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Christmas Tree Farms in Columbus and Beyond

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Cutting down or picking out your family’s Christmas Tree is a fun family tradition! Looking for the best place to get yours? Check this list of Christmas Tree Farms in Columbus and Beyond!

This list contains a variety of options for picking out your Christmas tree around Central Ohio! If you want to drive out to the country, take a hay ride into the field and chop down your own tree, or you’d rather pull into a parking spot and pick out a precut tree (no sawing involved), you can take your pick!

Please double check times and availability by clicking each link or calling the specific farm you are interested in!

Christmas Tree Farms In Columbus Ohio and Beyond:

Christmas trees lined up at Christmas Tree farm near Columbus, Ohio

Christmas Tree Farms in Columbus (North):

Taylor Christmas Tree Farm

  • 3720 Wilson Rd., Sunbury, Ohio, (740) 965-3293

Cut your own, no credit cards accepted.

Joat-Mon Tree Farm

  • 1976 Klondike Rd., Delaware, Ohio 43015, 614-395-0083

Precut and pick your own trees, wood fire, hot chocolate.

Cackler Farms

Cackler Christmas Tree Farm near Columbus Ohio

  • 4971 Cackler Rd., Delaware, OH 43015, 740-524-5311

Cut your own tree. Also includes a live nativity with animals to visit, a play area for kids including a corn bin and straw bales.

Fly Away Farm

  • 1950 Lackey Old State Rd., Delaware, OH 43015, 740-548-7355

Cut your own tree, hayrides, free hot chocolate and cookies, campfire. No credit cards accepted. Only open the first weekend in December!

Country Cabin Tree Farm

  • 3600 Wilson Road​, Sunbury, OH, 614-832-9345

Precut trees available or cut your own, hot chocolate and cider available, holiday gift items for sale.

Dale Tree Farm

  • 9481 Kilbourne Rd., Sunbury, Ohio 43074, 740-524-7473

Cut your own trees, open the weekend after Thanksgiving only.

Christmas Trees Junction

  • 430 Willey Rd., Delaware, OH 43015, 740-363-9105

Cut your own tree, free candy canes.

Stonehaven Tree Farm

  • 6718 Perry Rd., Centerburg, Ohio, 43011, 614-668-6292

Pick your own tree, miniature horses, free hot cocoa and cookies and hay rides!

Heimbush Christmas Tree Farm

  • 21590 Northwest Pkwy., Marysville, Ohio 43040, 937-644-2455

Cut your own tree, no credit cards accepted, baked goods available.

Irwin Farm

  • 18961 Collins Rd., Marysville, Ohio 43040, 304-633-1728

Cut your own tree + hayride for $40. Open on the weekends.

Christmas Tree Farms in Columbus (South):

Albert Family Tree Farm

  • 7505 Bunkerhall Rd. & 8790 Gerhart Rd., Amanda, OH 43102

Precut, dug and balled trees, visits from Santa, petting zoo, refreshments at Gerhart location.

Christmas Tree Farms in Columbus (East):

Old Log House Plantation

  • 8656 State Route 13 Somerset, OH 43783, 888.869.7424

Free hayride to pick out your tree, hot cider, popcorn and gift shop.

Timbuk Farms

  • 2030 Timbuk Road, Granville, Ohio 43023, 740-587-2178

Pick your own tree, enjoy hot chocolate, gift items and visits from Santa and Mrs. Claus.

The Walsh Tree Farm

  • 9068 Eden Church Rd, St Louisville, OH 43071, (740) 745-5040

Precut trees and cut your own. Craft items for sale during business hours.

Hickory Ridge Tree Farm

  • 3600 Johnstown-Alexandria Rd, Alexandria, OH 43001, 740-924-5054

Precut and pick your own trees available.

Lynd Fruit Farm

9399 Morse Rd SW, Pataskala, Ohio 43062, 740-927-8559

Christmas trees for sale, a Christmas Shoppe, activities for families on the weekends.

Mr. Tree Farm

  • 1099 Reynoldsburg New Albany Rd N., Blacklick, OH 43004, 614-577-0081

Precut trees and cut your own. Weekends include: hayrides, Santa’s workshop, petting zoo, hot chocolate and cider.

Timberpeg Tree Farm

  • 4544 Tschopp Rd NE, Lancaster, OH 43130, 740-503-1045

Precut and cut your own trees, greenery, hot cider, goats.

Christmas Tree Farms in Columbus (West):

Carl & Dorothy Young’s Christmas Tree Farm

  • 4968 US Rte 68 North, Yellow Springs, OH 45387, 937-708-6828

Precut and cut your own trees, free hot chocolate and popcorn.

Christmas Tree Lots in Columbus

These locations for picking out your Christmas Tree in Columbus are less about the farm experience, but are still a great option for getting a real tree locally!

Dill’s Greenhouse

  • 5800 Rager Rd., Groveport, OH 43125, 614-836-3700

Precut trees, poinsettias, ornaments, other gifts.

HTH Farm Market

  • 2340 W. Dublin Granville Rd., Columbus, OH 43235, 614-396-6313

HTH Farm Market

Precut trees to choose from, farm market sells produce, decorative items and gives out free cider.

DeMonye’s Greenhouse

  • 2500 Airport Dr., Columbus, Ohio 43219, 614-252-6046

Precut trees available, other gift and greenhouse items available in the shop.

Hoffman’s Farm Market

  • 800 Rome Hilliard Rd., Columbus, Ohio 43228, 614-878-5161

Precut trees for sale, other greenery available.

Oakland Nursery Tree Lots

  • various locations around Columbus (check the link for addresses)

Oakland Nurseries sets up several tree lots around Columbus to pick up a freshly picked tree.

Other Ideas

I’ve asked for input from my readers as to where they get their Christmas trees and some other ideas that were given to me were COSTCO, Whole Foods, Lowe’s and Straders. If you have one of these locations near you, this might be another easy option!

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2 Columbus Christmas Tree Farms + Family Photos

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I think people fall into two categories: those who decorate for Christmas before Thanksgiving and those who are adamant about waiting until after. *Someone* in my household is adamant about waiting until after Thanksgiving before the tree goes up and Christmas music is played. So we usually get our Christmas tree the weekend after Thanksgiving. BUT we did get our family photos taken by HB Photography at a Christmas tree farm in mid November, so I kind of feel like I got to cheat a little!

If you haven’t got your tree yet, I’ve got two great options for you with slightly different experiences! AND I’m going to share some of our family photos! 🙂 It’s not to late to book your own holiday session with Helen – send her a message through her website or Facebook page using the links here! These are going to make great Christmas presents! (I hope my mom isn’t reading my blog!) 😉

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I can’t give you a personal rundown about a ton of Christmas tree farms, but here’s two I’ve been to and at the end of this post, I have a link to the longest list I’ve found to date! 🙂

1. Cackler Family Farms

4971 Cackler Rd.
Delaware, OH 43015
740-524-5311

After we got our pictures taken, we explored a little bit of Cackler Farms. There was a play area for kids:

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And a lamb and miniature donkey for petting!

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You can choose and cut down your own tree! Everything you need to do so is provided by the farm!

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2. HTH Farm Market

2340 W. Dublin Granville Rd.
Columbus, OH 43235
614-266-9377

For the past couple of years, we have picked out a tree at HTH Farm Market. The Market is open April through December and sells a variety of fresh produce, cheese and meats and other local products like honey, maple syrup and even some local crafts. 100% of the proceeds from the market benefit Hope Thru Housing, which is a residential substance abuse treatment center.

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There are some fun photo ops at HTH Farm Market:

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And plenty of trees to choose from!

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Really, what my kids care the most about is that they get to pick a candy cane off the tree inside the market!

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The market is right next to train tracks, so that is a plus for my train-loving kids! (Though we were advised to wait inside while it passed due to the loud whistle!)

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The first two years after Mayson was born, we ended up getting our tree in the evening and decorating it the next morning. The first year was by default. Trying to decorate that first night with a fussy baby and a 3 year old was proving wildly unsuccessful. We learned our lesson, and the next year we did it on purpose! Since the kids are up ridiculously early most days, it just made sense.

We changed things up a little bit this year. We got our tree on the day of the “incident” at OSU – though I kind of felt like delaying our plans, it turned out to be a nice way to spend the afternoon and early evening of that crazy day.

If you haven’t got your tree yet and are looking for more options, the biggest list of tree farms I have found is on This Week Community News! Through some personal contacts, I also know that Trees of Hope is donating their proceeds to an orphanage in Haiti this year.

One last thing . . . please take a minute to tell me about some of your Columbus Favorites! Click the link here to tell me and you will be entered into a GIVEAWAY for a family play pass to Recreations Outlet! Thank you so much!! 🙂

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