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Where To Find A Christmas Tree Lot Near You In The Treasure Valley

Last updated December 01, 2022 by Mariah Hebbeln

Nothing beats the fragrant scent of a freshly chopped down Christmas tree. There are plenty of locally owned Christmas tree lots to be found in the Treasure Valley. Here you can enjoy your pick of Christmas trees in various sizes, types, and possibly flocked.

Living in the Pacific Northwest, we are lucky to have many of these trees grown right in our backyards!

Keep reading to find a Christmas Tree Lot near you and some other great holiday ideas!

Where to Buy a Real Christmas Tree in The Treasure Valley

Oh, Tannenbaum! The tradition of the Christmas tree dates back as far as ancient Egypt and Rome. The more modern version of the Christmas tree is credited to German traditions for a holiday. The earliest Christmas trees in American history show up around the 1830s. *Please double-check hours and availability before going to any location. Information might have changed since this publication.

Franz Witte

20005 11th Ave N, Nampa


Monday - Saturday 9 am - 6 pm

Sunday 10 am - 5 pm

Sweetpeas Christmas Trees

7897 W Hill Rd, Garden City


Monday - Friday 3 pm - 7 pm

Saturday - Sunday 11 am - 7 pm

Meridian Optimist Christmas Tree Lot

Meridian Speedyway - 335 S Main St. Meridian


Monday - Friday 5 pm - 7 pm

Saturday 9 am - 7 pm

Sunday 10 am - 6 pm

Jordan’s Pumpkin Patch and Christmas Tree Lot

2591 S Cole Rd


Monday - Friday 12 pm - 8 pm

Saturday 10 am - 8 pm

Sunday 10 am - 7 pm

Broadway Christmas Trees

2455 Broadway Ave, Boise


Monday - Sunday 9 am - 9 pm

Elite Christmas Trees

4300 E Victory Rd, Nampa


Monday - Friday 3 pm - 7 pm

Saturday - Sunday 11 am - 6 pm

North End Organic Nursery

3777 W Chinden Blvd, Garden City


Monday - Saturday 9 am - 5 pm

Sunday 10 am - 5 pm

FarWest Landscape & Garden Center

5728 W State St., Boise


Monday - Sunday 9 am - 5 pm

Wissel Farm Inc.

11085 Lake Lowell Ave, Nampa


Monday - Thursday 9 am - 6 pm

Friday - Saturday 9 am - 7 pm

Sunday 9 am - 5 pm

Home Depot

Any Location


Monday - Sunday 6 am - 9 pm


Any Location


Monday - Sunday 6 am - 9 pm

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Where and How to Harvest Your Own Real Christmas Tree in Idaho

If you’re looking to be more connected with your Christmas tree experience this year, consider cutting down a tree in one of the surrounding areas. You can harvest a tree from national forest lands with a special permit.

Click here to purchase your permit:

Purchase Your Permit

Important Info For Harvesting a Christmas Tree

  • Limit 3 trees per permit.
  • Trees can be harvested from November 19th 2022 - December 31st, 2021.
  • Only trees between 1 - 12 feet can be harvested.
  • When cutting your tree, make your cut below the lowest live limb, about 6 inches from the ground
  • Try to choose a tree from a densely forested area to help aid in the health of the surrounding area.
  • Secure your permit to your tree as soon as you have cut it down.

Where You Cannot Cut Down Trees

*As designated by the Forest Service

  • Within the Pioneer Fire Burn scar on the Lowman Ranger District - see map
  • Private, State, and BLM lands / Campgrounds / Summer home areas (Ten Mile and Warm Lake) / Plantations / Experimental Forests
  • Within 300 feet of all State Highways and within 300 feet of the following National Forest System (NFS) roads:
  • Warm Lake Highway (NFS road 22)
  • Banks - Lowman Highway (NFS road 24)
  • Middle Fork Boise River road (NFS road FH82, old road 268) from the High Bridge to the intersection with the Swanholm road (NFS road 327)
  • Swanholm Creek road (NFS road 327)
  • Swanholm Creek road (NFS road 327) from the mouth of Rabbit Creek and Deer Park
  • Grimes Creek Road (NFS road 364)
  • Non-Forest Service lands along NFS 307 between Idaho City and Centerville
  • Park 'n' Ski areas and ski trails and active logging areas
  • Within 300 fee either side of perennial streams and 150 feet either side of intermittent streams (dry streambed)
  • Any area posted with "No Christmas Tree Cutting" signs

For more tips, maps and advice on how to harvest your own Christmas tree, visit the website below,

Tree Permits

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