Peninsula: – Tree farm, Olympic National Forest offer tree-cutting opportunities

The traditional start of the holiday season for many people begins when the family piles into the car in search of the perfect Christmas tree.

A symbol of the holiday season, Christmas trees stand decorated with ornaments in a window on display often from Thanksgiving to New Year’s Day.

Aside from retail stores, a local tree farm and the U.S. Forest Service provide a source for Christmas trees on the North Olympic Peninsula.

Olympic National Forest allows tree cutting in thousands of acres of woodlands across the Olympic Peninsula.

With 50 acres of trees, Lazy J Tree Farm, 225 Gehrke Road, Port Angeles, offers a variety of trees to choose from as well.

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