Christmas Tree Farm Guide | Greater Madison Area

A Comprehensive Guide to Local Christmas Tree Farms in the Greater Madison Area

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Are you looking for the best Christmas Tree Farm for your family this holiday season? We’ve scoured reviews and websites, taken personal accounts, and compiled a list in one handy location so that you can find the perfect Christmas Tree Farm this winter! [Listed Alphabetically]

(If you know of any changes or have more recommendations- please let us know in the comments below!)

  • Cut-your-own AND Pre-cut trees
  • Complimentary hot apple cider and candy canes
  • Reindeer and Santa Claus on the weekend

 

  • Cut-your-own trees
  • Sled and saw are provided!

  • Cut-your-own AND Pre-cut trees
  • Dog friendly
  • Tractor drawn wagon rides
  • Activities + warm donuts & hot drinks

  • Santa visits
  • Pre-cut trees

  • Saws provided
  • Cut-your-own AND Pre-cut trees
  • Kid’s play area/jungle gym, gift shop with ornaments, decor, hot apple cider and other treats available for purchase, Santa and Mrs. Claus on the weekends

  • Cut-your-own AND Pre-cut trees
  • Complimentary Cookies and Hot Cocoa, little gift shop with crafts for sale

  • Cut-your-own AND Pre-cut trees
  • Smaller area (less crowded!)

  • Cut-your-own trees
  • Environmentally thoughtful

  • Cut-your-own AND Pre-cut trees
  • Wide selection and gift shop with food and warm drinks
  • Dog Friendly

  • Cut-your-own and Pre-cut trees
  • Saw and Sled included

  • Cut-your-own AND Pre-cut trees
  • Complimentary candy canes
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Kyla
Nestled into a small town just outside of Madison, Kyla is raising her three boys alongside her amazing Hubs while they live with her parents for half of each year. Kyla has been writing for Madison Mom since December 2015, became the Social Media Coordinator in 2018, and began Content Creating for City Mom Collective in 2019. She was born and raised in the Madison area, and kept her roots planted here, with the exception of a short stint at UW Milwaukee while getting her BBA in Marketing and cheerleading on the collegiate team. Kyla chronicles her life and family on Instagram (@kylamariecharles) and advocates for her youngest son who was born with a fluke eye condition that left him with a prosthetic left eye.

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