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Christmas Tree Cutting Experiences In DFW

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Looking for a new Christmas tree experience? Well you're in luck. The DFW area is loaded with fun places to take the kiddos to cut your very own tree down. No more plastic trees, it's time to enjoy the fresh scent of pine. Check out five of the best places in your neck of the woods.

McNew Star M. Plantation
2914 Highway 276 W.
Quinlan, TX 75474
(903) 356-2195

Tucked away in a small town called Quinlan is the McNew Star M. Plantation. With hot apple cider waiting in the gift shop, you won't be able to resist its charm. This wonderful gift shop features unique Texas Christmas ornaments and other seasonal gifts that will keep you entranced. There's a playground for the kiddos, a barrel-wheeled train ride through the Wolf Wallow Forest and a hayride that is guaranteed to put smiles on everyone's faces. Most importantly, the friendly staff at this enchanting establishment will make you feel like you're part of the family. The trees are priced as low as $25, and freshly harvested fir trees are $50 and up. Start your own family tradition today and take a road trip out to McNew Star M. Plantation. It will be worth the trip.

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KaJiN Farm
3221 County Road 2508
Caddo Mills, TX 75135
(903) 217-2679

Another spot that might be hard to spot is KaJiN Farm in Caddo Mills. Big trees are not the only thing that can be found here. KaJiNVille has chickens, Rainbow the pig and a pumpkin patch for all to see. It also has a gift shop with ornaments, tree stands, lights and much more. If you haven't bought your final gifts, there are unique jewelry ideas, handmade quilts and aprons and its very unique Swamp People's Things. Look for the gator and head on out with the kiddos to Caddo.

North Pole Farms
5333 Forest Lane
Dallas, TX 75244
(858) 539-5902

North Pole Farms prides itself in having the highest quality of Christmas trees from the Pacific Northwest and North Carolina. It specializes in Blue Ridge Fraser Firs and Alpine Noble Firs. Although you can't cut your own trees here, the experience will be just as enjoyable without all of the work. This Dallas delight also carries wreaths and garlands to help you get the freshest Christmas tree experience possible. With prices ranging from $30 to $450, you can be assured that there is something for everyone to enjoy. Who says you have to leave the city for a country Christmas experience? Head on out to North Pole Farms, where you won't even need a sweater.

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Flower Mound Christmas Trees

5100 Cross Timbers Road
Flower Mound, TX 75028
(817) 430-4536

Have Christmas in the country and enjoy your tree-cutting experience at Flower Mount Christmas Trees. Flower Mount Christmas Trees loves kids. It features many activities that are child-friendly and they are all free. Flower Mound has a hay bale pyramid, jump houses and even a kid-size choo choo train. Hot cider and chocolate are free on the weekends for your enjoyment. There are decorations all throughout the property for memories to be created. Don't forget to stop and take a picture. With thousands of pre-cut trees to choose from and eight different varieties, you can't go wrong.

Treeland Nursery
1208 Sharp Road
Gunter, TX 75058
(972) 372-4737

Treeland Nursery is a 40-acre tree farm with 33 different varieties to choose from. Just north of Dallas, this tree farm offers extraordinary beauty and stocks over 4,000 trees and shrubs. This unique farm specializes in container tree sales and planting for both retail and wholesale patrons. Treeland offers free delivery with minimum orders. So, grab your neighbors, family and friends and take a look at this vast tree farm just north of Dallas.

Judy Serrano writes romantic thrillers at She graduated from Texas A&M Commerce with a BA in English. She is also a freelance writer for She lives in Texas with her husband, four boys and five dogs.


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