It’s time to pick out that all important Christmas tree! Head to one of Skagit County’s local Christmas tree farms for your favorite fir or spruce, along with wreaths and other decoration items to deck your halls. Here is your 2022 guide to Christmas tree farms in Skagit County and beyond.
Big Lake Trees
19117 State Route 9, Mount Vernon
November 25-27, December 3-4: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Big Lake Trees is a u-cut Christmas tree farm in Mount Vernon offering noble, Nordmann, Douglas and grand firs, as well as Norway spruces. Once you find your tree and cut it, they will shake and bail it for the ride home. Check out their wreaths, handmade ornaments and fresh greenery to deck your halls. Hot apple cider is also available for purchase. For more information, visit the Big Lake Trees website.
McLean Christmas Tree Farm
15621 Penn Road, Mount Vernon
November 25 until sold out
McLean Christmas Tree Farm in Mount Vernon has Fraser, Nordmann and Douglas firs as well as spruce trees for your home! They supply wagons and saws for u-cut trees. Find everything from small, tabletop trees to 9-footers. Be sure to say hello to all the farm animals. Friendly on-leash dogs are welcome. For more information visit the McLean Christmas Tree Farm website.
Good Boy Farms
2870 Torpedo Road, Oak Harbor
November 25 until sold out
Wednesday – Thursday: 12 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Friday – Saturday: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Sunday: 12 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Good Boy Farms is a u-cut Christmas tree farm in Oak Harbor. While not in Skagit, it’s a nice place to go if you want to take a bit of a drive and visit the oldest Christmas tree farm on Whidbey Island. They have u-cut and fresh-cut noble, Douglas and grand fir, as well as Norway spruce. Once you have your tree, they provide shaking for free and netting for just $3. Be sure to check out the gift shop, full of other holiday decorations, including fresh wreaths, and gifts. They offer a military discount on trees. For more information visit the Good Boy Farms website.
Henderson Holly Farm
264 E. Troxell Road, Oak Harbor
November 19 – December 22: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
If you do head to Good Boy Farms, you should definitely stop at the Henderson Holly Farm on Whidbey Island as well. They have incredible log reindeer and of course, lots of holly in the form of wreaths, swags, and fresh boxed holly for your decorating needs. They no longer ship, so take the drive, enjoy the scenery and bring home a box full of cheer. For more information, visit the Henderson Holly Farm website.
National Forest Trees
If you want to pick out your Christmas tree in the National Forest, be sure to get your permit first! It’s just $5 and lets you get a tree from certain areas in Forks, Hoodsport, Quilcene, Quinault and the Quinault Special Management area. Trees cannot be over 15 feet tall, and there are some other rules too, so be sure to read though the Recreation.gov site before you go. Fourth graders can receive a free permit. Each house is allowed up to five permits. For more information, visit the National Forest website.