The 10 Best Christmas Tree Farms in Rhode Island!
There are many reasons to get a real Christmas tree this season: It is a tradition that harkens back centuries, it is a sustainable, environmentally-friendly practice, and it supports the local economy. Plus, if you are in Rhode Island, you can choose from approximately 50 farms where real Christmas trees can be chosen, cut, and tagged, and cut. Many facilities also offer fresh roping, swags, and wreaths along with handmade crafts for Christmas, sleigh rides, and more. So come along as we go through our guide to the top 10 Christmas tree farms in Rhode Island!
Established in 1850, Henry’s has been in the Christmas tree business for over 50 years. You can choose from Fraser fir, white pine, Douglas fir, and Canaan fir. Tagging begins each year on Columbus day weekend for cut your own, although there are also cut trees to choose from. Plus, check out the on-site shop with one of the largest selections of ornaments and rosemary trees in the area.
Operated by the same family for over 100 years, Pachet is a "Blue Ribbon" Christmas tree farm. A cut-your-own operation, you can choose from Balsam fir, blue spruce, Douglas fir, Fraser fir, white pine, and white spruce. Also find pumpkins, gourds, and Halloween Hayrides throughout the year, as well as arborvitae, a popular landscape evergreen.
Established in 1990, Butterfly Farm is a working farm on 100 acres that is run by Joyce Smith. Once a working dairy farm, it now produces Christmas trees, flowers, and vegetables, and is home to Texel sheep, Hereford cattle, Boer goats, laying hens, and broiler chickens. You’ll find Fraser fir, Douglas fir, Canaan fir, concolor fir, and blue spruce, and you can choose from cut-your-own, live trees, pre-cut, tagging, and wrapping.
Founded in 1982, Boughs & Berry Farm is run by Donald & Elinor Gavin. Its lands have been farmed for over 400 years and now yield blueberries and Christmas trees. Varieties include white spruce, Fraser fir, Douglas fir, and Canaan fir trees that are 12 feet and taller. B&B offers cut-your-own, balled/burlap live trees, tagging, tree wrapping, wreaths, and more.
With over 100,000 trees and 10 different varieties, Big John’s is, well, big. Varieties include Balsam fir, Fraser fir, concolor fir, Douglas fir, Canaan fir, blue spruce, and white pine, but Big John’s only offers tree selection on site, so there is no tagging. Their professionally-trained staff will cut the tree you have selected and bring it to the bailer to be wrapped before loading into your car.
Since 1996, Bedrock Tree Farm has been owned and operated by Tom and Angie Geary and offers fir needle products are handcrafted on the farm using fir needles harvested from the trees. Currently, choose from hundreds of four foot to 12-foot Douglas fir and Canaan fir trees or choose from four foot to nine-foot Fraser firs. Also, find 100 percent soy-based candles, soaps, and body products.
At Clark’s, you’ll choose from varieties of Fraser fir, Douglas fir, Canaan fir, concolor fir, and blue spruce. Plus, their post & beam barn is full of hot cider and treats, and the selection of local products, including wreaths, fresh eggs, local jams, honey, Vermont maple syrup, soap, candles and more, is massive.
Founded in 1987, Peckham Farm is a six-acre, seventh generation working farm. Products include vegetables, giant pumpkins, and Christmas trees. See the giant Santa and Frosty in the front yard and experience a time-honored family tradition of choosing a Christmas tree. This is a working farm with many farm animals that are associated with the University of Rhode Island.
The family tradition of cutting your own Christmas tree is carried on by the Farmer’s Daughter, as you wander through their extensive tree plantation. Cut your own or choose from complementary tree services, such as shaking and baling and straight bottom cutting. Plus, warm up with fresh, hot apple cider doughnuts and hot chocolate, or sit by the crackling fire pit on weekends.
A 24-acre farm, Lockwood’s features Fraser fir, blue spruce, white spruce, and Norway spruce. Plus on weekends, from Thanksgiving through Christmas, get homemade sugar cookies, cupcakes, warm coffee, mulled cider, and hot cocoa when you select your tree. This is a dog-friendly facility, because pets are family members, too.
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