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Click here for Arizona sleigh rides, sledding, tubing, etc.Whether you want to cut your own tree, pick a live tree and have it cut for you, buy a tree already cut or buy a living tree you can plant, this page provides detailed listings of Arizona's choose-and-cut Christmas tree farms, places to buy pre-cut (also called pre-harvested and fresh-cut) trees, stands, sleigh rides, hay rides and related winter events and fun. Some listings are for tree farms, others are tree lots, and some only offer hay rides, sleigh rides or other winter events. READ EACH LISTING to know what each facility offers. The farms are listed further down this page, so scroll down the page! Since this service is free and open to ALL Christmas tree farms, not just those who belong to an association or pay for an ad, like almost all other websites do, this is the most complete and current listing available! I'm always looking for more to add, and to correct any inaccuracies or errors, so if you encounter any, please email me!

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Apache County

Cochise County

Coconino County

Gila County

Graham County

Greenlee County

LaPaz County

Maricopa County

Mohave County

Navajo County

Pima County

Pinal County

Santa Cruz County

Yavapai County

Yuma County

Cut your own Christmas tree in a Arizona forest (with a permit)

Yes, with the following restrictions, you are allowed to go out in the following forests, find your perfect Christmas tree and cut down with your own hands:

  • Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest (any species of tree)
  • The Kaibab National Forest (piñon or juniper)
  • Prescott National Forest (any species of tree)
  • Tonto National Forest (piñon or juniper)

Here are certain restrictions:

You must have a permit to cut a Christmas tree. A limited number of permits are granted each year . In 2008, the permits went on sale for $10 to $15 each on October 10 at 12 Big Five Sporting Goods in Arizona. They allow residents to legally cut down their own tree. (Note: Forest officials announced in September 2008 they were dropping the decades-old lottery that decided who got to harvest trees for a statewide sale of permits on a first-come, first-serve basis at the stores.)

Other conditions and restrictions:

  • Trees may be cut between November 9th and December 24th.
  • The permit allows you to cut one tree under 10 feet tall, per residence, per year.
  • You may harvest a tree for someone else if you have their permit with you
  • No tree harvested under this program may be sold.

For more information you may call the Christmas tree hotline at 602-225-5258 or see these pages:

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