John H. McBride Arboretum

Highlighting a vast collection of flowering crab apple trees, the serene setting introduces visitors to a variety of ever-changing formal and ornamental plants and flower gardens throughout its 50 acres. A paved pathway leads visitors on a scenic stroll along the banks of William J. Parker Lake, which supports fish, wildlife, aquatic plants, and migrating birds, as well as the resident swans.

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