Directions to White Pine Acres Christmas Tree Farm
Directions to the Christmas Tree Farm:
3630 Copper Ridge Road
Knoxville, TN 37931
As you get close to the farm you will see signs.
Cedar Bluff Area - total of seven (7) miles.
Travel North on Cedar Bluff Road to Middlebrook Pike. Take a left at the traffic light and travel approximately three (3) miles to the third traffic light. Turn right onto 131N then turn right again after passing through the the one lane tunnel. Continue straight through the Karns stop light to Emory Road. Turn right onto Emory then take the first left. White pine Acres is the first drive on the right. Signs will also guide you from the Karns light.
Clinton Highway - total of five (5) miles.
On Clinton Hwy. traveling North go to traffic light then turn left onto State Hwy. 131S (Emory Road West). Travel approximately 4.3 miles on Emory then turn right onto Copper Ridge Road. Farm is First Drive on the right.
Farragut - Approximately six (6) miles
Travel Lovell Road (131N) to Middlebrook Pike. Turn left at traffic light and follow 131N to traffic light. Turn right and follow 131N through the traffic light at Karns to Emory Road. Turn right on Emory then take the first left (Copper Ridge Road). Tree farm is the first drive on the right.
Knoxville - About ten (10) miles
Follow Western Ave./Oak Ridge Hwy. State Rd. 62W. approximately 9 miles to 131N at Karns traffic light. Turn right and proceed to Emory Road (stop sign). Turn right on Emory then turn at the first left (Copper Ridge Road). Tree farm is the first drive on the right. Signs will guide you from the Karns Light.
Oak Ridge - Total eleven (11) miles
Travel Pellissippi Parkway, take left 'Y' onto Oak Ridge Hwy. (State 62E) At second traffic light (in Karns). Turn left onto 131N and proceed to Emory Road (stop sign). Turn right then take the first left (Copper Ridge Road). The tree farm is the first drive on the right. Signs will guide you from the Karns light.
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Andrew, Paul, and the grand kids blowing out a tree for one of our customers
We have decided to close to the public and photographers for the 2020 season. We hope to see you all in 2021!
Stay safe and have a Merry Christmas!