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8 Christmas Tree Farms In Ontario That Will Get You In The Holiday Spirit

It's the most wonderful time of the year. To help you get in the holiday spirit, here are some of the best Christmas tree farms in Ontario to visit this winter.

Heading to a farm to chop down a tree is so much fun. Not only can you find the perfect festive centrepiece, but you can often enjoy sleigh rides and a warm beverage.

Plus, unlike the artificial trees, fresh spruce or fir smells so much better. All you need to do now is dig out your box of ornaments and lights.

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Drysdale's

When: From Saturday, November 21, 2020

Address: 6635 Simcoe County Rd. 56, Egbert, ON

Why You Need To Go: While here, you'll also be able to roast marshmallows on the bonfire or enjoy a horse-drawn wagon ride.

Wintersinger's Tree Farm

When: From Saturday, November 21, 2020

Address: 5837 3 Line, Hillsburgh, ON

Why You Need To Go: You can book an appointment online to explore their 75 acres of Christmas trees.

Briggs Tree Farm

When: From Thursday, November 12, 2020

Address: 4075 Rockdale Rd., Navan, ON

Why You Need To Go: Their 100-acre tree farm also sells wreaths for your front door and holiday gifts.

Clembrook Christmas Farm

When: From Saturday, November 21, 2020

Address: 4231 Derry Rd. W., Milton, ON

Why You Need To Go: The farm has a huge variety of cut your own trees to pick from, including pine, spruce and fir.

Fallowfield Tree Farm

When: From Saturday, November 21, 2020

Address: 6100 Fallowfield Rd., Stittsville, ON

Why You Need To Go: In addition to getting your Christmas tree, you can also enjoy a sleigh ride and a cup of hot chocolate.

Thomas Tree Farm

When: From Saturday, November 21, 2020

Address: 6421 McCordick Rd., North Gower, ON

Why You Need To Go: They give out free cups of hot chocolate and homemade cookies.

Prestonvale Tree Farm

When: From Saturday, November 21, 2020

Address: 1421 Prestonvale Rd., Courtice, ON

Why You Need To Go: Together with your dog, you can visit this 60-acre tree farm.

Hillcrest Tree Farm

When: From Saturday, November 21, 2020*

Address: 7357 Fourth Line Rd., North Gower, ON

Why You Need To Go: The trees are pruned by hand to ensure they have a beautiful shape.

Smalley’s Christmas Trees

When: From Saturday, November 21, 2020

Address: 7201 Durham Regional Rd. 30, Mount Albert, ON*

Why You Need To Go: The farm is giving complimentary wagon rides and hot chocolates this winter.

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