Christmas Tree Permits Go On Sale Tomorrow For Both Custer And Gallatin National Forests
Looking to take home a Christmas tree from the Gallatin National Forest? Christmas tree permits go on sale tomorrow. Details here:
Cutting down your own Christmas tree is a great way to spend time outdoors with loved ones and possibly start a new tradition. Christmas tree permits go on sale Tuesday, November 13 for both the Custer and Gallatin national forests, according to a news release from the U.S. Forest Service.
Permits will be available for purchase at all local ranger district offices including: Big Timber, Livingston, Gardinger, Bozeman and West Yellowstone for the Gallatin National Forest and Ashland, Red Lodge, Billings and Camp Crook, S.D., for the Custer National Forest. Permits are $5 each with a limit of three permits per family.
Permits can be bought at Forest Service offices Monday through Friday from 8 am to 4:30 pm. The Beartooth Ranger District will also sell tags on the four Saturdays immediately after Thanksgiving, starting with November 24 and continuing on December 1, December 8, and December 15 from 9 am to 1 pm.
For a tree in the Gallatin National Forest, permits are also available at the following local businesses:
- Ace Hardware in Livingston
- Owenhouse Ace Hardware at the downtown bicycle shop and West Main Street locations
- Murdoch Rand and Home Supply and Wholesale Sports in Bozeman
- Lee and Dad’s IGA and True Value in Belgrade
- Conoco in Big Sky
- Corner Conoco in West Yellowstone