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The arboretum has hilly and flat areas so you can take a leisurely stroll or get a little more of a workout. There are a variety of plants so there is something pretty to enjoy almost anytime of year. Plus, it’s free!
Although my husband and I only had about 30 minutes at the Arboretum, not nearly enough time to do it justice, we did manage to enjoy a lovely stroll around the pond. We got so many good ideas for plantings in our own yard, and...More
We didn't realize that this was part of JMU until we stumbled upon the football game getting let out. No worries, we stopped in, was small, pretty - we walked around a bit. Recommend for a few pretty pics and to see a few flowers,...More
What a hidden gem right off of I-81 and adjacent to JMU. The trails are lovely and the gardens are just spectacular. We visited in August so much of the foliage was already bloomed; but it was gorgeous anyway.
Small flower gardens, children's area, woods with paths. Two small parking areas. Definitely there the wrong time of the year. Very few flowers in bloom. Gnats in the wooded area were very prevalent. Have been to better.
One can find a trail for whatever experience you would love outdoors. No two visits are every the same, changing by the week. I am always finding new paths and of course the plants are seasonal. There are always special things like statues and benches,...More
While some of the areas have cement walkways, there are some that have earth or gravel paths, so I am not sure that everything is completely accessible. This located adjacent to James Madison University, so it's busy and... More
While some of the areas have cement walkways, there are some that have earth or gravel paths, so I am not sure that everything is completely accessible. This located adjacent to James Madison University, so it's busy and parking is scarce.