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Big Lake Trees

Growing Traditions at our
Family Owned & Operated
Christmas Tree Farm

Join Us Safely This
Holiday Season

Masks are not required for the 2022 holiday season but are certainly welcome. Please be courteous and stay home if you are feeling ill and continue to social distance from those outside your household. As always, chainsaws are not allowed (but reciprocating saws are okay). Click below for detailed safety information.

Bring the Family & Enjoy the Festive Activities

Wander our tree fields to find that perfect tree—or that tree with the perfect amount of character. Warm yourself up with a cup of hot apple cider. Write a note to Santa Claus and drop it in our North Pole Express mailbox. Bring a lunch and enjoy it next to the fire in our warming hut. With three distinct tree fields to explore, you can make each visit a unique experience. 

Christmas Trees

We have noble fir, nordmann fir, grand fir, norway spruce and douglas-fir—all scattered throughout our three tree fields. Grab a saw (available at any one of our fields), find your tree, cut it down. All trees are measured and priced by the half-foot.

Hot Apple Cider
& Candy Canes

We have locally-sourced hot apple cider available at our lower field sales shack. Grab a cup on your way in, or while your tree gets shaken and wrapped.

On your way out, everyone gets a candy cane made with real peppermint oil.

Wreaths, Ornaments
& Greenery

Our tree farm is surrounded by woodland, which means we are overflowing with winter greenery. Grab a locally sourced wreath, or some greenery to make your own. Each year, we will also have one or two handmade ornaments—start your collection now!

Christmas Lights
Image by Hannah Pemberton

Follow Us @BigLakeTrees


Wishing You a Merry Christmas!



2022 Season

19121 Highway 9

Mount Vernon, WA 98274

Fri, Sat & Sun

9:00 am – 4:00 pm

November 25 — December 4


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