U-Cut Christmas Tree Farms in the Snoqualmie Valley

Carnation Tree Farm

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. Use our guide to find the one that’s best for you.



  • 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


Carnation Tree Farm

3861 Tolt Ave, Carnation
Contact: 425-333-4510
When: Opens Nov. 29  |  Thursdays – Sundays  |  9am – 4pm

The Carnation Tree Farm has been a cornerstone of the Carnation community for over 30 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, and fresh mistletoe. Enjoy old-fashioned homemade bake sale treats or sip complimentary cider in their covered shelter. You can also visit Santa and have your picture taken. Round out your time with a visit to their gift shop in their historic barn and peruse Christmas tree ornaments, tree stands, and unique gifts.


Cedar Falls Christmas Tree Farm

15200 Cedar Falls Road SE, North Bend
Contact: 425-785-3571
When: Opens Nov. 28  |  Saturdays & Sundays  |  10am-4pm

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.  You can also explore their woodland, fish ponds, streams, their walking paths and trails. They even have a micro-hydro demonstration power plant where they produce their own electricity for the tree farm. You can also enjoy their warm outdoor fire with a view and complimentary hot cider and candy canes.


Christmas Creek Tree Farm

15515 468th Ave SE, North Bend
Contact: 206-637-1415 or christmascreektrees@hotmail.com
When: Opens Nov. 29  |  Nov. 29 – Dec. 1, 9am – 4:30pm  |  Dec. 6, 11am – 3pm  |  Dec. 7-8, 9am – 4pm

Christmas Creek Tree Farm offers u-cut Noble, Douglas, Grand, and Nordmann Firs as well as fresh pre-cut trees. Warm up with a cup of hot apple cider, or coffee by the roaring fire. Enjoy a selection of treats offered by North Bend Bakery, and your kids are sure to love their very special Santa.


Christmas Creek Christmas Tree Farm


Fall City Farms

3636 Neal Road, Fall City
Contact: info@fallcityfarms.com
When: Opens Dec. 7  |  Saturdays and Sundays through Dec. 21  |  9am – 4pm

Fall City Farms offers a variety u-cut trees including Grand, Noble, and Nordmann firs, with a select offering of Douglas and Fraser firs. Enjoy mini doughnuts and hot cider to keep your hands warm while you hunt for the perfect tree!


Keith and Scott Tree Farm

Thrasher Road location: 42999 SE 120th St, North Bend
Mt Si Road location: 43342 SE Mt. Si Road, North Bend
Contact: stringfamily@comcast.net
When: Opens Nov. 29 | Followed by Saturdays and Sundays | 9am to dusk

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. They grow Noble, Douglas, Grand, Fraser, and Turkish firs. The Thrasher Road entrance trees sell for a flat rate and the Mount Si entrance trees are taller and prices by the foot. Warm up around a covered bonfire, and enjoy a cup of hot cider. Dogs are welcome.


Keith and Scott Tree Farm


Mountain Creek Christmas Tree Farm

6821 440th Avenue SE, Snoqualmie
Contact: 425-888-1770
When: Opens Nov. 16  |  Daily  |  9am – 5pm through Dec. 23

The Mountain Creek Christmas Tree Farm is nestled up against Mount Si and grows a variety of tree species, including Douglas, Noble, Turkish, Grand, and Fraser Firs. Be sure to bring extra help for large trees.


Novelty Hill Farm

26617 NE 124th Street, Duvall
Contact: 206-310-0250
When:  Opens Nov. 29  |  Monday-Friday, 4-7pm  |  Saturdays and Sundays, 10am – 5pm

Located between Carnation and Duvall, the Novelty Hill Farm offers five varieties of freshly cut Christmas trees, as well as free greens (with purchase) for wreaths and swags. You can also warm up in their cozy, historic barn with cider and s’mores, and shop around from local artisans.


Novelty Hill Farm


Ronnei Christmas Tree Farm


11210 Carnation-Duvall RD NE, Carnation
Contact: 425-577-8623
When: Opens Nov. 29  |  Weekdays 11am – 4pm | Weekends 9am – 4pm

Located between Carnation and Duvall, the Ronnei Christmas Tree Farm offers U-cut Douglas, Grand, and Noble Firs, as well as pre-cut Noble Firs. Ronnei also has wreaths, holly, and garland for sale. Enjoy complimentary hot cider, cookies, and candy canes on the weekends. Be sure to bring either cash or check.


Snow Valley Christmas Tree Farm

17651 W. Snoqualmie River Rd NE, Duvall
Contact: 206-605-7563
When: Opens Nov. 29  |  Weekdays, 1 – 4pm  |  Weekends, 9am – 4pm

The Snow Valley Christmas Tree Farm is a 100-acre farm located on the banks of the Snoqualmie River. Their 28,000 trees include Noble, Grand, Fraser, Turkish, and Nordmann Firs, as well as Norway spruce. They will have complimentary cider, cocoa, cookies, and doughnuts waiting and will cut and haul your tree, if needed.


Snoqualmie Ranger Station

902 SE North Bend Way, North Bend
Contact: 425-888-1421
When: Online, or in-person Weekdays, 8am – 4:30pm (Closed for lunch 12:30 – 1:30pm)  |  Open Nov. 24 – Dec 8, 8am – 3:30pm

The U.S. Forest Service sells Christmas tree permits each year so that you can hunt down your own tree on Forest Service land. Cutting areas are located within national forest lands. Maps and information about cutting areas are provided when you purchase your permit. Each permit costs $10 and will allow you to cut a tree up to 12 feet. Purchasing two permits for $20 will allow you to cut a tree up to 20 feet. Permits are available for purchase at local Forest Service offices and online here.