Putting up a Christmas tree shows you've got the spirit of the season, unless you decorate it with stolen car keys. Jingle all the way with this Groupon.
$10 for a Grand Fir Up to 9 Feet Tall ($20 Value)
A hayride shuttles holiday-tree hunters to and from the tree field. Once hunters locate a suitable specimen, the farm attendants will cut it down and shake the tree free of dead needles for free. Binding the tree costs an additional $2.
Northern Lights Christmas Tree Farm
At Northern Lights Christmas Tree Farm, Bob and Lynn Schutte oversee a bustling cornucopia of flora and fauna perched alongside the Willamette River. Christmas trees in the varieties of Noble, Grand, Douglas, and Fraser Fir, as well Scotch Pine, sprawl over half of the 162-acre stead, while the rest is home to turkeys, chickens, and 85 Angus/Hereford Cross cows, raised for USDA-certified grass-fed beef. When not searching for Christmas trees or loading up on local cuts of meat, folks can pay visits to the farm to see the animals and the pet the plants during field trips and on Colonial Harvest Day, a fall celebration complete with live music, food vendors, and hayrides.
36777 Wheeler Rd.
Pleasant Hill, Oregon 97455