August is a great time to enjoy the outdoor walk through the Arboritum. Beautiful sceneries, and walkways.
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First, we didn't know how to get in. We got lost getting into the entrance. We then realized we had to go through the round-a-bout. Then we had to ask where do we pay to get in from a random person in the parking lot....More
Just a beautiful area to visit. There are trails within the arboretum to walk/bike/run, as well as some small parking areas. There is a large lake in the arboretum and several other marsh like areas on the grounds. There are thousands of trees of different...More
Visited and biked through many times, always beautiful. Looks like something out of an impressionistic painting.
We paid $6 for parking, put the ticket in our window. Three weeks later, received a $25 parking ticket from the city stating we didn't pay. After one week the ticket was thrown out, so could not prove we had paid. There is a slot...More
A great walking tour. Wish I would have had more time to just enjoy the scenery. Thank you for the engaging opportunity. And it's free!
A stroll through the gardens can be inspiring during spring, summer, or fall. The rose beds are blooming with Canadian explorer roses and hardy specimens in July! We admire the hardy hibiscus in August, as well as the various shades of pink and red peonies...More
The gardens were nice, although most plants were not labelled, which is a nice touch at other arboretums. We were disappointed with the farm/agricultural museum. Being farmers, we assumed the farm part would be directed to the non-farming public, which it was. However, there were...More
You don't have to like trees to enjoy a walk through the arboretum! We had a great walk in this city oasis and saw lots of birds and other wildlife. The park is well set up with walk and cycle ways throughout and if you're...More