35 Orchardside Dr., Cranbury
$65 up to 12 feet; $120 12 feet and up
You can either chop your own down or let them do the dirty work (from cutting it down to strapping it to your car). You can also snag Christmas wreaths, tree stands and watering elves. All customers must wear masks on the farm and practice social distancing of 6 feet.
352 Quakertown Rd., Pittstown
Choose from five species of trees, then cut it down yourself or ask for help. Then go for a wagon ride, browse the crafts and have some refreshments on the premises. Kids can search for hidden elves to win candy canes. Guests are asked to respect staff and customers’ personal space.
10 Combs Avenue, Mendham
Dixiedale Farm in Chatham is now permanently closed but you can buy pre-cut trees and there are a limited number of choose-and-cut trees at the farm.
338 Jacobstown-Cookstown Rd., Wrightstown
up to 3 feet – $40, up to 5 feet $45, 5-7 feet $55, 7-9 feet $65, 9-12 feet $85, 12-15 feet $95, over 15 feet $105
Choose-and-cut Christmas trees are available here. Saws are provided and the farm also provides a free tree cutting service for those who need assistance. Face masks are required, and guests are asked to observe social distancing guidelines.
77 Jackson Valley Rd., Washington
$55-78 based on species (not height)
There are over 10,000 trees and 8 types on this 145-acre farm. Ask a farmer the benefits of having a real Christmas tree instead of a fake one. Balled and burlapped also available. Masks are not required outside but people are asked to wear them in the cashier’s tent and to maintain 6 feet social distancing.
44 Augusta Hill Rd., Augusta
$62, cash or check only
Choose from 5 different tree species. Stop by the Christmas Shop afterwards for ornaments, wreaths, donuts and refreshments.
220 Flocktown Rd., Long Valley
$10/foot, cash or check only
You pick the tree, and the staff will do the rest, from sawing to tying it to the roof of your car. Be sure to check out the wreaths, grave blankets, mailbox huggies and funnel cakes, too. Remember social distancing and wear your PPE.
61 Hacklebarney Rd., Long Valley
$75 for cut your own
This quaint, family-owned farm boasts tons of beauties you can cut down yourself. Open Saturdays and Sundays from 10 am to 4 pm after Black Friday. Vintage, handmade and local goodies available in the barn shop. Please wear a mask when you can’t socially distance.
U-Cut Fields: 260 Dey Rd., Cranbury; 120 Cranbury Neck Rd., Cranbury
Fresh-cut: 118 Dey Rd., Plainsboro
The family can browse this 50-acre farm for the perfect match. Bring your own saw or use theirs. U-Cut trees span two different lots, so be sure to check that you have the correct form of payment for the lot you’re on: If you chop at 260 Dey Rd., you’ll need cash to charge your card at 118 Dey Rd. first. You can pay with cash or Visa/Mastercard at 120 Cranbury Neck Rd. Save $10 on a PYO white pine. Please wear a mask where social distancing cannot be maintained. Wagon rides will be at limited capacity so be prepared to walk.
242 Wykertown Rd., Rte. 629, Branchville
16 acres of 16,000 trees and 4 species are available to chop. Saws, twine and other materials provided. Please wear a mask and observe COVID-19 guidelines. Open 9 am-4 pm weekends only.
118 Beechwood Rd., Belvidere
Call for pricing
Cut your fave from this 75-acre spot. There will be no free cookies and hot chocolate this year due to COVID-19, but there will be lots of holiday cheer. Be sure to wear your mask as they are required. Open every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday 10 am-4:30 pm.
246 County Rd. 519 (Mile Marker 39), Belvidere
$10/foot for cut-your-own
You can buy a fresh-cut tree here or choose from 5,000 and cut your own. Try to visit on the weekdays if possible, to avoid the crowds. Tailgating will be suspended this year due to COVID-19. There are also beautiful wreaths and other items available for purchase.