Looking for Christmas Tree Farm

Updated on December 19, 2013
H.A. asks from Oregon City, OR
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Although my son was born last year this is the first Christmas we are going to get a tree. I have always wanted to build traditions with my kids and am looking for a fun but inexpensive tree farm in the area. We live in Oregon City so would like to find something in Clackamas County, but am willing to travel a little farther if it is really special. I have been actually looking for this the last few years, and still haven't found the perfect place.

I imagine a place with at least some of these items tractor or hay ride, animals to pet, santa, or just a real friendly environment with things for kids to enjoy and that I will want to go back year after year. I just really want to build memories that my son will have with him the rest of his life. I know he won't remember this year, but some day he will so I want to find the perfect place in the next few years.

Thank you for any suggestions you can give me.

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answers from Portland on

Don't know if I'm too late or not but here's a site that links the tree farms by county:




answers from Portland on

I know of a Christmas Tree Farm in the Oregon City area, it's called White Lane Christmas Tree Farm. It's at the Hilltop in Oregon City Central Point Rd & White Lane. This Tree Farm has donated to a charity that I belong to. I'm not sure about all the tractor ride, Santa stuff though. Good Luck



answers from Portland on

We love going to Lee Farms for Halloween and Christmas Stuff. You can check out their website here:




answers from Portland on

Go to Ringle and Sons in Beavercreek. Here is there website.. http://www.ringleandsontreefarms.com/

We started our cutting of the tree tradition last year there and are planning on going to get ours today. They are VERY nice and have great prices. I think we paid under $25 for a tall Noble Fir. It also lasted thru New Year. Good luck in finding your tree.

Oh yeah, there are a couple of farm animals to look at but not any of the other things you mentioned.



answers from Portland on

Merry Christmas Everyone,

Come Join us at White Lane Christmas Tree Farm for our Annual We Cut or U-Cut Last Weekend Before Christmas Blow Out Sale: 12/21 & 12/22

- $10 for All Pre-Cut Noble Christmas Trees

- Shake and Bale ONLY $10 Ea.

- All Trees up to 7 ft tall are ONLY $4 a foot

- Trees over 8 ft tall and up are ONLY $30 Ea.

- Veterans Receive a Buy one Get one Free Special with proof of military ID.

- Help Oregon Food Bank; bring TWO cans of food and receive $4 off your purchase of a noble fir.

(OFFER NOT VALID with Veteran Offer or Pre-cut Special: Valid towards nobles trees $4 a foot)

Enjoy hot chocolate, coffee, and cookies in the gift shop by the warm fire place. Make sure to bring a pair of shoes that you don't mind getting muddy.

Open 9am til Dark

- ONLY $10 for All Pre-Cut Noble Christmas Trees
- ONLY $4 a foot for any Noble Fir up to 7 ft!!!
- ANY Tree 8 ft and up are ONLY $30!!!
- Bring TWO cans of food and receive $4 off your purchase of a noble fir. ( OFFER NOT VALID with Veteran Offer)

Check out our website for more details


or Call P. @ ###-###-####

20036 S. White Lane, Oregon City 97045

Gift shop # ###-###-####

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