Christmas will be here before you know it and your house just isn’t ready until you’ve trimmed the tree! Here in Clark County, we have so many Christmas tree farms to choose from, you may decide to visit a couple for fresh wreaths, garlands and unique gifts! Here is the 2022 guide to Christmas tree farms in Vancouver, Washington and throughout Clark County.
Glenwood Tree Farm
8808 NE 139th Street, Vancouver
November 21 – December 4 or until the sell out
Daily except Thanksgiving: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Glenwood Tree Farm is a u-cut Christmas tree farm in Vancouver that is opening November 21, in case you like to have your tree up before Thanksgiving. They have Douglas, Noble and Nordmann firs in a variety of sizes, up to 7 feet tall. Glenwood Tree Farm provides saws, shaking and twine. For more information, visit the Glenwood Tree Farm Facebook page.
18814 NE 139 Street, Brush Prairie
November 24 until sold out
Daily: 9 a.m. – dark
Hilltop Trees is a Christmas Tree farm in Brush Prairie that has a selection of Douglas, grand and noble firs. They have a limited number of Noble firs up to 8-foot and a good selection of 6- to 7-foot grand and Douglas, respectively. Be sure to check out the barn animals and have some candy canes and hot chocolate while visiting. Free parking. Cash or check only. Visit the Hilltop Trees Facebook for more information.
3000 SE 362nd Avenue, Washougal
November 25 – December 17
Friday – Sunday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Farrell Farms is a Christmas tree farm in Washougal that has noble, Nordmann, Turkish and Douglas firs. Once you chose your tree, enjoy free hot chocolate and a candy cane while they get it ready for its ride to your home. For more information, visit the Farrell Farms website.
40910 Southeast 30th Street, Washougal
November 25 – December 23
Klopman Farms has noble, Douglas, Fraser and grand fir trees in sizes up to 14 feet! This Christmas tree farm in Washougal has plenty of selection and will take you around the farm to choose your tree via tractor. They have both u-cut and fresh-cut Christmas trees.
After choosing a tree, check out the other holiday decoration and gift items they have for sale. Free hot chocolate and candy canes await the whole family. All tree trunks are squared off, stand holes drilled and are baled for the ride home. For more information visit the Klopman Farms website.
Washougal River Christmas Trees
39336 NE Washougal River Road, Washougal
November 25 – December 23 (or until they sell out)
9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Washougal River Christmas Trees offers noble, Douglas, Fraser and Nordmann firs at their u-cut Christmas tree farm in Washougal. They have free hot chocolate and coffee for everyone, as well as candy canes for the kids. After choosing your tree, they offer free shaking, baling and drilling. Check out their wreaths and tabletop trees and visit the animal viewing area. Washougal River Christmas Trees is also an official Letter to Santa station, so bring your letters to mail! Friendly pets welcome. This year they have two lots to choose trees from! For more information, visit the Washougal River Christmas Trees website.
97320 SE Gibson Rd Washougal
November 25 – December 18 (or until they sell out)
Fischer’s U-Cut Christmas Tree farm in Washougal will open on the day after Thanksgiving with Turkish, Nordmann, noble, grand and Douglas firs. They have a very limited supply of 7- to 8-foot trees. For more information, visit the Fischer’s U-Cut Facebook page.
The Tree Wisemans
26500 NE 53rd Avenue, Ridgefield
November 25, until sold out
The Tree Wisemans is a Christmas tree farm in Ridgefield that features Douglas, grand, Fraser and Nordmann firs. They offer flocking and fire-proofing on trees under 9 feet tall. The Tree Wisemans has both u-cut and fresh-cut Christmas trees. Once you choose, your tree will be shaken to remove loose needles and baled for the ride home. Be sure to check out all their homemade decorations, including wreaths and adorable log reindeer. For more information, visit The Tree Wisemans website.
7617 NE 119th Street, Vancouver
November 25 – December 23
Looking for a u-cut Christmas tree farm in Vancouver, Washington? Thorton’s Treeland may be what you are looking for! They have Douglas, noble, Nordmann, Fraser and grand firs. They offer stand drilling for all trees after you have cut them down. Be sure to check out their gift shop, hay rides and petting zoo too! For more information, visit the Thorton’s Treeland website.
La Center Farms
31215 NE 40th Avenue, La Center
December 3: opening date
Saturday – Sundays: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
La Center Farms is a u-cut Christmas tree farm in La Center that has Douglas, noble and grand firs. They will shake and bale your tree for the ride home. After finding the perfect tree, warm up in the gift shop. They even have a theater that shows cartoons! For more information, visit the La Center Farms website.
National Forest Trees
If you want to pick out your Christmas tree in the National Forest, be sure to get your permit first! It’s just $5 and lets you get a tree from certain areas in Forks, Hoodsport, Quilcene, Quinault and the Quinault Special Management area. Trees cannot be over 15 feet tall, and there are some other rules too, so be sure to read though the Recreation.gov site before you go. Fourth graders can receive a free permit. Each house is allowed up to five permits. For more information, visit the National Forest website.