“O Christmas tree, o Christmas tree, your leaves are so unchanging.” Ah hunting for the perfect Christmas tree. I remember my family piling in the minivan, driving for what seemed like hours out to the Christmas tree farm and hopping on the hayride out to the fields to find our tree. So many memories were made hunting for that perfect pine, sipping hot cocoa, and watching in wonder as Dad tied the tree to the roof of the van. These traditions are some I want to carry on with my children. Thankfully, there are many Christmas tree farms in and around Wichita.
Opens November 24, 2017. Located near Pawnee and South Greenwich Road. 4 C features hot cocoa, hay rack rides, and customized wreaths for your holiday door.
Opens November 18, 2017. Located in Leon, KS. Cardinal Creek features a big red barn with Christmas ornaments, handmade gifts, and candy. Ice skating is also available for the entire holiday season! Santa is available every Saturday 2-4.
Opens November 24 2017. Located in St. John, KS. Delp is the longest running Christmas tree farm in the Kansas and features apple cider, hot peanuts, and tree delivery to your door!
Tree available November 24, 2017. Located two blocks north of Pawnee on Hillside. Hillside Nursery offers families everything to get them in the Christmas spirit including hot apple cider, popcorn, fresh garland and wreaths, and even a donkey!
Opens November 29, 2017. Located on South Oliver St in Derby, KS. Pine Lake features a visit from Santa (check website for date), complimentary hot cocoa, coffee, and cappuccino, two beautiful lakes, wild life spottings, and hayrack rides!
Opens November 24,, 2017. Located on North Tyler Road in Wichita, KS. Prairie Pines also features visits from Santa, holiday dinner theater, live music, train, and shop with holiday gifts and ornaments.
Opens November 29, 20. Located on 47th St in Derby, KS. Windy Knoll features visits from Santa (November 26th and December 4th), a Christmas train, advent wreaths, centerpieces, grave blankets, and homemade apple cider! Bring your saw and cut your own tree!