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Getting a Christmas tree? We're here to help

Now that Thanksgiving is over, the Christmas holiday season is officially here. That means it's time to get the family favorite - the Christmas tree.

Of course, if you prefer a fake one to a live one, that'll be easy. Either you already have one stored away or you're probably planning on buying one this year.

But if you love the smell of a fresh tree in your house and want a real one, we've put together a list of options, including getting your own permit or visiting a tree farm or lot. And of course, if there's a Christmas tree farm or lot in your community that's not on the list, send us an email so we can add it!


TREE CUTTING PERMITS


Make a family trip out of the tree hunting experience by heading out in the woods to cut your own.  Permits are fairly cheap.


CHRISTMAS TREE FARMS/LOTS


Aloha

Banks

Battle Ground

Beavercreek

Beaverton

Boring

Canby

Estacada

Forest Grove

Gervais

  • Melcher Trees at 12635 Checkerboard Road N.E.

Gresham

Happy Valley

Hillsboro

Keizer

  • Tree lot at Schoolhouse Square at 5001 River Road North

McMinnville

  • Tree lot at 1500 Taft Street (between Roths and Tesoro)

Molalla

Mount Hood

Newberg

North Plains

Oregon City

Portland

Salem

  • Tree lot next to the El Mirador Mexican restaurant at 1660 Lancaster Drive N.E.

Sandy

Scappoose

Sherwood

Tigard

Tualatin

Vancouver

  • Thornton's Treeland at 7617 N.E. 119th Street
  • Tree lot at Northeast 107th Avenue and Covington Road

Washougal

West Linn

  • Boy Scout Troop 149 - selling trees at Hammerle Park at 1505 Lewis Street. Open weeknights from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. and all day on Saturdays and Sundays.

Wilsonville

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