santa and warm up with hot chocolate or apple cider.

Before heading out, visit the Michigan Christmas Tree Association for tips and additional information. Here are a few of ours:

  • Most tree farms have saws on hand, and they’ll trim and package your tree so it’s easy to take home. Consider bringing a few bungee cords if you’d like, but otherwise, you’re covered.
  • Farms have different season start/end dates. Most open the weekend after Thanksgiving, but it’s always best to call ahead.
  • Prices and tree types will vary depending on the farm.
  • Some farms don’t accept credit or debit cards; not all have electricity. Be sure to bring cash or a checkbook, just in case. Call ahead if you have any questions.
  • Many offer activities like bonfires, hayrides and food — usually on the weekends. Again, check ahead to be sure.

Need more information? Get some additional insights from experts on choosing, chopping and caring for real, fresh-cut Christmas trees.

Note: Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, some farms may be closed or are following strict safety guidelines. Check ahead with your chosen farm on what’s expected of you this season before heading out.

Addison-Oaks Christmas Tree Farm

Opened in 1988, this farm continues to provide quality Christmas trees and hand-trims them to the perfect shape and density. On weekends, stop by the warm-up area for hot chocolate, hot cider, snacks and candy canes for the children. Use a coupon to take $5 off on trees.

Arend Tree Farms

Arend offers various Christmas trees to people in southern Michigan and northern Ohio each holiday season. Take a tractor-pulled wagon ride to the cutting area and choose one of three tree types. Dogs on leashes are welcome. Guests are expected to social distance and face masks are required when social distancing is not possible.

Blake Farms

You’re invited to visit Blake Farms and choose between u-cut and pre-cut Christmas trees. Take free wagon rides to the field and reserve a private igloo to have an outdoor meal with your family after you pick the perfect tree.

Braun’s Tree Farm

Get the total experience of Braun’s, which has some of the highest quality pre-cut Christmas trees. Guests have the opportunity to find the perfect tree and cut it down. Bring it back to the shop to have it wrapped in plastic for easy transport.

Broadview Christmas Tree Farm

The family-operated farm conducts year-round tasks including planting and harvesting. Choose between u-cut or pre-cut trees. They’re offering wagon rides, refreshments and visits with Santa this year, too.

Hillside Christmas Tree Farm

Start your day off taking a wagon ride to access the field with six types of trees at the Hillside Christmas Tree Farm. Children play on the haystack and grab a small tree of their own in the Tot Lot pre-cut tree lot.

Hodgson Tree Farms

Hodgson Tree Farms offer various species of u-cut and we-cut trees including Colorado Blues and Concolor Firs.

Matthes Evergreen Farm

Matthes Evergreen Farm has been in business for more than 50 years and offers a family farm atmosphere to patrons. The choose-and-cut farm specifies in several different species of trees — or you can pick a pre-cut tree.

Middle Road Tree Farm

For more than 30 years, Middle Road Tree Farm has worked hard to appeal to its customers and listen to their needs. Choose from various u-cut trees of all sizes. The farm is observing social distancing protocols and requiring face masks when social distancing can not be achieved.

Mutch’s Hidden Pines

This spot offers a large selection of “choose and cut” Christmas trees up to 14 feet tall and wreaths. They offer shaking, bailing and drilling services, too.

Ryan’s Nursery

Founded in 1990, the farm’s mission is for families to have the best holiday experience. Roam through 14 acres for the perfect Christmas tree. You can cut your own or ask the farm to cut it for you.

Stanczyk Tree Farm

For more than 30 years, Stanczyk continues to supply six species of fresh choose-and-cut and pre-cut trees on more than 10 acres.

Top Hills Farms

Visit the beautiful landscape of Top Hill Farms with rolling hills and wildlife. The 80-acre farm boasts free hayrides during the weekends (last ride leaves at 4:30 p.m.) and three warming sheds with hot chocolate, warm apple cider and snacks. COVID protocols are in place, so check with the farm before you head out.

Urquhart’s Tree Farm

Located seven miles west of Ann Arbor, the family-owned farm is a step away from the parking lot and gift shop. Take the option of riding a wagon across the river and rolling hills where you may see sheep, llamas and deer. Face masks and social distancing are encouraged. The last day of full-service is Dec. 20. After, guests must serve themselves with no packing services.

Westman’s Tree Farm

Located five miles north of Dexter, the u-cut tree farm offers Spruce, Concolor, Canaan Firs and many other trees to choose from (while supplies last).

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