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I was there several years ago with my husband. We walked the trails (there's several) looked at the beautiful trees, plants, bushes, flowers etc. Absolutely beautiful, you'd never expect it from where it is.
Calming, peaceful and serene, that you'll forget your other surroundings and...More
Person who runs this place is a snob, so different from former person. Have held event here in past for years but now this person wants to change everything, gives great lip service but it means nothing.
Enjoy numerous. secluded trails with trees identified along the way. The 1st trail(s) to your left has an upper and lower route that both wind up at series of Oriental trees down in a low area with a stream.
Wonderful place to take a walk through nature and admire many different plants and learn about them at the same time. The trails are easy strolls and well marked. You can spend a few minutes or several hours. Beautiful during every season. You may even...More
This is a 250 acre research and education facility that has over 2,500 native and exotic woody plant specimens. I've hiked almost all the trails here & taken hundreds of pictures. It's not a huge park, but it's perfect for a quiet walk in the...More
This is a wonderful place that many people drive right by without seeing. The plants are beautiful and most are well-labelled. The trails are also very nice though steep in parts. Our favorite time to visit is in the spring when the magnolias are in...More
The University of Tennessee Arboretum has an absolutely fabulous collection of specimen trees, in addition to being a pretty place for a walk in the woods. They do organized hikes throughout the year, in addition to at least one really nice plant sale. It is...More
The arboretum is a nice place to walk and enjoy nature. There are 7 miles of hiking trails at varying degrees of difficulty. There are 3 constructed wetlands where frogs, turtles, dragonflies and other animals can be seen. The holly collection is great, especially in...More