Christmas Tree Farms in Florida

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Photo from Gibbs Christmas Tree Farm
Photo from Gibbs Christmas Tree Farm

Yes, there are plenty places around Jax to pick up a Christmas tree, but wouldn’t it be fun to venture out as a family to a tree farm where you can pick out and cut down your own tree? Here are a few Christmas tree farms nearby where you can choose and cut your own tree!

Rogers Christmas Tree Farm
Choose and Cut Farm
Sand Pine, Red Cedar, and Leyland Cypress available
Open: The day after Thanksgiving and then every Saturday 9:00 am to 4:30 pm and Sunday 11:00 am to 4:30 pm

6501 Jones Road
Jacksonville, FL 32219
(904)786-6709


Songer’s Christmas Tree Farm
Choose & Cut Farm and Wreaths
Sand Pine, Virginia Pine, Red Cedar, Leyland Cypress, and Spruce Pine available
Open: The day after Thanksgiving and then Wednesday 2:00 to 5:00 pm, and Friday, Saturday, and Sunday 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

5255 Carter Spencer Road
Middleburg, FL 32068
(904)272-3890


Rudolph’s Christmas Tree Farm
Choose and Cut Farm and Hay Rides
Red Cedar and Leyland Cypress available
Open: The day after Thanksgiving and then daily from 8 am to 6 pm

11965 O. C. Horne Road
Sanderson, FL 32087
(904)259-7703


Neilson’s Christmas Tree Farm
Choose & Cut Farm, Potted Trees, Model Train, Hay Rides, Petting Zoo, and Wreaths (near Gainesville)
Sand Pines, Red Cedar, Leyland Cypress, and Arizona Cypress available. Fresh Cut Northern Trees available- Fraser Firs and Scotch Pine
Open: The day after Thanksgiving to December 24, daily 10 am to 6 pm

6780 SE 67th Court
Trenton, FL 32693
(352)472-2340


BK Cedars
Choose from Red Cedar (Robin Blue), Arizona Cypress (Carolina Saphire)
Open: Thanksgiving to Christmas, Saturday and Sunday 10AM to 6PM. Other times by appointment.

20926 NW 75th Street
Alachua, FL 32615
(386)462-2060


Unicorn Hill Farm
Unicorn Hill Christmas Tree Farm, established in 1982, is the oldest Christmas tree farm operating in the Gainesville area! Choose & Cut farm, sand pine, Virginia pine, red cedar, spruce pine, Carolina Sapphire, Blue Ice.
Open December 1st, every day until all of the trees are sold. Weekdays: 4:00 pm  –  6:00 pm | Sat & Sun:  12:00 pm  –  6:00 pm

3605 NW 69th Street
Gainesville, FL 32606
(352)373-4575


Gibbs Christmas Tree Farm
Choose & Cut, Retail Lot, Potted, Hay Rides, Petting Farm/Zoo, Wreaths, Sand Pine, Red Cedar, Arizona Cypress, Fresh Cut Northern Fraser Firs
Open Day after Thanksgiving to Christmas Eve, Friday, Saturday and Sunday 9:00 am -5:00 pm

9740 E. Hwy 318
Citra, FL 32113
(352)546-2365


Santa’s Christmas Tree Forest
Choose and Cut Farm, Potted Trees, Gift/Craft Shop, Hay Rides, Petting Farm/Zoo, Wreaths, and Santa on first three weekends 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm!
Sand Pine, Red Cedar, Arizona Cypress, Fresh Cut Northern Trees – Fraser Fir, Blue Spruce, Scotch Pine, and Douglas Fir
Open: November 18 to December 23rd – see calendar for days and times.

35317 Huff Road
Eustis, FL 32736
(352)357-9863
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Santa's Christmas Tree Forest Barrel Ride
Santa’s Christmas Tree Forest Barrel Ride

Make sure you call to confirm when they are open and what is available at each farm. If you are traveling around the state for the holidays, you can find more Christmas Tree Farms throughout Florida on the Florida Christmas Tree Association’s page.

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