East End: Cut your own Christmas tree

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The East End is known for its farms, and that includes plenty of places where you can cut your own Christmas tree!

Zuhoski Farms on Oregon Road in Cutchogue is a family-run farm that grows thousands of trees. While picking out your tree, you can take a tractor ride and make happy holiday memories.

Over at the Shamrock Christmas Tree Farm on Main Road in Mattituck, the train ride around the farm is one of the big draws for families from around the Island.

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