Cutting your own Christmas tree is a festive family tradition and a great way to support local farmers. The Snoqualmie Valley has many Christmas tree farms from Duvall to North Bend that are ready to welcome you for a safe and enjoyable experience this year. Use our guide below as a helpful starting point to plan a fun day out of the house, and don’t forget to pack some hot cocoa and don your festive attire!
Please note that photos in this blog were taken prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. Please abide by all safety precautions and mask guidance.
- Play it safe! Follow all safety guidance, pack a mask, and practice social distancing
- Saws are provided; don’t bring chainsaws
- Most farms do not allow you to bring pets; see below for exceptions
- Trees can sell out, so be sure to check before you go
- Most tree farms will accept credit cards, but some will only take cash or check
- Check out our interactive map with all the u-cut farms
3851 Tolt Ave, Carnation
When: Opens Nov 26 | Fridays-Sundays, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Description: The Carnation Tree Farm has been a cornerstone of the Carnation community for over 40 years. They offer a variety of u-cut trees, including Douglas, Fraser, Grand, Noble, and Nordmann Firs, as well as the Norway and Blue Spruce. You can also purchase handmade wreaths from local greens, cedar garland, mistletoe, and tree stands. Carnation Farms provides free twine, tree shaking and bailing, and tree recycling with every purchase.
15200 Cedar Falls Road SE, North Bend
When: Opens Nov 26 | Saturdays-Sundays, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Description: The Cedar Falls Christmas Tree Farm offers many different varieties of u-cut trees, including Noble, Turkish, Fraser, Grand, Douglas, Nordmann, and Alpine Firs, as well as Norway Spruce. The Farm provides saws, helpers, and complementary hot cider and candy canes! After selecting your tree, explore the woodland, fish ponds, streams, walking paths, and trails. They even have a micro-hydro demonstration power plant where they produce their own electricity for the tree farm.
15515 468th Ave SE, North Bend
Contact: 425-757-4383 or email@example.com
When: Opens Nov 26, then weekends while supplies last, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Description: Christmas Creek Tree Farm offers u-cut and pre-cut Douglas, Noble, and Grand Fir trees, and also garland and wreaths. New this year – some adorable “Charlie Brown” trees that have a wild look. Warm up with complimentary hot cider or coffee. Also available: a selection of treats from North Bend Bakery.
Santa is coming! Have your photograph with Santa taken by a professional photographer – December 3 (4-7 p.m.) and December 4 (3-7 p.m.). Enjoy hot cider, hot cocoa, coffee, cookies, and candy canes while you warm by the fire and/or enjoy a holiday movie. Make your reservations here. Admission is $35 per family.
29726 NE Cherry Valley Road, Duvall
When: Opens Nov 21 | Open 7 days a week, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. | Closed Thanksgiving Day
Description: U-cut and pre-cut Christmas trees in Duvall to purchase in person or order online! Fraser, Noble, and Nordmann Fir trees range from 5-13 feet tall. Delivery available! They also offer mistletoe, garland, tree gnomes, and other extras.
Thrasher Road location: 42999 SE 120th St, North Bend, 206-909-6954
Mt Si Road location: 43342 SE Mt. Si Road, North Bend, 425-888-1170
When: Opens Nov 26 | Then Saturdays & Sundays, 9 a.m. – dusk
Description: The Keith and Scott Tree Farm sits along the Middle Fork of the Snoqualmie and has two entrances in North Bend – one off the Mount Si Road and one off Thrasher Road. The Thrasher Road location grows Noble, Douglas, Grand, Fraser, and Turkish firs. The Mount Si Road location specializes in large Turkish and Fraser Firs trees, some up to 30 feet tall. The Thrasher Road location also offers a selection of pre-cut trees, handmade wreaths, cider, and a covered bonfire. Quiet, well-behaved dogs on-leash are welcome. Cash or check only.
6821 440th Avenue SE, Snoqualmie
When: Open Nov 16 – Dec 5 – by appointment only, reservations here; Dec 6 – Dec 23 no appointment needed, weekdays 9 a.m. – 4 p.m., weekends 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Description: The family-owned Mountain Creek Christmas Tree Farm nestles up against Mount Si and grows a variety of tree species, including Douglas, Noble, Turkish, Grand, and Fraser Firs. Bring help for trees larger than 10 feet. The farm provides saws, tree bailing, and twine for securing trees to vehicles.
When: Nov 9 – Dec 31
Description: The U.S. Forest Service sells Christmas tree permits each year so that you can hunt down and cut your own tree on cutting areas designated on Forest Service land. This year permits are available online and other locations including REI’s Issaquah store and Pro Ski and Mountain Service in North Bend. Each permit costs $10 and allows you to cut a tree up to 15 feet.
26617 NE 124th Street, Duvall
When: Opens Nov 26, then open daily until sold out | Weekdays, 4-7 p.m. | Weekends, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Description: Come enjoy some hot cocoa while you explore the farm’s 1930s barns and find your perfect tree! The Pickering family has owned and operated Novelty Hill Farm since 1884. Located between Carnation and Duvall, the farm offers four varieties of freshly pre-cut Christmas trees, wreaths, garland, and Christmas decorations. This year it also hosts a full line up of local arts and craft vendors and food trucks on the weekends.
Intersection of Hwy 202 and Snoqualmie Parkway
When: Opens Nov 25 | Monday-Thursday, 10 a.m. – 9 p.m. | Friday, 10 a.m. – 10 p.m | Saturday, 9 a.m. – 10 p.m. | Sundays, 9 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Description: Support local youth! Snoqualmie Valley Venturing Crew #115, an inclusive co-ed program through the Boy Scouts of America, provides high adventure outdoor recreation activities for teens aged 14-20. Crew 115 members, with the assistance of adult leaders, run the tree lot. 100% of the proceeds go directly to the Crew, serving as its primary fundraiser.
Crew 115 offers Douglas, Fraser, Grand, Nordmann, and Noble Firs. They also have wreaths, garland, and their very own designed and manufactured tree stands. Enjoy popcorn, candy canes, and hot apple cider and cocoa. Santa visits some weekends as well!