The Best Houston Area Christmas Tree Farms

Sure, artificial trees are easy … and pre-lit.  But there’s something about packing up the family and heading out to a Houston Christmas tree farm to hand-pick and cut down your very own.  And thankfully, there are lots of tree farms all around town to choose from!

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Dewberry Farm
7705 FM 362
Brookshire, TX 77423 
Opens November 24th / Check website for schedule!

Take a hayride or ride the Dewville Express Train to the “forest” on the back 40 acres of Dewberry Farms! Search the forest for the most perfect tree, and then cut it down or have the friendly staff there cut it for you. Then, while your tree is being processed, enjoy FREE farm admission. Just be sure and check out their calendar for open dates and prices for trees before you go!

Double Creek Farm
1288 Oakdale Loop
Livingston, TX 77351
Opens November 24th / Fri – Sat, 10am – 5pm; Sun, 1 – 5pm

Take the scenic drive up to Double Creek Farm to pick out and cut down the perfect Christmas tree and enjoy a full day of fun while you’re there too.  They’ve got hayrides, a playhouse, a sandbox, and more.  Plus, food, drinks, and gifts are also available for purchase.  No admission fee for the farm is required! 

Holiday Acres Christmas Tree Farm 
9029 Mustang Bayou Road
Manvel, TX 77578
Opens November 24th / Check website for schedule!

Just 30 miles south of Houston, enjoy a “country-Christmas” tree farm to help your family get ready for the holidays! With over 1,000 trees 6 feet and above, you are sure to find one to delight. As an important note, the farm recommends closed toe shoes and long sleeves for all. And for a little treat, bring along your own bag of marshmallows to roast over an open campfire too!

Old Time Christmas Tree Farm
7632 Spring Cypress Road
Spring, TX 77379
Opens November 24th / Daily, 9am – 6pm

Start a family tradition by choosing and cutting down your very own Christmas tree at Old Time Christmas Tree Farm!  Their specialties include fresh wreaths and garland, craft vendors, and seasonal treats for sale.  Visit on a weekend to enjoy pictures with Santa {$9 per camera} as well as train rides, a bounce house, and a giant slide for a nominal ticket price too.

Spring Creek Growers
23803 Decker Prairie-Rosehill Road
Magnolia, TX 77355
Opens November 18th / Check website for schedule!

Spring Creek Growers is certainly not your average Christmas tree farm with fishing lakes, a farmhouse gift shop, games for all ages, and so much more.  Plus, don’t miss their  Breakfast With Santa event if you’re planning a visit on November 25th or December 9th.  But as a heads up, reservations are required!

Looking for more holiday fun? Don’t miss The ULTIMATE Guide to Holiday Events in Houston below!

Please Note :: While we make every effort to crosscheck current links and event details on our guides, we always encourage you to do the same before making final plans. If details are missing or incorrect, please let us know so that we can make every attempt to correct them.  And if you know of any other holiday happenings around town, include them in the comments to keep the list going as well!

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Elizabeth was raised in Houston and met her husband Ryan shortly after graduating from Texas A&M with a journalism degree. A few years later, Grayson {Sept 2010}, turned Elizabeth’s world upside down, not only with his sparkling blue eyes and killer smile, but with his profound disabilities and diagnosis of Mitochondrial Disease. After two years of navigating the world of special needs parenting, Elizabeth and Ryan were blessed with Charlotte {Jan 2013} and Nolan {Sept 2015}, perfectly completing their party of five. Elizabeth and her crew live in Katy, and when she can steal a few moments for herself, she can be found out for Mexican food and margaritas with girlfriends, binge-listening to podcasts and audiobooks, or trying once again {unsuccessfully} to organize her closet. In addition to her role as Managing Editor of HMB, Elizabeth writes about faith, politics and special needs parenting for publications like Scary Mommy and HuffPost.You can connect with Elizabeth on Facebook,Twitter, Instagram, or


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