23100 Highway OO, Lebanon, 417-588-3008
It’s a pine party here! At Cole’s Tree Farm you can cut your own Scotch Pine, Virginia Pine or White Pine. Cole’s is the optimal tree farm for those who know just what they’re looking for––but you might not leave with just a tree. Your front door and mantel deserve some love, too, and luckily, Cole’s has wreaths and garland. Customers can pay with cash or check only.
1090 Manning Road, Southwest City, 417-762-2276
Tree shopping doesn’t have to be grab-and-go. If you’re on the hunt for holiday festivities that the whole family can enjoy, it’s worth carving out a full day to visit Ozark Valley Christmas Tree Farm. This farm has Fraser Firs, Douglas Firs, White Pines and Scotch Pines, as well as wreaths and garlands available for purchase. Anyone who visits can hop on the holiday hayride or reindeer train, stop at the gift shop, visit the kids’ corner, have family pictures taken in the sleigh and see Christmas light and nativity displays.
21298 Pleasant Hill Road, Booneville, 660-882-6858
Starr Pines offers both traditional pines and varying firs to meet all of your tree needs. Their pines are $6.50 per foot and their firs are $10 per foot. You can also check out the festive wreaths and gifts in the giftshop. This year, there will be no public access inside the barn and will instead take place outside. Mask wearing is highly recommended and hot cider can be purchased by the carton.
14821 Miser Road, Pea Ridge, Arkansas, 479-212-2964
You won’t fall down a rabbit hole at Wonderland Tree Farm, but you might fall head over heels for one of the Christmas tree offerings here. We know this spot is a bit of a drive, but a road trip to Pea Ridge is about to become your family’s new favorite holiday tradition. At Wonderland, you can choose from a variety of evergreens, including Virginia Pine, White Pine, Scotch Pine, Fraser Fir (pre-cut), Leyland Cypress and Turkish Fir. Oh, and did we mention the gift shop? Definitely stop in before you leave.