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It’s the Most Pine-derful Time of the Year!

It’s been quite the 2020 – but Christmas is still the most wonderful time of the year. When it’s time to pick the tree where you’ll hang all those fantastic ornaments currently sitting in the garage, you’ve got lots of local options. Check out these Sonoma County tree farms for your perfect Christmas tree and have a cheerful and safe day with your family.

Frosty Mountain Tree Farm

Cut down your own tree at Frosty Mountain Tree Farm in Sebastopol. Whether it be a Douglas Fir, Scotch Pine, Sequoia Redwood, Leyland Cypress, or Noble Fir, you’ll find your perfect tree here. There are so many things to do at the farm while you’re there – hayrides, farm animals, picnics, and more – your family will have a day filled with Christmas cheer. They open after Thanksgiving, so be sure to get down there and find your perfect tree before it’s gone! Curbside pickup is also available for an additional fee.

Larsen’s Christmas Tree Farm

Also opening the day after Thanksgiving, Larsen’s Christmas Tree Farm in Petaluma offers the lumberjack experience you didn’t know you needed. Choose and cut your own tree from their groves of Monterey Pine, Leyland Cypress, and more, or pick one out that’s been pre-cut for you. Get your tree between Friday and Sunday, 9AM to 5PM.

Reindeer Ridge Christmas Tree Farm

Also opening the 22nd of November, Reindeer Ridge Christmas Tree Farm in Sebastopol offers a full Christmas experience with their fully stocked barn full of ornaments, décor and snacks. Cut your own Douglas Fir, Blue Spruce, Leyland Cypress, and more, or pick one out a pre-cut Noble Fir. Don’t miss the train and tractor rides that will start after Thanksgiving.

Little Hills Christmas Tree Farm

This Petaluma spot offers a wide array of activities, all in one trip. Take the family to Little Hills Christmas Tree Farm and pick out your perfect Christmas tree. You can cut it yourself or pick a freshly cut one to take home. While you’re there, enjoy the scenery, visit with Santa Claus, and hang out with some very delightful animal residents of the farm. A hidden Christmas retreat right here in Petaluma.

It’s time to spruce up your home, Sonoma. Christmas is the perfect excuse to get out and have some fun with family and friends. So, make one of these local Sonoma County farms your stop this holiday season and make your tree shining, shimmering, and splendid.

A transplant from Southern California, she is a senior at Sonoma State University pursuing a Bachelor’s in English. She enjoys reading, British accents, and in another life she would be a Malacologist.

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