Looking for a Christmas tree in Happy Valley?

If you haven’t yet gotten a Christmas tree, there’s still plenty of time to do so.

We’re a little less than three weeks away from Christmas. If you aren’t a fan of the artificial trees, then it’s time to get out and find yourself a tree. When it comes to Christmas tree farms in Centre County, there are plenty of options.

Here are some places you can find a tree:

Kuhn’s Tree Farm – At Kuhn’s, you can choose and cut trees. Kuhn’s specializes in the Fraser Fir, but has a large selection of trees. Customers can cut down a tree with a saw (provided by Kuhn’s) or choose from freshly-cut trees on display around the barn. Carts are available to haul a tree from the field to the barn. A Kuhn’s employee can also help, if necessary.

Kuhn’s Tree Farm is located at 2101 Boal Ave. in Centre Hall. Call (814) 234-4027 for more information.

Parson’s Tree Farm – Families are invited to select and cut down a tree at Parson’s. Once trees are cut they are baled and drilled for center spike tree stands.

Parson’s is located at 1503 Dix Run in Julian. Call (717) 514-5172 for more information.

Tait Farm – At Tait Farm you can choose and cut down your tree or opt for a pre-cut tree. Tree shoppers can use a handy bow saw (provided) or bring their own – no chainsaws, axes or hatchets are allowed. Tait also offers hayrides, weather permitting.

Tait Farm is located along U.S. 322 in Boalsburg. Call (814) 466-6910 for more information.

Tannenbaum Farms – Tannenbaum Farms features a plethora of choices when it comes to trees. Just tell an employee what type of tree you are looking for and they will direct you to the appropriate field. Once you select your tree simply take it down and bring it back to the shop to be baled for easy transport. For safety reasons, customers are not permitted to bring chainsaws, axes or hatchets into the field.

Tannenbaum takes cash or check only. No credit cards. It is located at 161 McCool Road in Centre Hall. Call (814) 364-9276 for more information.

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