I love Christmas. I don’t mean just a little; I mean the…turn on the Christmas music at the end of October kind of love. In July, you’ll find me at Tis’ the Season Christmas Shoppe browsing around humming to the music and dreaming about the holidays. So, when it comes to sharing about this time of the year, I don’t mess around. I am here to give you the ultimate list of the best Christmas Tree farms in Ohio. 

Grab a cup of hot chocolate, cover it in whip cream, turn on the Christmas tunes and find the perfect Christmas tree farm near you.

The Farms at Pine Tree Barn, Wooster

Farms at Pine Tree Barn is one of the largest farms in the state, and it warms my heart every time I am there. I wrote 100 Things to Do in Ohio’s Amish Country Before You Die; of course, this place in Amish Country made the list.

I don’t think there is a more delightful place to come and find a Christmas tree. There is so much magic here. Take your ride on a horse-drawn wagon, purchase stunning decorations and wreaths, and book a reservation for lunch to warm up after your tree-hunting excursion. 

You won’t be disappointed if you choose Pine Tree Barn as your Christmas tree-finding destination. You’ll be welcomed! You will fall in love! You will always come back.

Things to do at The Farms at Pine Tree Barn:

  • Shopping in the Barn
  • Delicious food
  • Fire pits for roasting smores
  • Sledding
  • Caboose rides
  • Horse-drawn wagon rides

Official website for The Farms at Pine Tree Barn

Wilcox Christmas Tree Farm  North Lima, Ohio

Family-owned businesses are what make Ohio great. Wilcox Christmas Tree farm is in its third generation of owners. Located in North Lima, this family farm sells all their trees for $60.00 each, so no matter what you choose, you know what you are paying. They provide you with a saw, sled, and shake and bail to get you set up to take your perfect tree home.  

Other things on property:

  • Seasonal gift shop
  • Fresh wreaths, ropes, and mantle pieces

To top this all off, they also serve free hot chocolate!

Official website for Wilcox Christmas Tree Farm

Storeyland Christmas Tree Farm  Burghill, Ohio

Another family-owned 100-acre Christmas tree farm in Ohio is Storyland Christmas Tree farm. During the Christmas season, Christmas tree seekers may walk out or take a hayride to the tree fields. Storyland grows a large selection of evergreen trees, including Fraser Fir, Canaan Fir, Concolor Fir, Blues Spruce, Norway Spruce and White Pine.  Trees are available in sizes from 2 feet to 20 feet. They will provide saws for cutting down the tree and a sled to haul the tree back.  

Other things on property:

  • Wreathes, blankets, and swags
  • Pine roping.
  • T-shirts, sweatshirts, hats, and ornaments.
  • Support a local Boy Scout Troop as they serve refreshments as you warm up by the fire.

Discount coupon for $5.00 off can be found here

Official website for Storeyland Christmas Tree Farm

Kall Christmas Tree Farm  Medina, Ohio

Memories are made in the Christmas tree fields, and Kall Christmas Tree Farm has been helping to facilitate this wonderful time of the year for 20+ years. You can find 6-8 foot trees at this farm, and you can spend an afternoon discovering the perfect one for your home.

Other things on property:

  • Gift shop with all the things you need to set up your tree
  • Cookies and Hot Chocolate are back at the Kall Christmas Tree Farm this season! 

Discount coupons can be found here

Official website for Kall Christmas Tree Farm

Timbuk Farms  Granville, Ohio

If you are looking for that Christmas tree experience that will take you to a nostalgic place in your memory, Timbuk Farm should be at the top of your list. It is not just Christmas trees here; it is a whole experience. Bundle up and enjoy a warm fire in the lodge, grab a snack on the weekends, and shop the store for a unique holiday ornament.

Timbuk Farm is one of Central Ohio’s oldest and largest Christmas tree farms; however, in 2004, the Gibson family took over to continue the tradition of making the holidays beautiful.


Other things on property:

  • Christmas shop
  • Lodge to warm up in
  • Treats on the weekends 
  • Santa can be found on select weekends

Official website for Timbuk Farms

Sugar Pines Farm Chesterland, Ohio

Geauga County is beautiful, and Sugar Pines Farm is nestled into one the lovely spots in NE Ohio. With the sounds of walking in a winter wonderland echoing in your head, your family can meander through the field to find that “perfect” tree. Once you’ve found “the one,” you will be welcomed into the cozy barn to enjoy a warm cup of cocoa and a serving of kettle corn by the roaring fire. 

Other things on property they recommend: 

  • Take a tractor-drawn hay wagon ride around the farm (weather permitting, weekends only 10 am-5 pm). 
  • Enjoy freshly made kettle corn, hot chocolate, funnel cakes, and other goodies at the Buckeye Concessions tent (open weekends only, but kettle corn will be available every day while supplies last)
  • Check out the area’s only tree monorail at the tree barn!
  • Take a walk around the property, breath in the fresh air, take some pictures… just enjoy being in the great outdoors together!
  • Maple syrup

Official website for Sugar Pines Farm

Cackler Farm Delaware, Ohio

One of central Ohio’s Christmas tree farms! We love to come here and have enjoyed walking the field to find our Christmas tree! Be aware, you have to have a reservation to come to Cackler Farm, so make sure you book before you make the drive. 

What started out as a way to pay for college has now become a family affair, and they welcome guests every holiday season to find a merry tree for the home! You can certainly find the “crown jewel of trees” here for your home.

Official website for Cackler Farm

Corsi Tree Farm Hamersville, Ohio

Ho! Ho! Ho! Santa says get ready to find your tree right here on this 100-acre family-owned farm. Corsi is straightforward in getting your tree found and purchased. All trees are $75.00…no matter the size!

Information straight from their FAQ:

  1. Grab a hand saw off of the front gate.  
  2. Grab a tarp.  They make it a lot easier to slide your tree out of the field without tearing it up.  Pick a tree!  You have 100 beautiful acres from which to choose.  
  3. Haul your tree up to the bailer building to get tied up nice and snug(free of charge).  You may also choose to have us haul it up for you for an additional $10 per tree.  
  4.  Go into the Broken Stone Lodge to pay for your tree.  Any type, any size, are all the same price.  We also have all kinds of snacks and knick-knacks.  You may want to shop around for a bit.  
  5.  Tie your tree to the top of your car.  String is provided

Other things on property:

  • Free petting zoo
  • The Broken Stone Lodge

Official website for Corsi Tree Farm

Sugargrove Tree Farm Ashland, Ohio

There is something about history that makes me smile, and this century farm is part of Ohio’s agricultural history. “Sugargrove Farm was recognized at the Ohio State Fair in August 2000 by the Ohio Department of Agriculture, The Ohio Historical Society, and Ohio’s Country Journal magazine as a Century Farm. Century Farms are those farms that have remained within the same family lineage for more than 100 years and have continued to be used for farming. We were pleased and honored to have been recognized for this special award.”

You will also find horse-drawn wagon rides on your trip here, which makes your memories even sweeter. So, pack up your crew and head to get your tree here this holiday season!

Official website of Sugargrove Tree Farm

Christmas is the happiest season of them ALL! And yes, I did listen to Christmas music as I wrote these out for you. 🙂 It is a time to slow down, enjoy your loved ones, and celebrate the season. We hope your holiday is full of love, joy, and peace.

Merry Christmas!

Brandy and family

If you have a Christmas Tree Farm in Ohio you think that should have made the list please email me at Brandy@GleasonFamilyAdventure. Tell me why they should be listed!

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