Hop in the car, crank up the Christmas music, and pay a visit to one of the many Christmas Tree Farms in Cincinnati this year. Going out to a local Christmas Tree Farm is a great way to officially kick off the season – take in the scent of pine, enjoy the fresh air, and spend some time with those you love!
We created a list of local farms where you can cut your own Christmas tree. Let us know which one is YOUR favorite!
Be sure to check out our Christmas Tree Farms Near Me map too!
Tips: Be sure to call ahead and make sure the Christmas tree farm of your choice still has a nice selection and/or that their hours have not changed. Keep in mind that most farms do not accept credit cards – be sure to take cash.
4427 Cotton Run Rd., Hamilton, OH 45011
2021 season will be by appointment only; November 26, 27, and 28 – 3 days only
(513) 795-2271 | Website
Bartels is a family-owned Christmas tree farm located on 124 acres nestled between Trenton and Oxford Ohio, within close driving distance from Cincinnati and Dayton Ohio. They have 10 acres of hand-planted Christmas trees, wreaths, live animals, hot chocolate, and more.
Berninger Christmas Trees and Wreaths
1220 Stubbs Mill Rd., Lebanon, Ohio 45036
Fridays and Weekends 9:00am – 5:00pm; Open day after Thanksgiving
(513) 932-2780 | Website
Berningers have been growing trees since 1955 and they have hundreds of 6’+ trees. You can cut down your own or choose from a wide selection of pre-cut trees. Assorted variety of wreaths crafted on site with farm fresh boughs plus pine and cedar garland and roping. Free popcorn and hot chocolate.
Big Tree Plantation
2544 South Waynesville Road, Morrow, Ohio 45152
Open daily November 20 – December 23, 2021; closed Thanksgiving Day
513-836-0975 | Website
Nestled around a 9-acre lake, the setting is perfect for a family outing, including a wagon ride to the fields, choosing the perfect tree, cutting the tree by hand, and a steaming cup of hot chocolate while their staff shakes the loose needles for you and bundles the tree, helping you tie it onto your car.
Christmas trees you can include Canaan Fir. They also sell “harvested” Fraser Firs.
Enjoy Winter Wonderland with Santa on 11/26, 11/27, 11/28, 12/4, 12/5, 12/11, 12/12 (10am – 6pm). $7 per child with final tickets sold at 5:30. Santa does take a break for lunch.
Corsi Christmas Tree Farm
1651 Bolender Rd., Hamersville, Ohio 45130
Nov. 27-Dec. 20, 9-5 daily, closed on Mon. and Tues.
937-379-9200 | Website
All trees are the same price – $75 (includes tax). Available trees include Norway Spruce, Colorado Spruce, Serbian Spruce, White Pine, Scotch Pine, Canaan Fir.
Wander 100 acres and choose from thousands of trees. This is a very family-friendly environment and a wonderful tradition. Don’t forget to stop in the Broken Stone Lodge for everything from hot cocoa and ornaments to live music and our world-famous Italian Chili. There is also a free petting zoo.
6066 Goshen Road, Goshen, Ohio 45122
no news for 2021 yet
513-625-2000 | Website
Koch Christmas Trees
6232 Hamilton-Scipio Road, Okeana, Ohio 45053
513-593-2735 | Website
Koch Christmas Trees will be open for 2021. A reservation will be required to purchase a tree. By controlling the flow of customers, they hope to make everyone’s experience safer and more enjoyable, all while ensuring you have a selection of trees to pick from when you come.
Their selection of Christmas trees includes Canaan Fir, Concolor Fir, Douglas Fir, Scotch Pine, Eastern White Pine, Black Hills Spruce and Blue Spruce. They will NOT have pre-cut Frasier Fir in 2021.
Nana and Pap’s Christmas Tree Farm
93 State Route 133, Felicity, Ohio 45120
2021 dates have not been announced yet
(513) 600-0378 | Facebook Page (no website)
Christmas Tree Farm featuring choose and cut trees as well as live trees for re-planting. Petting zoo. Tractor drawn wagon rides. Open on Fridays noon till 5:00; Saturdays 9:00 till 5:00; and Sundays 1:00 till 5:00 as long as they have a good selection of trees. Plan to come early in the season to find the perfect tree for your family! Canaan Fir $45 + tax. Scotch Pine $35 + tax. They will have lots of fresh wreaths to choose from and two new baby goats to play with!
John T. Nieman Nursery
3215 Hamilton New London Rd., Hamilton, Ohio 45013
November 20 – December 23; Mon-Sat, 10am-8pm and Sun 10am-6pm
(513) 738-1012 | Website
They’ve been growing Christmas trees for over 75 years and currently grow over 60,000 trees on their 125 acre farm. You can choose to roam the fields looking for that perfect tree, find a pre-cut tree by the Christmas barn, or pick from a large selection of balled and burlapped trees to plant after Christmas. Enjoy complimentary hot chocolate and cookies. They also sell wreaths, swags, pine roping and arrangements made fresh daily on the farm.
Fields close at dark but there are lights over the pre-cut, balled and burlapped trees for evening shoppers. Cash and check only.
Rossmann’s Christmas Tree Farm
Shaker Tract Tree Farm
8626 New Haven Road Harrison, OH 45030
2021 dates include: Nov. 26-28 and Dec. 4 – 5; 9am-5pm
(864) 986-8510 | Website
They invite you, family and your friends to visit the Shaker Tract Tree Farm and start a family tradition of “Cutting Your Own—Fresher and Greener Christmas Tree.” Enjoy a complimentary warm-up beverage and cookies in their gift shop. Shop some hand-made “Shaker Inspired” wormy chestnut wooded baskets and other wood products. Hike and observe a black walnut plantation. Visit the nearby Shaker Trace Trail and the 1800s Whitewater Shaker Village.
Canaan Fir is their primart species. Some Balsam and White Fir are also available. Chosen trees are cleaned, baled (netted) and loaded on your vehicles for easy transportation home. Drilling of trees is available for tree-stands.
9127 Cooley Rd Brookville IN 47012
November 26 – December 23, 2021; open every day, closed Thanksgiving Day
(765) 647-6812 | Website
Don’t miss their Reindeer Encounter (reservations needed)!
Enjoy a selection of pre-cut Christmas trees, as well as, balled and burlapped trees available for purchase. For just the 2021 season, there will be no cutting of live trees on their farm. The summer droughts have been tough on the fields. They hope to be back in action next year as far as cutting trees in our fields.