Waterloo Region Record

Where to cut your own Christmas tree in Waterloo Region and Guelph


This week’s snow was perhaps Mother Nature offering a heads up that, yes, we are less than a month away from Christmas.

On the Christmas tree front, those who are looking to keep it “real” by cutting down a tree to take home have many options in Waterloo Region and Guelph ahead of Dec. 25.

Here is a look at several of them, many of which also offer pre-cut trees as an option.

Benjamin Tree Farm 770 Benjamin Rd., Waterloo

Benjamin Tree Farm grows more than 25,000 trees for your choose-and-cut tradition. While there, have a blast at their Winter Wonderland Playground. For more information, visit benjamintreefarm.com.

Chickadee Christmas Trees 6639 Wellington County Rd. 34, Puslinch

Located not far from Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge and Guelph, opening day for the Christmas tree 2023 season at Chickadee Christmas Trees is on Friday, Dec. 1.

For more information, check out chickadeechristmastrees.ca.

Madeira Farms 5369 Wellington County Rd. 27, Rockwood

“Come for a visit. Take a walk in the snow on our lovely farm. The perfect Christmas tree will be waiting for you!” says the Medeira Farms website (madeirafarms.com).

They are open for the tree season as of Dec. 1.

Maryhill Christmas Tree Farm 2430 Shantz Station Rd., Breslau

Opening Dec. 2 for the Christmas tree season, the Maryhill Christmas Tree Farm will be open seven days a week from that point until trees are sold out. For more information, visit facebook.com/maryhilltreefarm.

Snyder's Family Farm 936685 Blenheim Rd., Bright

Open on weekends as of Nov. 25, check the trees at Snyder’s Farm in Bright, not far from New Hamburg.

For more information about Snyder's, which features a Sugar Plum Patio to enjoy with family, visit snydersfamilyfarm.com.

Evergreen Tree Farm 7811 Wellington Rd. 22, Guelph

Pick your tree, enjoy the sites, sounds and smells of the season at Evergreen Tree Farm. Also, browse their store for gifts and local artisan merchandise. For more information, visit www.eventsatevergreen.ca.






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