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Greater Grand Rapids Christmas Tree Guide – 2012

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The following Christmas Tree Farms have been recommended to us by our readers.

Maybe it’s already a family tradition, or maybe you’re looking to start something new this year… whatever your scenario, cutting down a Christmas tree is a fun way for the whole family to enjoy the West Michigan outdoors and get into the holiday spirit. Bring the dog, catch a wagon ride, and have fun!

Each of these tree farms are open 7 days a week and provide the following amenities unless otherwise noted:

    • u-cut trees
    • pre-cut trees
    • other greenery for sale
    • saws provided
    • baling
    • drilling
    • shaking
    • concessions
    • wagon rides
    • leashed dogs welcome
 

 

Bosch’s Country View Nurseries Inc.
Address: 10785 84th Ave, Allendale, MI  49401
Phone: 616.892.4090

  • also has bonfires
  • Santa Claus on Nov 25, Nov 26, Dec 3 & Dec 10 from 11 am-4 pm
 

Church’s Tree Farm
Address: 182 136th St., Grant, MI 49327
Phone: 231.834.7158

  • balloon animals
 

Hart Tree Farm
Address: 8760 Young NE, Rockford, MI 49341
Phone:  616.874.7930

  • farm animals on site
 

Horrocks Christmas Trees
Address: 1776 N. State Road (M-66), Ionia, MI 48846
Phone:  616.527.4842

  • also has bonfires
  • official drop off site for Toys for Tots
 

Janke Tree Farm
Address: 2676 111th Ave, Allegan, MI 49010
Phone:  269.673.7367

  • also has bonfires
 

Lenderink Tree Farm
Address: 1267 House St NE, Belmont, MI 49306
Phone:  616.916.8600

  • also has bonfires
  • Santa on the weekends from 11am-3pm
 

Red Flannel Christmas Tree Farm
Address: 507 Cedar Springs Ave., Cedar Springs, MI 49139
Phone:  616.696.7729

  • open weekends
     
 

Vormittag Tree Farm
Address: O-9921 Linden Drive, Grand Rapids, MI 49534
Phone:  616.677.3605

  •  no wagon rides
 

 

Betsy B

Betsy B

Mom to two busy little boys, Betsy is constantly on the chase. When she's not chasing boys she looks for time to pursue hobbies of catering, food experimentation, crafting, and naps.

 

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