Christmas Tree Permits
Cutting Christmas trees is one of many benefits and uses of our National Forests. Create new holiday traditions and bring a story by harvesting a tree from the Umpqua National Forest.
Where Can I Obtain a Christmas Tree Permit?
Permits can be purchased online at Recreation.gov, as well as through local vendors. Permits cost $5 per tree, and families can obtain permits for up to five trees. Fourth-grade students with Every Kid Outdoors passes can obtain one free Christmas tree with their pass. More information about Christmas tree permits can be found at Recreation.gov.
Christmas Tree Harvest Maps
Make sure to carry your printed map while cutting and hauling your Christmas tree.
- Cottage Grove Ranger District
- Diamond Lake Ranger District
- North Umpqua Ranger District
- Tiller Ranger District
Be aware that some areas may be closed due to recent wildfires. Visit our Alerts & Notices page to view closure maps and associated Forest Orders.