Bridger-Teton National Forest Has Christmas Tree Permits Available

Bridger-Teton National Forest Has Christmas Tree Permits Available

Christmas tree permits are now available for purchase at district offices and online through through December 31. Details about where to cut and height restrictions may be found at by searching “Bridger-Teton National Forest.”

“Harvesting the family tree off the Bridger-Teton is the perfect way to kick off the holiday season,” Forest Supervisor Chad Hudson said. “Just don’t forget extra layers and hot chocolate.”

To purchase a Christmas Tree permit online, visit and search for Bridger-Teton National Forest Christmas Tree Permits. It is important to carefully read the overview and need-to-know information prior to purchasing the permit. Visitors will need to set up or login to a account to complete the transaction. Each tree requires residents to pay fees. Users can purchase up to five trees per account. The permit must be printed and placed in the windshield of your vehicle as you remove your tree(s) from the Forest.

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Many forest roads are subject to seasonal closures. Free Motor Vehicle Use maps may be available at each District Office, online or by downloading the Avenza App.

Additionally, all fourth graders throughout the United States receive a free Christmas tree permit, as part of the Every Kid Outdoors Program. If utilizing the online system at, enter the voucher or pass number when prompted. Call your local Forest Service office for more information on the Every Kid Outdoors Program.