Bill’s Berry Farm in Grandview, WA is hosting Christmas Trees on the Farm on 3 different weekends: November 25th and 26th, December 2nd and 3rd and December 9th and 10th.
The folks at Bill’s pick Noble and Grand firs from a local farm a few days before Thanksgiving, so you can bring your family out to pick out your tree. There will be hot chocolate, cider, caroling, handmade wreaths and garlands, a bonfire and their amazing homemade donuts. If you haven’t tried their donuts yet, I’m telling you now you won’t be able to resist. You’ve been warned.
Our family has been to the Blueberry Daze Festival and the Apple & Pumpkin Festival at Bill’s and I swear I will never go anywhere else. They are so family-friendly and my kids just love it. We have been looking for a U-Cut farm for awhile, but I think this is even better for the ages our kids are at. What I remember most about the tree farm when I was a kid was the hot cider and Santa, so I think it’s more in the overall experience for me, rather than the actual cutting of the tree.
For more information and directions, check out Bill’s Berry Farm website.
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