Where to get a Greenbelt-grown Christmas Tree

Christmas Trees in the Greenbelt


It’s almost December, and for those of us who celebrate the holiday, it's time to start thinking Christmas Trees.

While there’s no shame in lugging a well-loved plastic one up from the basement or grabbing one from a nearby store, if you’ve never chosen your own tree from an Ontario Tree farm, you’re missing out.  

Not only do our tree farms offer great selection--from Scotch and White pine, to Balsam, to Douglas Fir--they're also just fun to visit. 

So if you’re up for an adventure this year, why not grab your own Greenbelt-grown tree.

To make it easy we’ve put together a list of Greenbelt Christmas Tree farms open for business this holiday session. Every Farm on our list not only offers a variety pre-cut and cut-your-own trees, they also offer warm drinks and family fun events.

Support local producers, get outside, and get yourself Greenbelt-grown tree.  

 

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Powell's TreesBowmanville 
Fun things: Hot drinks, cookies, crafts, and 25 acres of hilly landscape for sledding and walking.

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Spademan Tree Farm, Port Perry
Fun stuff: Complimentary wagon rides, hot apple cider, hot chocolate and cookies. And a fully stocked Christmas Shoppe.

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Horton Tree Farm, three farms in the Aurora and Stouffville area
Fun stuff: Hot drinks, wagon rides, bonfires and more. 

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Will’s Christmas Store & Tree Farm, Lynden
Fun stuff: Horse-drawn wagon rides, bonfires, backed goods, fudge and hot drinks.  

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Watson Christmas Trees, Mount Hope (near Hamilton)
Fun stuff: Hot drinks and homemade honey and wreaths for purchase. 

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Mark’s Christmas Trees, Millgrove
Fun stuff: Hot apple cider, candy canes, and wagon rides.

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Pillar N' PinesNiagara
Fun stuff: Onsite Santa, free hot chocolate, and candy canes for all.

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Don't know the difference between a White Pine and Douglas Fir? Want to know which will result in more needles on your carpet? Christmas Trees Ontario has a great guide on how to choose the tree that's best for you.

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