1. Apple Blossom Farm
Apple Blossom Farm on North Canyon Road is reopening the Saturday after Thanksgiving! From 10 AM to dusk, you can shop among various Christmas trees. While you shop for trees, you’ll get the chance to encounter Babydoll Sheep; the farm’s natural & adorable fertilizer that grazes around the property! Since Apple Blossom Farm is a registered North American Babydoll Southdown Sheep Farm, they can breed and sell Babydoll lambs. Apple Blossom Farm sells these lambs to those who want their properties maintained in the same sustainable fashion.
Shop for trees and take pictures with the Babydoll Sheep on Saturdays and Sundays until all trees are sold out!
2. Apple Country Christmas Trees
You can choose and cut your Christmas tree on Apple Country Christmas Trees’ 50-acre land! Take your time picking your tree by packing your lunch and eating at one of their picnic tables. From the day after Thanksgiving, until they’re sold out, you can enjoy products such as local apples from the apple barn, walnuts, cider, honey, and frozen pies. If you decide to bring the dog, don’t forget their leash!
Pro-tip: Before searching for your perfect Christmas tree, stop by O’Halloran’s Apple Trail Ranch next door to bring fresh produce home! They grow and sell Indian corn, squash, and 16 different varieties of apples and pears. Not only can you cut your pumpkin off the vine, but you can also buy apple cider, apple butter, and applesauce!
3. Carson Ridge Evergreens Christmas Tree Farm
For 55 years, Carson Ridge Evergreens Christmas Tree Farm has opened its 9-acre farm to families to choose and cut their Christmas trees. Once you find your tree, yell “Cutter!” and someone from the farm will help you either cut the tree down or show you and your party where to cut the tree. Carson Ridge Evergreens welcomes all dogs—leashed, of course. After a fun day looking for the perfect Christmas tree, stop by High Hill Ranch for delicious apple pastries!