This wild and flawless park extending from Madison Valley up to Union Bay offers a wide assortment of nurseries, a wetlands nature trail, and 200 sections of land of developing woodland strung byways. In excess of 5500 plant species develop inside the arboretum’s limits. In the spring Azalea Way, a wandering path that breezes through the arboretum is fixed with a jubilant cluster of pink-and orange-bloomed azaleas and rhododendrons.
Trail advisers for the plant assortments are accessible at the Graham Visitor Center. Cable car visits ($20 per individual) are offered April through October, typically on Saturdays. Check online for the full timetable and to reserve a spot.