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Choose & Cut Christmas Trees

AN AMERICAN TRADITION STILL ALIVE IN THE HIGH COUNTRY

Choosing your own Christmas tree from a Boone Area tree farm is memorable experience for the entire family. In the Boone Area anyone can find beautiful Fraser Fir trees, the nation's most prized Christmas tree, only native only to the High Country of northwestern North Carolina and adjacent summits. 

Travel to growers' farms to choose among the freshest trees from tiny to towering, and find beautiful wreaths, roping, and boughs. Some farms offer Christmas-themed crafts and gifts, hot cocoa or cider, cookies, hayrides, farm animals to pet, antique machinery to admire, and spectacular views. High Country tree farmers will also to ship their perfectly proportioned trees all over the world-but the Choose & Cut tradition of old is still alive and well-and close to home in the Boone area.

Make sure to plan ahead and make lodging reservations in advance, as well as check out the brochure on Boone and Blowing Rock Christmas Tree Farms for this busy season!

Local Lodging Packages

Several area hotels offer Choose & Cut Packages*:

   *Please contact your hotel to ask which tree farms are participating.

 

 


 

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