O Christmas Tree, O Christmas Tree

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It’s time to start sprucing up the place! Why not visit an enchanting Christmas tree farm and elevate the festive tradition? We’ve curated a selection of Hudson Valley venues for you to choose from. Visit one or visit all of them!

1. Cockburn Farm | Putnam County

Get in the spirit with a day full of fun for the whole family. Search the farm for the perfect Christmas tree, hot chocolate in hand. Make sure to visit Santa and browse the seasonal store filled with handmade holiday crafts. You can grab a yummy bite at the all-new Cockburn Cafe before you leave! Open 7 days a week, starting Black Friday through Christmas Eve.

2. Eggbert at Devitt’s Nursery | Orange County

Get eggcited...it’s Christmas on the farm with Eggbert! Back after a 3-year hiatus, Eggbert is ready to see his old (and new) friends. Great for all ages and a wonderful holiday tradition for families large and small. Walk the Christmas trail, check out the holiday shop and make some great memories. Eggbert will be on the scene from November 25th-December 24th (Friday 3pm-7pm, Saturday 10am-5pm, Sunday 10am-4pm.)

3. Stone Oak Tree Farm | Orange County

Tis the season! Visit the Tree Farm, the Bed & Breakfast or both. More than 8 acres to hike and 3 kinds of trees to choose from—Blue Spruce, White Spruce and Canaan Fir. Open weekends, November 27th - December 12th, from 10am until dusk. Weekday times by appointment 845-355-4751, 845-537-9060 and e-mail: ronorati@hvc.rr.com, nonorati620@gmail.com

4. Abel's Trees | Dutchess County

Get cozy with a cup of hot chocolate on a charming Dutchess County Christmas tree farm. Located on 25 acres in Verbank, NY—Abel’s Tree Farm serves up fresh baked goods, hot snacks, and other craveable comforts. Choose from Canaan Firs, Blue Spruces, and more! Plus, go home with a decorative wreath. See website for 2022 updates.

Putnam Cockburn Farm

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