The pumpkins have been thrown out and the air is crisp, which can only mean one thing: it’s time to think about getting your family Christmas tree! The local farmers have worked hard all year to make sure they have beautiful evergreens perfect for your holiday celebrations. Here is your guide for the 2023 Christmas Tree Farms in Vancouver, Washington, and throughout Clark County.

Glenwood Tree Farm

8808 NE 139th Street, Vancouver
November 20 – December 10 or until sold out
Daily except Thanksgiving: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Glenwood Tree Farm in Vancouver, Washington, has Douglas, noble and Nordmann firs in sizes up to 8 feet tall. This u-cut Christmas tree farm in Clark County provides saws, shaking and twine. After picking out the perfect tree, check out their tree stands and wreaths for sale! Cash or checks only. For more information, visit the Glenwood Tree Farm Facebook page.

rows of Christmas Trees growing at Glenwood Tree Farm in Clark County. A man is kneeling on one knee and a hand while planting a tree
Photo courtesy: Glenwood Tree Farm

Hilltop Trees

18814 NE 139 Street, Brush Prairie
November 23 – December 17 or until sold out
Daily: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Hilltop Trees Christmas Tree farm in Brush Prairie has Douglas, grand and noble firs in a variety of heights up to 8 feet tall. Enjoy the barn animals, candy canes and hot chocolate while visiting. They also sell wreaths and wreath hangers, tree stands, Christmas decorations and more. After you have picked out your tree, they will shake it out and provide twine for securing to your car. Cash or check only. Free parking, ATM onsite. Visit the Hilltop Trees Facebook for more information.

rows of Christmas Trees growing at Hilltop Trees in Clark County
photo courtesy: Hilltop Trees

Farrell Farms

3000 SE 362nd Avenue, Washougal
November 24 – December 17
Friday – Sunday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Tuesday-Thursday: 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Closed Mondays

Farrell Farms is a Christmas tree farm in Washougal on 150 acres. They have noble, Nordmann and Douglas firs. Chose a tree, then enjoy hot chocolate and candy canes by the campfire while they get your tree ready for its ride home. For more information, visit the Farrell Farms website.

Klopman Farms

40910 Southeast 30th Street, Washougal
November 24 – December 23

Klopman Farms has noble, Douglas, Fraser and grand fir trees in sizes up to 14 feet! They have both u-cut and fresh-cut Christmas trees in Washougal. They also have Christmas decorations and gift items. Enjoy free hot chocolate and candy canes while your tree is prepped for its ride home: trunks are squared off, stand holes drilled and then they are baled. For more information visit the Klopman Farms website.

Washougal River Christmas Trees

39336 NE Washougal River Road, Washougal
November 24 – December 23 (or until they sell out)
Fresh-cut lot open Monday-Thursday
U-cut lot open Friday-Sundays
9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Washougal River Christmas Trees in Washougal offers noble, Douglas, Fraser and Nordmann firs. You will get a different experience depending on if you want u-cut or fresh-cut.

  • The u-cut lot offers noble and Douglas fir trees. There is no hot drinks or animals at this location.
  • The fresh-cut lot offers your choice of cut tree, along with farm animals, hot chocolate, coffee and candy canes.

After choosing your tree, they offer free shaking, baling and drilling on both lots. Cash or check is preferred. $2 charge for credit cards. For more information, visit the Washougal River Christmas Trees website.

Fischer’s U-Cut

97320 SE Gibson Rd Washougal
November 24 – December 17 (or until they sell out)
Closed Tuesdays
10 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Fischer’s U-Cut Christmas Tree farm grows a wide variety of trees including Turkish, Nordmann, noble, grand and Douglas firs. This year, they have hundreds of trees varying in size from tabletop to 5 feet. They have a limited supply of 6- to 9-foot trees and even a few larger for churches and high-ceiling buildings. For more information, visit the Fischer’s U-Cut Facebook page.

rows of Christmas Trees growing at Fischer's U-Cut in Clark County
Photo courtesy: Fischer’s U-Cut

The Tree Wisemans

26500 NE 53rd Avenue, Ridgefield
November 24 until sold out
Friday, November 24, Saturday-Sunday, 8 a.m. to dark
Monday-Friday, 10 a.m. – dark

The Tree Wisemans is a Christmas tree farm in Ridgefield that features Douglas, noble, grand and Nordmann firs. Sizes in the field range from 5 to 14 feet and are priced individually. They will have fresh-cut nobles and Nordmanns from 5 to 12 feet as well. After picking out your tree, be sure to buy a wreath, candy cane or cross made of fresh greenery by the Wiseman daughters and granddaughters. Garland is also available! And, get there quickly for their adorable log reindeer and snowman that sell out each year. Tree Wisemans also offers flocking for trees under 9 feet tall. Look for food carts on the weekend. For more information, visit The Tree Wisemans website.

Thortons Treeland

7617 NE 119th Street, Vancouver
November 24 – December 23

Thortons Treeland is a u-cut Christmas tree farm in Vancouver, Washington.  They have Douglas, noble, Nordmann, Fraser and grand firs. Select your Christmas tree, and then have it drilled for stand holes before it goes home. 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

La Center Farms is permanently closed to the public.

Photo credit: US Forest Service

National Forest Trees

If you want to get your tree from the forest, all you need is a $5 permit. You can choose a tree from certain areas in Forks, Hoodsport, Quilcene, Quinault and the Quinault Special Management area. Fourth graders can receive a free permit. Limit of five permits per household and they cannot be over 15-feet tall. There are some other rules too, so be sure to read through the site before you go. For more information, visit the National Forest website.

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