Mount Pisgah Arboretum

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34901 Frank Parrish Rd., Eugene, OR 97405 34901 Frank Parrish Rd., Eugene Directions
+15417473817
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Switch up your normal routine and head to Eugene's Mount Pisgah Arboretum, OR and experience something new. Spice up your weekend, give this place a call today.

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Report | 2 years ago
Best local hiking in the area!A lot of the trails are good even during the rainy season.
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Great Deal!
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This place is a gem! Wonderful hikes, events, educational opportunities.
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Report | 3 years ago
I love that the membership came with the parking pass. That may be the main reason I hesitated to go more often, I do not always have $3 in cash for the day pass, and the machine does not always take the bills I have.
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Report | 3 years ago
I have been a teacher for over 36 years and taken many groups of 2nd graders on wonderful field trips to Mt. Pisgah! I have always appreciated the volunteer guides who have led these groups. Our children have hiked the trails and now, I am bringing my grandchildren. My grandson loved the 3 hour hike we took under the trees and to the pond where the bull frogs were. As a bull frog jumped into the pond it let out a scream which surprised us both! Ha! Ha! We finished up our time dipping our feet in the Willamette River. Aahhh... I would highly recommend this experience to anyone, especially those with kids! I would highly r
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Nestled between the Willamette River and its namesake mountains, Mount Pisgah Arboretum houses 209 acres rich with plant life. Ferns, mosses, and wildflowers abound in the arboretum's forests, gardens, and meadows, which visitors can explore along more than 7 miles of trails. In fact, the nonprofit's plant list tallies a whopping 67 families, 231 genera, and 339 species. Nearly 90 of the latter line the arboretum's entrance garden alone, including almost 60 types of Rhododendron.

Besides plants, Mount Pisgah Arboretum hosts diverse wildlife ranging from endangered western pond turtles to songbirds. Native amphibians and reptiles, meanwhile, live in the Visitor Center amongst a working beehive and microscopes for inspecting bugs or your thumb on accident. Elsewhere, guests can feast in the wooded picnic area or exchange vows at the Great Meadow's wedding ceremony sites. Throughout the year, the arboretum hosts plenty of other events and programs, including an annual mushroom festival and myriad nature walks.

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