Believe it or not, Christmas is almost here which means it’s almost time to pick out the perfect tree to transform your home into a festive Christmas wonderland. Sure, a fake tree will get the job done, but there is something special about cutting down your very own tree. Luckily, there are tons of Christmas tree farms in BC where you can grab that picture-perfect holiday staple.\nStringing up lights and tinsel across your tree is a magical feeling that’s sure to get you in the spirit. But, honestly, the real fun comes from wandering acres of beautiful farmland in search of the best tree.\nWhether you’re looking for something grand or prefer the Charlie Brown type, there’s a tree out there with your name on it.\nMost Christmas farms even offer hot snacks, cozy bonfires, hayrides, and free warm drinks to make the experience even more enchanting.\nYou won’t want to forget your camera either as the forests can be breathtaking. A lot of these farms really go all out with the decorations and often have large props for you to pose with.\nThis year, consider a real tree to make this Christmas the most charming one yet.\n\nDogwood Christmas Tree Farm\nPrice: Prices vary\nWhen: Opening Saturday, November 23\nAddress: 8589 252 St. Fort Langley, Fort Langley, BC\nWhy You Need To Go: Wander through 18 acres of snow-covered forests searching for that perfect Christmas tree. There are free candy canes, carols and on weekends you can buy hotdogs and hot chocolate from Santa's Snack Shack.\n View this post on Instagram Hot cocoa angel 👼🏼 A post shared by Ayla H. (@hilabyela) on Dec 4, 2016 at 6:55pm PST\n\nWebsite\nFernridge Christmas Tree Forest\nPrice: Prices vary\nWhen: Opening Saturday, November 30\nAddress: 2828 - 208 St., Langley, BC\nWhy You Need To Go: This family-run farm has been around since 1988 and it's completely full of charm. Grab a candy cane or stay warm with free hot chocolate and cider while you search for the best tree.\nView this post on Instagram This weather makes me want to cozy up, drink hot cocoa and watch elf. Whose with me?! Toques and fingerless gloves by @pacificknotco ❤ A post shared by Rosemary March ⋒ (@rosemarymarch_) on Nov 26, 2018 at 2:36pm PST\nWebsite\nAlouette Christmas Tree Farm\nPrice: Prices vary\nWhen: TBA\nAddress: 23083 132nd Ave., Maple Ridge, BC\nWhy You Need To Go: You can enjoy a toasty fire and free hot chocolate and cider after you cut down your tree. On the weekends there is even a free petting zoo where you can meet bunnies, donkeys and more.\nView this post on Instagram We’ll just bring our own snow☃️ A post shared by Soleil (@soleil.mousseau) on Dec 8, 2018 at 8:59pm PST\nWebsite\nGiesbrecht’s Tree Farm\nPrice: Prices vary\nWhen: TBA\nAddress: 5871 248 St., Langley, BC\nWhy You Need To Go: Around since 1968, this long-running tree farm really knows what they're doing. After you cut down your tree, be sure to hop into Santa's sleigh for a cute photo.\nView this post on Instagram When you stubbornly insist on cutting down the tree this year. 3 minutes and 13 second later. A post shared by Krista S (@kristabomb) on Dec 8, 2018 at 3:28pm PST\nWebsite\nWoodsong Christmas Trees\nPrice: Starting at $15\nWhen: Opening Saturday, November 23\nAddress: 701 Blatchford Rd., Lindell Beach, BC\nWhy You Need To Go: After you've found the tree of your dreams you can hop on a free hayride for a beautiful tour of the farm. Or, warm up next to the cozy bonfire with a cup of hot apple cider.\nView this post on Instagram Bring on all the Christmas traditions 🎄 #christmastreefarm A post shared by ☞ A L I C I A ☜ (@aliciaslootweg) on Dec 2, 2018 at 6:07pm PST\nWebsite\nWoodward Christmas Tree Farm\nPrice: Prices vary\nWhen: Opening Saturday, November 23\nAddress: 5505 Westsyde Rd., Kamloops, BC\nWhy You Need To Go: If you're planning a visit to Woodward, weekends are the time to go. With free hayrides, a bonfire, food truck, and wine and cider tastings, there's so much to enjoy while you hunt down the perfect tree. You can even bring your dog along for the trip.\nView this post on Instagram ❣ A post shared by Dasha Ludvig (@dashaludvig) on Dec 5, 2015 at 6:08pm PST\nWebsite\nSaanichton Christmas Tree Farm\nPrice: Prices vary\nWhen: Open year-round\nAddress: 8231 East Saanich Rd., Saanichton, BC\nWhy You Need To Go: There are some seriously magical Christmas vibes here. Not in the market for a tree? Head into Santa's Workshop where you can find a beautiful selection of wreaths. If you're looking for a tree, Saanichtion will provide saws and hot apple cider to help you with your search.\nView this post on Instagram Christmas tree chopping in the hallmark of Christmas tree farms with warm apple cider and the cutest little munchkins @jotaggart oh yes it is starting to feel like Christmas 🌲🌿 A post shared by Lyndsey Eden (@lyndsey_eden) on Dec 4, 2016 at 5:54pm PST\nWebsite\nOh Christmas Tree Farm\nPrice: Prices vary\nWhen: Opening Saturday, November 23\nAddress: 21858 Maxwell Cres., Langley, BC\nWhy You Need To Go: These green branches will most certainly delight you. After you saw down the most picture-perfect tree, be sure to cuddle up by the fire with a tasty hot chocolate.\nView this post on Instagram Baby it's cold outside ❄️Valentine's day is just around the corner! Can't decide on what to get your special someone? How about a unique gift that celebrates your love! Couples photo sessions $160 / Boudoir minis $180! Message for more info ❤️ A post shared by Hi Im Aleshia, (@fiolleauphotos_) on Dec 31, 2017 at 9:38am PST\nWebsite\nChurchland Christmas Tree Farm\nPrice: Prices vary\nWhen: Opening Sunday, November 24\nAddress: 4726-248 St., Aldergrove, BC\nWhy You Need To Go: You can wander through 34 acres of Christmas trees, and enjoy all of the holiday decorations your heart can handle. Every tree comes with a candy cane, and free hot chocolate or apple cider.\nView this post on Instagram I'm dreaming of a white Christmas - are you? ❄️🎄 #explorecanada #pnwonderland A post shared by Kelsey ✈️ Travel & Photography (@kvdenn) on Dec 22, 2016 at 5:20pm PST\nWebsite\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.