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Berry’s Christmas Tree Farm: A Covington Tradition

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Berry’s Christmas Tree farm has been a family-run institution to Covington’s holiday fun since they began selling Christmas trees in 1971. The farm was originally founded in 1884 and has been continuously operating ever since. But, when the Berry’s decided to covert the farm to grow only the best Christmas trees available, history was made!

Now, the farm is home to seven varieties of pine, including the first Christmas trees the Berry’s planted, the Virginia Pine. Families and friends are always welcome to stop by and cut down their trees. That’s right! It’s an old fashioned, saw your own tree lot. 

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You and your family can experience the tradition of sawing down your own Tannenbaum. In fact, you can spend the whole day at Berry Christmas Tree farm. 

They have train rides and a petting zoo, that’s home to a very friendly camel and a Doritos loving goat named Luke. Join in for hay rides, train rides, s’mores around the fire pit, and pictures with Santa!

Hurry down to Berry’s Christmas Tree farm and pick up your family’s Christmas tree today! Be sure to join the Berry’s on December 11th, too! They’re hosting their 6th Annual Antique Car Show down on the farm. This family friendly event helps to support the Covington Relay for Life, a vital events that raises funds for cancer research. Bring your family and indulge in one of Covington’s favorite Christmas traditions. 

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