Deck the Halls with These Festive Trees

Posted by: Shelby Morse on November 7, 2023

One of the quintessential holiday activities is picking out the perfect Christmas tree. If you prefer the time-honored tradition of cutting down your own, these are the places to go:

The Wildes is located in Trafalgar and offers a holiday experience complete with Christmas trees, live music, a mercantile shop and warm drinks. Tickets are $125 per car (includes a tree) or $55 (without a tree). This year, they’ll be open for one day, Nov. 25 from 1 to 5 p.m.

You’ll find Peiffer Christmas Tree Farm in Trafalgar as well. They offer both cut and uncut trees and fresh wreaths. Stop by starting on Thanksgiving Day from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., then 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Nov. 25 and every weekend in December while supplies last.

Trees from DeHart is another local favorite. Here you can cut your own tree and top off the experience with hot chocolate, wagon rides and a meal from the food truck. The farm is located in Nineveh and is open on Saturdays and Sundays from dusk to dark. Opening weekend is Nov. 24 to 26 and they'll be open every weekend after until Christmas while supplies last.

Located in Franklin, Jenkins Farm Market is known for their produce and market in the summer and fall, but come winter it's a great place to buy pre-cut trees as well as fresh, handmade wreaths, festive decorations and more. They’re open every day from Nov. 24 through Christmas Eve. 

Another great place for pre-cut trees is Welch's Holiday Farm. Their trees will be sold at Farm Girl Mercantile in Franklin and at their pop-up market in front of the Wishing Well Motel in Whiteland.

If you’re looking for more ways to celebrate the season, check our events page for craft markets, light displays, holiday concerts and more.