WV Christmas Tree Farm Directory

WV Christmas Tree Farm Directory

Choose & Cut Your Own Christmas Tree

WV Christmas Tree Farm Directory


Choosing and cutting your own Christmas tree is a memorable family tradition.  Every year excitement builds as the family gets ready to bring home the perfect family tree.  The day you venture out into the snow and cold to pick your tree is like the day you bring home a new family member.  The tree you pick will take on its own personality as you decorate it with family ornaments from years past, making it familiar, but different and new.



There are many Christmas Tree Farms in West Virginia.
Here are some that may be near you.


Christmas tree ornaments.Allen DeHaven Trees (Beckley County)

201 Mylena Drive, Hedgesville, WV 25427
304 -754-3772 or 304-754-8404
Open Thanksgiving Day through the Sunday before Christmas. Thursday, Friday and Sunday noon – 5 p.m.; Saturday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saws provided. Net baling for most trees available. Free candy canes for children.

Evergreen Christmas Tree Farms (Wood County – 2 locations)

243 Pine Avenue, Mineral Wells, WV 26150
304-489-9209 or 304-483-0293
Thanksgiving Day through Christmas.

French Creek Christmas Trees (Upshur County)


Photo by French Creek Christmas Tree Farm

943 Beechtown Rd., French Creek, WV
Find us on Facebook!
You Choose and Cut. Saws provided. 10 miles south of Buckhannon on Rt. 20 and then 1 mile down Beechtown Road. Turn at the big green sign.

Saturday, Dec 3   1:00-4:00 p.m.  Visit with Santa and “Frosty the Snowman.” Tour a firetruck and talk with a fireman while waiting to have a special balloon made by that very special and talented “Wuzzy the Elf.” Gloria, with “Almost Heaven Cupcakes”, will be returning with delicious samples of her heavenly cupcakes and a drawing for some sweet Christmas treats.  The SUBA Christmas Parade at 1:00 p.m. and Rock Cave Elementary School Craft Show at the Rock Cave Fire Department from 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. For information on the craft show and/or reserving a table, please call the school at: 304-924-6969.

Hunter Tree Farm (Monongalia County)

1265 4-H Camp Rd., Morgantown, WV
You Choose and Cut.

Christmas tree ornaments.King’s Trees (Preston County)

5372 Old Route 73, Bruceton Mills, WV
Anytime daylight to dark.
You Choose and Cut.

Mt. Zion Nursery (Marion County)

815 Mount Zion Road, Fairmont, WV
email: MtZionNursery@gmail.com
You choose, you cut. Saws provided, measuring sticks provided. You choose, we cut. Precut. Predug. Rooted. Hot chocolate and candy provided with your tree.

Miller’s Christmas Trees (Preston County)

Rt. 2 Box 44, Terra Alta, WV
Open daylight hours from Thanksgiving.
You choose & cut. Saws available.


Photo by Mountain Vista Christmas Tree Farm

Mountain Vista Christmas Tree Farm (Mercer County)

3213 Black Oak Road, Princeton, WV 24740
304-487-1333 or 304-920-8571
lusks@frontiernet.net   www.mountainvistachristmastreefarm.blogspot.com
Saws, kneeling mats, gloves, carts and twine provided. Guide-led horse rides and warming fire pit on weekends. Complimentary hot cocoa.

Ridgefield Farm and Orchard (Jefferson County)

414 Kidwiler Road, Harpers Ferry, WV 25425
Baked goods and gift items. Wagons and saws provided. Trees netted.

Sleepy Creek Tree Farm (Morgan County)

37 Shade Lane, Berkeley Springs, WV 25411
304-258-4324 or 866-275-8303
Friday through Monday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Baling, cider and cookies.

Whipkey Tree Farm (Kanawha County)

200 Lory Drive, Charleston, WV 25312
Open seven days a week starting the Friday after Thanksgiving through Christmas Eve. Monday through Saturday open daylight hours; Sunday open 1 p.m. – dusk. Saws, tree shaking, baling and rope to tie down to vehicle.


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This listing has been compiled by WV Family Magazine to assist you.  It is for information only and does not constitute a recommendation or endorsement of facilities, accommodations, or services.  While every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of information in this listing, it is recommended  that you contact these farms to check dates, times, and availability information.  WV Family Magazine is not liable for damages arising out of errors or omissions.

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