Christmas Tree Farms
Christmas Tree Farms in Oregon City; near Portland Oregon.
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If you are looking for a Christmas Tree Farm for the 2020 holidays, you will be thrilled to know you are looking in the right place because Oregon City has CHOICES, baby!
Historic Kirchem Tree Farm 19723 S Bakers Ferry Rd., Oregon City, OR 97045 / 503-539-8602 ONLY PARTIALLY OPERATING THIS YEAR: RESERVATIONS REQUIRED at the number above. COVID Requirements observed. Varieties: Grand Fir and natural Norway Spruce trees available.
Mt Hood Tree Farm 17472 S. Harding Rd., Oregon City, OR 97045 / 503-932-7967 OPERATING from 11/28-12/13/2020 Please wear masks. Trees that are available have been pre-tagged in the field, eliminating handling polls. Large tree sizes: Up to 10’Noble, Douglas, Grand, and Nordmann. Some pre-cut. Free shake and bale. CASH OR CHECK ONLY - NO CREDIT CARDS. Varieties: Douglas-Fir, Grand, Noble, Nordmann, Turkish. They also sell wreaths and garlands.
Tracy's Tree Town 21885 S. Eaden Rd.., Oregon City, OR 97045 / 503-631-7320 Open Daily 9am- dark. They have saws, wreaths and garland. Please wear masks. Varieties: Noble and Grand.
Hemphill Tree Farm 20324 S. Redland Rd., Oregon City, OR 97045 / 503-307-0181 Open Weekdays 10-4, weekends 9-4 through December 24th, 2020. Please wear masks. Full-service tree farm; they will cut for you if preferred. ATV/trailers to pick them up after cutting, free hayrides, shake and bale. Cash, Check, Credit Cards or Venmo. Varieties: Douglas-Fir, Grand, Noble. They also sell wreaths, tree stands, wreath hooks and other accessories. www.hemphilltreefarm.com
North Fork Heritage Farms 35088 S. Kuban R., Molalla, OR 97038 Open Nov. 27-Dec 20, 2020 Weekends 10AM-Dusk. Mondays and Fridays 2:00 PM - Dusk. Only Douglas Fir Trees available $35 any size. Although COVID has made it impossible to offer things like self serve hot chocolate and crafts in the schoolhouse, they have worked hard to find fun ornaments that you can take home and create as a family. They have pre-packaged them in convenient grab and go packaging. They understand that coming out to the farm may not be the best choice for every family. If you would like a touchless curbside pick-up or delivery to your front porch, please call 503.881.9223 or message them. They offer:
- Free Candy Canes
Free Ornament that You Create
Free Santa Letters
Cutting Assistance, if Requested
Shaking and Bailing Provided
Credit/Debit Cards accepted. And of course, please wear masks.
Allen's Tree Farm 19069 S. Redland Rd., Oregon City, OR 97045 / 503-631-7997 If you are simply looking to cut your own tree without the pomp and circumstance, this is a great option. Multiple generations of family are involved in the farm. They only accept cash or check.
Redland Family Farm 19400 S. Redland Rd., Oregon City, OR 97045 / 503-462-3636 CLOSED FOR 2020 SEASON.
Merrywood Farm 12328 S. Casto Rd., Oregon City, OR 97045 / 503-266-9257 Masks required. No dogs on grounds. Pre-cut trees only. Open the weekend of November 21 -22 for 'Early Bird' sales with limited staff. Traditional full-service opening is the Friday after Thanksgiving and they will then remain open as Pre-Cut stock allows. *To compensate for the shortage of average “room-size” U-Cuts, we will have hundreds of freshly-cut trees this year and we will remain open while these Pre-Cuts last. Varieties: Sequoia, White Pine, Silvermans Fir, Turkish Fir, Spruce, Noble, Grand, Normann,
Springwater Road Farms 16430 S. Springwater Rd., Oregon City, OR 97045 CLOSED for 2020 SEASON.
Cotton Christmas Tree Farm 15562 S. Thayer Rd., Oregon City, OR 97045 / 503-656-0827 Only open Nov 28 and 29th. Tried to verify more details on the phone but the owner hung up on me.
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“The Christmas tree is a symbol of love, not money. There's a kind of glory to them when they're all lit up that exceeds anything all the money in the world could buy.” Andy Rooney: 60 Years of Wisdom and Wit
Wondering about an eco-friendly way to dispose of your tree after the holidays? Both the Tualatin Valley and Clackamas River Chapters of Trout Unlimited turn your Christmas Tree into Coho Salmon Habitat for $10. Just bring your tree to the Old Fire Station next to Royal Treatment Fly Fishing at 6000 Failing St., West Linn, OR on the dates they specify THIS YEAR, and your tree will get used in restorations projects on local rivers.
Here is reference at OPB for this project in 2019 and perhaps will be updated for our reference.
Something to consider when planning your day:
Go to Black Ink Coffee
IN SHOP OPTIONS MAY BE POSTPONED DUE TO COVID; check website. Grab a cup from the coffee shop and peruse White Rabbit Cafe (they are one store) and then walk across the street and shop for ornaments!
503 Main St.,
Oregon City, OR 97045
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Closed just two days a year - Thanksgiving and Christmas day.
High five them for: fantastic design and being family owned. Everyone takes a part in making this gorgeous little shop run. The hand painted chairs were even done by her mother-in-law and I love hearing about such a loving group effort!
Christmas at the Zoo
524 Main Street
Oregon City, OR 97045
IN SHOP OPTIONS MAY BE POSTPONED DUE TO COVID; check website. This gem is a year-round Christmas store just across the street from Black Ink/White Rabbit. You will see thousands of original ornaments from around the world displayed on over 24 trees. They carry the Gladys Boalt collection. Ms. Boalt is the creator of an exclusive line of historically accurate, highly-detailed figural ornaments that have even been chosen to adorn the White House Christmas tree.
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