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Elgin Christmas Tree Farm

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Elgin Christmas Tree Farm
120 Nature's Way
ElginTX 78621
(512) 281-5016

Ages: 0 and up

Cost: Tree prices vary by size and type-see website for list of current prices;fees for other activities at the farm vary-visit website for details

Parking: Yes

Features: Handicap Accessible, Snack Stand, Picnic Area, Restrooms, Playground, Shop

Elgin Christmas Tree Farm has been growing Christmas trees since 1984. They use a variety of organic fertilizers to grow their trees and use products that help build a healthy, balanced soil. The result? A beautiful, healthier tree that will stay fresher longer and lose fewer needles. They will provide everything you need to cut down your tree, shake it out and wrap it up for you to take home. 

Also offered during the Christmas season:


  • Christmas cottage to purchase Christmas decorations and a variety of gifts 
  • Fresh made wreaths
  • Tree stands of all sizes
  • Scenic hayride
  • Animals to visit
  • Crazy maze 
  • Playground
  • Elgin Sausage available on the weekends


Other activites at the farm include:


  • Fall fun and pumpkin festival
  • Field trips
  • Hayrides and parties 


2013 Hours of Operation:

October Fall Fun: beginning October 5th

Weekdays & 1st & 4th weekends

Monday-Thursday 10am-2pm

Friday & Saturday 10am-5:30pm

Sunday 12-5pm 


Christmas Season: The Farm opens the day after Thanksgiving for tree sales 


  • Monday-Wednesday 10:00am-5:30pm
  • Thursday and Friday 10:00am-8:30pm
  • Saturday 10:00am-5:30pm
  • Sunday Church on the farm 11am(tree sales begin afte church)
  • Sunday 12-5:30pm
Dogs on a leash always welcome!


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  • 5

Reviewed on 01/26/2013

Love the pumpkin festival in the fall!!!

Elgin Christmas Tree Farm


  • 5

Reviewed on 11/26/2012

We had a great time getting our tree this year at Elgin Christmas Tree Farm. We arrived the Saturday morning after Thanksgiving and the farm was bustling. After walking around to check things out a bit, we got in line to wait for the hayride which would take us out the field to cut our tree. We only waited for about 5 minutes before the tractor came. This was our first time so the young girl at the front of the line explained the very easy process of grabbing a saw as you exit the tractor, picking your tree and tagging it.

Once we got out to the field there were lots of shapes and sizes to choose from. There were a lot of stickers so I would definitely recommend long pants and thick-soled shoes. We wore both but the kids still ended up with a few stickers on them. The farm is very dog friendly and there were lots of dogs in the fields. If you do bring your dog, you may want to put booties on them so that they don't get stickers in their paws.

Once we selected our tree, we cut it down and pulled it up to the pick-up area. When the tractor pulled up, the driver hopped out and loaded our tree for us. Back at the main entrance they shook it out and netted it for us. We forgot a rope to tie the tree to the top of our car but they had a bucket with twine for just that. They have everything you need! All of the staff were very friendly and helpful. The trees are really reasonably priced too. The choose-n-cut prices go by size and start at $27. They also had a bunch of pre-cut trees available for purchase as well as wreaths and garlands. I stopped into the cottage shop, where they sell ornaments and other Christmas stuff. I thought they had a great selection and very affordable prices. We also bought a few trinkets at the barn shop which sells small toys for children from $1-5 and some snacks and drinks.

Other activities the we enjoyed on the farm were visiting with the animals, the 1 mile crazy maze and playing on the playground. The playground is small, really just a swing set and a small toddler slide but my kids, 2 and 4, had fun. We were there on a Saturday so they had Elgin sausage wraps, chips and other snacks but they only offer that on weekends. There was also a nice covered pavilion with picnic tables. We had a blast and we'll definitely be making it a family tradition.


Elgin Christmas Tree Farm