Cut or Pick Your Own Christmas Trees & More in Litchfield Hills Last Updated: December 2020
Exactly when does that joyful holiday spirit really kick in? That’s easy – when you bring home the Christmas tree! So why not make a memorable day of it by visiting a local tree farm and cutting your own? Find out which species provide the perfect color, branch strength, needle retention and aroma for your home. Each farm adds their own special touches – like cider and hot chocolate, hayrides and visits from Santa. So bundle up, grab the kids and Rex (on a leash) and rev up the holidays at a Connecticut Christmas Tree Farm.
And be sure to check with each location before venturing out, as hours may change due to COVID-19
Christmas Tree Farms
- Since 1746, Averill Farm, a family business in Washington Depot, has offered cut-your-own trees, cider, wreaths and much more.
- Angevine Farm in Warren features a Christmas Barn with activities, tree trimmings snacks and visits from Santa.
- In addition to shapely trees, there’s an adorable Christmas shop at Maple Hollow Farm in New Hartford that offers holiday décor and the farm’s ever-popular hostess baskets.
- Stroll four acres of trees to find your perfect Christmas tree at Windswept Tree Farm located in New Milford, a family-owned and operated farm.
Stay for the Day or Two
There's so much to see and do in the Litchfield Hills, here is a sample of other experiences you and your family can explore. For holiday cheer, Torrington's Christmastime in Torrington runs through December 25 and stroll the charming town of West Cornwall during their Twelve Days of Christmas.