Tree Farms

Updated on November 23, 2008
T.G. asks from Dearborn, MI
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Hi Moms

wanted to know if anyone knew of a good place to cut your own christmas tree. My family and I have cut our own tree for 10 years now, but about 4 years ago our tree farm closed and for the life of me I can not find another good place with tall,fat trees. I live in west dearborn but do not mind driving an hour away for a good farm.

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L.H.

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We live in Livonia and have been going to Arend Tree Farm just west of Chelsea for the last 16 years and find their tree selection and prices very reasonable. It is off Kalmbach Road.

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T.Z.

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There are a bunch of tree farms in the brighton area. My dad bought a HUGE tree from one of them last year. (The tree barely fit through the door, and stood tall enough to brush the ceiling in an open 2 story living room with cathedra; ceilings!) I wish I knew the name of it, but I'd imagine if you checked the internet you could find some information!

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K.G.

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There is a great place near Ida called Mathis(?) Tree farms!!

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C.C.

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Well, the place I know of is in Marshall, Michigan. I used to live there. It's a little more than an hour away. Basically where 1-94 and I-69 cross. It's called Olie's Tree Farm. We used to go there when we bought real trees. They have a horse drawn wagon to take you to the back of the lot and drop you off to look for your tree. They supply the saw. You cut the tree down, bring it to the edge of the lane and they will come back and bring it to the front for you. They will shake out the needles, bind it up, and help load it on the car for you. I remember the price was pretty good too. You can even get hot chocolate and donut holes. They also have wreaths and garland as well. I always enjoyed going.

If you'd like to try it, drive West on I-94 to exit #110. Turn right (North) and turn left on the first road on your left. It's the first road after the gas station (I think G Drive is the name of the road). Anyway, turn left on that road and go straight. You'll go around a big curve and the road turns into 16 1/2 mile. It's just over the hill on the left side of the road. You can't miss it.

Good luck. Merry Christmas.... and Happy THanksgiving too!

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D.H.

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Huron Christmas Tree Farm is at 32120 King Rd. Huron Township - 48164

Phone: ###-###-#### Off Season: ###-###-####
Email: [email protected]____.com

We've gotten quite a few trees there over the years and their prices aren't too bad. It's on King Rd. west of Middlebelt.
D.

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M.T.

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We unfortunatly have a fake tree because my husband is paranoid of a real one catching on fire. But one of the girls in my multiples group posted this. Hope it helps.

Matthes Tree Farm Christmas Tree Festival.
13416 Lulu Rd. Ida, MI 48140
Saturday, November 29th from 10am-2pm

Come celebrate their 25thanniversary with a wonderful family event with FREE popcorn, coffee and hot chocolate! Then, at noon, the REAL Santa Claus arrives via HELICOPTER and lands at the tree farm assisted by the Ida Fire Department. After his arrival, families will be allowed to investigate the helicopter and fire trucks on hand for the event. There are also crafters in the main barn as well as ongoing FREE entertainment by local groups. There is a FREE petting zoo in the small barn and Santa will be available to start taking Christmas requests on his lap FREE OF CHARGE in the wreath making area! Bring your own camera or have their photographer take one for you for an additional charge. There are also pony rides and a horse drawn hay rides available for an additional charge. Food is available in the main barn for an additional charge as well. This promises to be a memorable event for the entire family. Pick out a tree at this time or just start getting some ideas for closer to the holidays. Everyone is welcome.

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