Nashville December 14, 2018
These 5 Christmas Tree Farms Near Nashville Are Absolutely Magical
Here in Nashville, the holidays make for some of the most magical experiences in the south. You can walk Broadway, all decked out in its classic neon glory with a Christmas twist, enjoy specialty meals at our incredible restaurants or maybe, if you live in the city, visit a Christmas tree farm or two. These seven spots aren’t too far from the city and make for beautiful holiday memories. Are you ready to make your home nice and festive?
1. Country Cove Christmas Tree Farm — 1189 Cut Off Rd., Murfreesboro
You can find the Country Cove Christmas Tree Farm is located a hot second outside of the city in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. It's been featured all over local news for the beautiful location, huge selection of trees and the opportunity to cut your own tree down. Make sure to snag some hot cider while you walk and pick out your festive tree for the season.
2. Santa's Trees — 2501 12th Ave. S, Nashville
You've most likely seen Santa's Trees if you've walked through the 12South strip in Nashville recently. There are actually seven Santa's Trees lots around the city, which makes it easy to pick out your pre-cut tree in a beautiful and festive atmosphere.
3. Wildwood Christmas Tree Farm — 286 La Paloma Rd., Woodbury
Woodbury is roughly an hour outside of Nashville, and the Wildwood Christmas Tree Farm specializes in white pine, Canadian hemlock and Norway spruce trees for the season. You can either choose your tree to be cut down or pick from a pre-cut fir. You can even take home a live wreath if you're in the market.
4. Bluebird Christmas Tree Farm — 985 Brushy Valley Rd., Heiskell
Alright, this one is a trek since it's all the way out in Heiskell, Tennessee. Still, the Bluebird Christmas tree farm is so gorgeous and idyllic you won't want to miss it. Trees usually run about $50 to $60, and Bluebird offers a whole range of heights.
5. Ward Grove Christmas Tree Farm —20 Ward Rd., Beech Bluff
Oh, we're so in love with the Ward Grove Christmas Tree Farm. It's like stepping back in time. The Beech Bluff farm opens the Friday after Thanksgiving every year, and offers up all sorts of trees and festive decor to make your holidays as dreamy and darling as your childhood home.
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