Richfield Pines - The Christmas Tree Farm

The place to go in Orange County for live, fresh, and fragrant Christmas trees!

5392 Richfield Rd.
Yorba Linda, CA 92886


Welcome to Richfield Pines, a choose and cut Christmas Tree farm. Since 1977, generations of families have made Richfield pines a part of their Christmas tradition. Come be a part of the tradition! Scroll down for video.

How It Works

We have 10 acres of live, fresh, fragrant Monterrey Pines. We invite you to park your car and take a nice walk through our little forest to find the perfect tree.

We have many excellent Christmas trees in all sizes. We are the only Southern California Christmas tree grower with trees in the 15ft to 20ft+ size range.

After you find "the one," we can cut the tree on the spot, or you can reserve your tree and cut it at a later date. Our team can also help tie the tree to your car. We have on site parking for our customers.

For more information, please see our Frequently Asked Questions page.



Trees are $8.50 per foot. We accept both cash and credit.

Other Services and Goodies

Help the Environment

This is a family owned and operated business. We take great pride in what we do. This tree farm is cleansing the air of CO2 and replacing it with Oxygen. Yes! This tree farm is actually taking in CO2 and producing Oxygen, just as nature intended. Are you worried about cutting down one of these wonderful CO2 cleansing trees? Don't worry! Every tree that is cut will be replaced with another Oxygen producing tree. Feel free to relax and breathe in deeply. Be sure to exhale to generate CO2 so the trees can produce Oxygen! The more CO2, the faster the trees will grow, just as nature intended.

All of this is made possible by the use of capitalism, without government intervention, grants, stimuli, incentives, or cap and trade. However, we do have to pay taxes, so your patronage will help us keep this tree farm operating.

Thanks for your participation in this free market capitalistic business venture.

About Photography

Customers are encouraged to capture memories of their quest to find the perfect tree, however, commercial photography and photo sessions are not allowed.