There’s still time to find that perfect tree that you and your family can decorate for Christmas! From spruces to firs, and everything in between, the Shenandoah Valley provides the best options for people looking to shop locally for the ultimate Christmas statement: the Christmas Tree.
Sitting pretty in Berryville, Virginia, is Moose Apple Christmas Tree Farm. For mid-December weekends, they’ll have four different options of pre-cut and cut-your-own trees: white pine, blue spruce, white spruce, and blue ice. With almost all of their trees falling below $100, there’s an affordable option for every family budget! Not to mention, they have a great selection of potential Christmas gifts and decorations, including an adorably thoughtful “Magic Key” for homes without a chimney for Santa to come down.
Not too far away lies Clouse’s Pine Hill Farm. Though they’ve got a closing date of December 10th this year, there’s still plenty of time to check them out online for next year’s scouting adventures! With eight different breeds of trees to choose from, every family is sure to find the perfect fit for their home.
Middleburg is known for it’s Christmas spirit, so what better place to get a Christmas Tree? Middleburg Christmas Tree Farm encourages guests to come out and enjoy the scenic plot while picking out the perfect tree to cut down. With four different and unique options to choose from – Norway Spruce, Colorado Blue Spruce, Douglas Fir, and Concolor Fir – choosing a tree will either be super easy or difficult, depending on decisiveness! Make sure to bring CASH or CHECK ONLY, debit and credit cards are not accepted. Sign up for their mailing list to receive $5 off, and leave a review of last year’s experience for another $5 off!
Open right up until the day before Christmas Eve, Valley Star Farm is located just 3 miles North of Luray. Centered in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains, the farm encourages families to come out and enjoy the crisp air and magnificent views while browsing their selections of six different types of trees. One of the great things about Valley Star is their “Trees for Troops” initiative, where families can help donate to our troops who won’t be home for the holidays.
Last on our list, but certainly not least, is Meadows Farms Nurseries and Landscape, located in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. They claim to carry the widest variety of cut Christmas trees in the Metropolitan area, providing every family exactly what they want for the Holidays. Every Christmas tree is different; some trees hold their needles longer than others! Meadows Farms will ensure that you make the right informed decisions when choosing a tree, including preservation measures after you get home. They also offer a wide variety of other decorations, so be sure to take your time and browse the location!
Whatever location your family chooses, we hope you take the time to explore everything there is to see in our beautiful Shenandoah Valley. Merry Christmas!