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Turkey Creek Christmas Tree Farm

Family-Friendly Farm Open the Friday after Thanksgiving
Hours of operation are 
Friday: 10:00 am to 5:30 pm
Saturday: 10:00 am to 5:30 pm
Sunday: 1:00 pm to 5:30 pm

J​oin our family this year to continue your holiday tradition or start a new one! Roam the farm or take a hayride to find your perfect tree. Saws are available if you wish to cut your own local-grown tree or a farm hand can assist. You may also choose a fresh cut Fraser Fir from North Carolina. Enjoy a free cup of hot chocolate while the kids take a ride on our tractor drawn train. Bring your camera for photo ops.  If you love spending time outdoors partaking in activities that can suit your entire family, you’ll simply love all that Turkey Creek Christmas Tree Farm has to offer! 


Furry friends are part of the family and welcome to partake in your tree selection, however, ALL DOGS MUST BE LEASHED, NO EXCEPTIONS.  

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Tractor Train

This ride is a hit with children but can also carry an adult or two if younger children need support.  Rides are free upon request!

Fields of Trees

Our Choose & Cut Tree Varieties are Virginia Pine, White Pine, Leyland Cypress, Blue Ice, Carolina Sapphire and Eastern Red Cedar. We also offer Pre-Cut Fraser Fir from North Carolina.

Farmer Services

Tree drilling, shake and bale trees, tractor rides, train ride for the kids, fresh hand-made wreaths, hot chocolate, Fire Pit (weather permitted) & more!

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Turkey Creek is located in Edgefield County.  

For GPS directions our farm address is: 211 Wade Morgan Road, McCormick, SC 29835  

 From Edgefield, take Hwy 25 north to Hwy 283, turn left and follow signs. 

From Greenwood, take Hwy 25 S to Hwy 67 (Callison Hwy), turn right and follow the signs.

  From Augusta, take Hwy 28 north to Plum Branch, turn right on Hwy 283 and follow signs. 

  From McCormick, take highway 28 south to Plum Branch turn left on Hwy 283 and follow signs.

  From North Augusta, take Hwy 230 north (Martintowne Rd.) to Hwy 23 and follow signs.

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