‘This the season, and the first batch of Christmas trees is set to grace the city of Tampa next week. Here’s your guide to procuring the quintessential Christmas decoration for your home this festive season.
But before you embark on your tree quest, don’t forget to peruse our Holiday Events Guide and Holiday Markets Guide for an extra dose of seasonal joy.
Gallio Christmas Tree Farm 4518 S Manhattan Ave Official opening: November 17
This delightful Christmas tree farm goes beyond just trees – expect visits with Santa, outdoor movies, local food vendors, and more. Keep tabs on their operating hours and special events by following them on Facebook.
Great Lakes Christmas Tree Farm 5302 E. Diana St. First trees arriving: November 14
Serving the Tampa Bay Area for over 30 years, Great Lakes Christmas Tree Farms is your go-to for fresh-cut Christmas trees and high-quality poinsettias.
Tampa Bay Farmers Market 10001 North Armenia Avenue First trees arrive: Late November/Early December
Apart from being a hub for local produce, Tampa Bay Farmers Market also transforms into a Christmas tree haven during the holiday season. Check their Facebook page for updates on tree arrivals.
For those willing to venture outside Tampa, consider these Christmas tree farms:
Gallaghers Christmas Tree Farm 4701 4th St N, St. Petersburg Opening: November 17
Mike’s Christmas Trees 12349 Bloomingdale Ave., Riverview 7710 Old Big Bend Rd., Gibsonton Official opening: Thanksgiving Day
An Olde Time Christmas 301 37th Avenue North, St. Petersburg Opening: November 17
Lazy Acres Christmas Tree Farm 14920 Swift Rd, Dade City Opening: Day after Thanksgiving
For the ultimate Christmas Tree Farm experience, consider embarking on a journey to Chimney Pond Farm in North Carolina. Read a comprehensive review of our visit to the farm here.
Property Address: 240 Chimney Pond Rd., Glenville, NC