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Cut Your Own Christmas Tree

A Holiday Tradition

 

December 1, 2021

Cut Your Own Christmas Tree

With some restrictions, you are allowed to go out in the following forests, find your perfect Christmas tree and cut down with your own hands. The outing is often a great family and friends event. It's a great time to enjoy the cooler weather, get outdoors, and celebrate the season.

Christmas tree permits are available over the counter at many Forest Service offices. Supplies are limited. Since not all offices offer Christmas tree permits, and some offices may be sold out, call ahead for more details and to be sure the local office responsible for the area in which you are interested offers permits, and still has them available. Please contact the forest where you intend to cut for availability and details.

Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests

• Christmas tree permits go on sale Oct. 14.

• Cutting dates are Oct. 14-Dec. 31.

• A permit costs $15.

• One tree per customer.

• Tree height: 15 feet maximum.

Coconino National Forest

• Permits go on sale Nov. 9.

• Customers choose between the Flagstaff and Mogollon ranger districts.

• Cutting dates are Nov. 16-Dec. 31.

• A permit costs $15.

• One tree per customer.

• Tree height: 10 feet maximum.

Kaibab National Forest

• Permits go on sale Oct. 14.

• Customers choose among the Williams, Tusayan and North Kaibab ranger districts.

• Cutting dates are Nov. 9- Dec. 31.

• A permit costs $15 per tree.

• Each customer is allowed five trees.

• Tree height: 10 feet maximum.

Prescott National Forest

• Permits go on sale Oct. 14.

• Cutting dates are Nov. 1-Dec. 31.

• A permit costs $20.

• One tree per customer.

• Tree height: 10 feet maximum.

Tonto National Forest

• Permits go on sale Nov. 9.

• Cutting dates are Nov. 20-Dec. 31.

• A permit costs $15.

• One tree per customer.

• Tree height: 10 feet maximum.

 

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