Where to get your tree
Christmas Nobles by Holschers 16550 S.E. Foster Road, Gresham, just east of Space Age service station, 503-328-6632. Open daily 9 a.m. to dusk through Saturday, Dec. 14. We-cut or U-cut with saws provided. Large selection of tall trees, 10 to more than 20 feet high, including well-shaped nobles, Nordman and grand fir trees. Smaller Fraser fir, grands, nobles and other varieties between 5 and 9 feet tall also available. Cash and checks only.
Olcotts Christmas Trees 43120 S.E. Deverell Road, Corbett, 503-695-5219. Open through Friday, Dec. 20, and afterward by call only on the weekend. Call for weekday hours, open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekends. We-cut and U-cut nobles; saws are provided, free cordage/tie material, free hot cider. Seasoned firewood also available. From I-84, take exit 22 or Stark Street into Corbett. From the Corbett Fire Hall on the east end of town, travel east on Columbia River Highway 1.6 miles to Larch Mountain Road, travel a little more than 3 miles on Larch Mountain Road to Louden Road. Follow signs to the tree farm.
Oxbow Rim Tree Farm 34623 S.E. Homan Road, Gresham, 503-663-6815. Open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily through Sunday, Dec. 23. U-cut and pre-cut Christmas trees. Saws provided. Theyll clean, bale and load the tree for you. Tree stands also available. Nobles, Douglas fir, grand fir and Scotch pines. Cash, checks and credit cards accepted. Wreaths, refreshments, gift shop with almost 4,000 ornaments, restrooms, food including hot dogs, elephant ears and more. All that plus candy canes, balloons and wood stoves to warm your toes and a Santa photo taking area. The farm is located just above Oxbow Park, 18 miles east of Portland and 6 miles east of Gresham.
Boy Scouts from Troop 586 are once again selling Christmas trees at the corner of Division Street and Kane Drive, behind the 7-Eleven store. The tree lot is open weeknights from 4-9 p.m. and weekends 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. through Sunday, Dec. 22. Natural noble fir and shaped grand fir are available for $20 per tree. All proceeds from the annual tree lot go to Troop 586 and help pay for the boys summer camp. For more information, call Keith Townsend 503-663-4040.
Reynolds Learning Academy is holding its annual noble tree sale at 20234 N.E. Halsey, Fairview. The sale will be held 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Dec. 7-8 and 14-15 and weekdays by appointment. Trees are $15 under 12 feet and $20 under 12 feet. The sale benefits Multnomah Youth Corps and the trades program at RLA.
4Js Tree Farm 12862 S.E. 352nd Ave., Boring, 503-913-3819. Open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday through Sunday. We-cut and U-cut with saws provided. Noble firs of all sizes with large selection of tall trees perfect for churches, businesses and large entry halls. Wreaths, boughs and free hot cider available. Santa is also known to pop in. From Boring, take Highway 212 east and go across the Highway 26 overpass. Highway 212 becomes Compton Road. Pass Orient Drive, turn right on Southeast 352nd Avenue: the tree farm is on the left at the corner of 352nd and Dunn Road. Cash and checks accepted.
Beissmann Tree Farm 38075 S.E. Boitano Road, Sandy, 503-668-7632. Open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily. U-cut trees including nobles, grands and Douglas firs. Tree baling offered for free. Wreaths, handmade crafts and toys also available. Cash and checks only.
Bobz U-cut Tree Farm 21735 S. Springwater Road, Estacada, about half a mile south of McIver Park, 503-631-4585. Open 10 a.m. to dusk on weekdays, 9 a.m. to dusk on weekends through Sunday, Dec. 22. U-cut, We-cut and precut Christmas trees with saws provided. Christmas wreaths, boughs, garlands and mistletoe also available. Full service, including help cutting, retrieval from the field, shaking, trimming, baling and loading. Flocking and bagging also available. Snacks and refreshment stand, restrooms, fire pit and free hot cocoa and coffee. Farm boasts 14 acres with thousands of nobles, grands and Douglas firs. Cash, checks, VISA and MasterCard accepted. Look for the Bobz Tree Farm signs from Carver or Estacada. From I-205 take exit 12A East (Clackamas/Estacada) onto Highway 212/224. After approximately 3 miles, turn right onto Highway 224 toward Estacada. Go about 1 mile to the town of Carver. Turn right, crossing the bridge over the Clackamas River. Turn left onto Springwater Road and go about 10 miles to Bobz Tree Farm on the right.
CanyonHaven Nursery 45280 S.E. Coalman Road, Sandy, 503-668-5826. Open noon to dark Monday through Friday, weekends 10 a.m. to dark through Saturday, Dec. 21, and also by appointment. U-cut and we-cut with saws available. Free car loading. All trees cost $20 or $10 for trees under 5 feet, cash only. Trees range from 2-to-8-foot nobles, grands, Douglas firs and that hard-to-find New England favorite, balsam firs. From Sandy, head north on Southeast Ten Eyck Road about half a mile, turn right on Coalman Road and follow the U-cut signs for about 3 miles to the nursery. Hot coffee and chocolate and free boughs. May have limited wreaths. Sandy High students volunteer to raise funds for church youth programs.
Dutchers Tree Farm 33755 S.E. Compton Road, Boring, 503-663-4127. Open 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. through Monday, Dec. 23. U-cut, we-cut and Douglas firs, grands and nobles up to 12 feet tall. Saws, tree baling and flocking available, as are handcrafted wreaths, candle arrangements and decorations. Pet the farm animals and feed bread to the ducks. From Gresham, go 7 miles east on Highway 26 to the Boring exit. Turn left at stop sign, continue to Orient Drive; farm is half a mile on the left. Additional bird houses for sale, $10 and up.
Hamburgs 4D Tree Farm 36731 S.E. Hauglum Road, Sandy, 503-668-8007, open 9 a.m. to dusk until Christmas Eve. U-cut, we-cut and precut grands and nobles. Saws provided, snacks and refreshment stand, restrooms. Free refreshments, including chili, on weekends along with hot apple cider or hot chocolate plus free candy canes for the kids. Make your own wooden ornament as a memento of the tree you selected. Materials are also provided for making your own Christmas swags. Table arrangements available for purchase. Cash, checks, VISA and Mastercard accepted. From Gresham take Highway 26 toward Sandy. Take the Boring exit and take left onto overpass. Continue and cross Orient Drive. Head east on Compton for 1 mile. At the stop, turn left onto 352nd. Take the first right turn onto Hauglum Road. Continue on Hauglum for 1 mile. Hamburgs 4D Tree Farm is on left. From Sandy: Take Bluff Road heading north past the high school for 3 miles. Turn left onto Hauglum Road, go half a mile to Hamburgs 4D Tree Farm on the right.
Mt. Hood Tree Farm on Harding Road in Clackamas, 503-932-7967, open weekdays from 11 a.m. to dusk, 9 a.m. to dusk on weekends through Dec. 22. Nobles, Douglas firs, grands, Nordman firs and turkey firs. Saws and cutting assistance available. Theyll even shake the tree, bail it and load it on your vehicle for free. Enjoy a warm fire, cider, cocoa, candy canes and cookies. From Carver, turn left on Springwater Road, follow signs to Harding Road. Take a left on Harding and follow signs to Mt. Hood Tree Farm on the right.
Sandy Farms 36210 S.E. Highway 211, Boring, just look for the big red barns, 503-668-4525. Open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on weekends. U-cut and we-cut trees with handsaws provided. Theyll haul your tree to your car for free and help you strap it down, but bailing costs $2. Free candy canes and coffee and cocoa, and usually something for dogs, as well. Grands, Douglas firs and nobles.
Van Diest Farm 11221 S.E. 352nd Ave., Boring, 503-701-4580, 503 504-7012. Open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays and from dawn to dusk weekends. U-cut, cutting assistance and baling. From Gresham take Highway 26 east to Compton Road. Turn left on Compton and the left on 352nd Avenue and take a left at the end of the gravel road. Noble firs and Frasers from 8 to 12 feet tall. Services include help cutting and tree bailing. Cash and checks only.Add a comment