Farm Family Friday: Let’s take a trip to Mississippi’s Worthey Christmas Tree Farm!

We head to Worthey Christmas Tree Farm in Mississippi, where the crisp air and festive spirit of the holiday season blend seamlessly with the charm of a local Christmas tree farm.

As the cool, crisp air signals the arrival of the holiday season, tree farms all over the nation are busy. That inculding Worthey Christmas Tree Farm, located in Monroe County, just a few miles outside of Amory, Mississippi.

Co-owner Lowell Worthey shares the farm’s story, tracing its roots back to its inception in 2011. That is when his family took over the farm from friends who originally opened it. Now, more than a decade later, Worthey Christmas Tree Farm has grown quite a legacy, becoming a prominent name in the local agritourism scene.

The farm has a variety of trees with Leland Cypress and Murray Cypress being the two most common. From tagging a tree in the field to the convenient pickup and delivery service, Worthey Christmas Tree Farm makes the experience easy and enjoyable for families.

And while waiting for their chosen tree, visitors can engage in a range of family-friendly activities, including play areas for children, swings for parents, and even a chance to interact with farm animals. The farm creates a welcoming atmosphere, ensuring that the entire family has a memorable time.

The farm isn’t just a winter destination, prior to the Christmas season, the farm hosts a corn maze and pumpkin patch, adding to the festivities. The farm’s gift shop and event area provide additional reasons for families to visit throughout the year.

Worthey Christmas Tree Farm is open Monday through Saturday. You can find them on Facebook, CLICK HERE.

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