Rhode Island may be the smallest state in the US, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t pack a hefty holiday punch, especially when it comes to Christmas tree farms in Rhode Island!
Christmas in The Ocean State means it’s that time of year again for festive fun like ice-skating, eggnog drinking, and yes, Christmas tree hunting in RI! So pull out your favorite ugly Christmas sweater and crank up the Christmas tunes so you can get in the mood to head on out in search of your perfect Christmas tree at one of the best Christmas tree farms in Rhode Island.
Christmas Tree Farms in Rhode Island
Nagetuck Farms, Tiverton RI
At Nagetuck Farms in Tiverton, RI, 114 acres of scenic farmland is open to the public every weekend during the Christmas season. A hayride out to the field will let you scope out the hardy selection of well over a thousand Balsam Fir, Fraser Fir, and Concolor Fir Christmas trees available before you hop off in search of your perfect tree for you. Nagetuck Farms’ employees will cut your tree for you so all you have to worry about is how you are going to commit to only one of these gorgeous trees!
Head back to the gift shop for hot cider, courtesy of Nagetuck Farms. The gift shop hosts a great selection of locally handmade gifts and decorations, as well as wreaths and other Christmas greenery made fresh on the farm, so be sure to check out their offerings before you leave this lovely RI Christmas tree farm for the day.
Rossi’s Tree Farm, Cranston RI
One of the cutest Christmas tree farms in RI, Rossi’s Tree Farm offers a fantastic selection of choose and cut Christmas trees, including Concolor Fir, Fresher Fir, Scotch Pine, White Pine and Blue Spruce. Always picturesque with a lovely walking covered bridge and a sweet stream that runs through the property, this RI Christmas tree farm is a great place to go to get in the Christmas spirit!
Also for sale at Rossi’s Tree Farm are handcrafted wreaths and other Christmas goodies at the Christmas Shop.
Petersen Farm, Chepachet RI
For a quaint Christmas tree farm Rhode Island experience, check out the Petersen Farm in Chepachet! This small RI Christmas tree farm has a healthy stock of trees (they close in the years they don’t to ensure they can replenish!) and gorgeous handcrafted Christmas wreaths and decor for sale.
Bedrock Tree Farm, Wakefield RI (Closed for 2022 to replenish inventory)
Beautiful Bedrock Tree Farm in Wakefield is known for both its healthy selection of fir trees and their unique offerings of fir needle products! Walk the fields of Fraser, Canaan, and Douglas Firs until you find that one tree that is calling to you, then you can cut your own or enlist an employee’s help to cut your tree down for you.
Once you’ve nabbed your tree, it’s time to see what else those fir trees are capable of! The folks at Bedrock Tree Farm have found an inventive way to utilize the multitudes of fir needles that abound on a Rhode Island Christmas tree farm: cleverly repurpose them into products that everyone can use! In the gift shop, you’ll find handcrafted body butter, lotions, candles, wax melts, soaps, and more, all made from fir needles. What better way to keep that heavenly fragrant fir scent going strong in your home all season long than to burn Bedrock Tree Farm fir needle candles?
Lockwood Christmas Tree Farm, Greenville RI
In Greenville, Lockwood Christmas Tree Farm is serving up a holiday experience that will have you feeling the spirit of the season! Fraser Fir, Blue Spruce, White Spruce, and Norway Spruce trees await you in carefully tended fields; you get all the fun of searching this cute little RI Christmas tree farm to choose your perfect tree and don’t have to do any of the grunt work of chopping the thing down because the staff is on hand to do it for you!
Every weekend, Lockwood Christmas Tree Farm offers complimentary sugar cookies, brownies, cupcakes, mulled cider, coffee, and hot chocolate with whipped cream and marshmallows to all of its guests. You might even get a chance to say hello to Santa while you’re there! Don’t forget to pick up your freshly handcrafted wreaths and seasoned firewood while you’re there, too.
Henry’s Christmas Tree Farm, Hope RI
Henry’s Christmas Tree Farm in Hope Rhode Island does have a few pre cut options, but also offers a great classic Rhode Island choose and cut Christmas tree farm experience! Not only are the trees strong, sturdy, and healthy, but the onsite Christmas shop is a great place to go for your Christmas decor and gift giving needs. Sometimes Santa himself makes an experience at this RI Christmas tree farm!
Big John Leyden’s Christmas Tree Farm, West Greenwich RI
With an operation that grows over 100,000 trees and 10 different varieties of fir, spruce, and pine, it’s clear that Big John Leyden’s Christmas Tree Farm in West Greenwich knows a thing or two about Rhode Island Christmas trees! With trees starting at just 3-feet and some reaching over 12-feet tall, you will have no problem finding the perfect tree for you and yours. Once you’ve found your perfect tree, you can cut it yourself or have staff cut for you. The main thing you need to worry about when you come out is being sure you’ve properly measured your space to ensure the tree you’ve picked will fit once you get it home!
Big John Leyden’s Christmas Tree Farm welcomes families, including their four-legged members! Attractions on the farm include a 20-foot Santa that hangs out in the field and a gorgeous old antique fire truck that kids love to climb on to ring the bell.
Riverside Christmas Tree Farm, Charlestown RI
One of the cutest Christmas tree farms in Rhode Island, Riverside Christmas Tree Farm offers a great variety of trees, including Scotch Pine, White Pine, Concolor Fir, Canaan Fir, Fraser Fir, Serbian Spruce, and White Spruce. Some years, pre cut Christmas trees are available, others it is a cut your own Christmas tree farm only; this is contingent on the amount of tree stock they have for the year.
Also on hand at this adorable RI Christmas tree farm are beautifully handcrafted wreaths, roping, swags, and other Christmas decor, so be sure to swing by the shop after you find your tree!
Fraser Orchard and Tree Farm, Western Coventry RI
Fraser Orchard and Tree Farm is one of those great Rhode Island Christmas tree farms that produces several different kinds of trees, including Arizona Fir, Concolor Fir, Balsam Fir, Fraser Fir, Turkish Fir, Grand Fir, Korean Fir, White Spruce, Blue Spruce, Nikko Fir, and Easter and Western White Pine, and there are always plenty of trees to choose from! If you’re looking for a big selection of cut your own Christmas trees in Rhode Island, check out Fraser Orchard and Tree Farm.
Pachet Brook Tree Farm, Tiverton RI
A very well-lauded Blue-Ribbon Christmas Tree Farm, Pachet Brook Tree Farm in Tiverton has all but perfected the art of RI Christmas tree farming! This beautiful 90-acre farm has been run by the same family for the past 100 years and supplies the Governor’s tree at the Rhode Island State House and the Newport mansions, and has also sent trees to Congress in Washington, D.C. Walk among the fields of 7 different species of fir, spruce, and pine until you find the perfect tree for you and yours, then you can cut your own or have it cut for you.
In the gift shop, you’ll find a variety of wreaths, roping, and locally made and sourced honey, beeswax candles, crafts, and ornaments available. Also for sale is a great selection of delicious baked goods, hot chocolate, and warm cider. Pachet Brook Tree Farm seems to specialize in RI Christmas smiles!
Wherever you go to look for your perfect Rhode Island Christmas tree, you’re bound to have a fun, festive time. The hunt is half the fun, right? Happy Christmas Tree Hunting!
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