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Spring is here! The weather is warming up and the forest is beginning to green again!

Please remember to leave wildflowers and all other natural objects in the forest for others to enjoy.

No hunting or collecting is allowed at Hayes Arboretum.

Hayes Arboretum is a private property and classified forest. This means that you cannot collect or hunt mushrooms, flowers, plants, animals, and other natural objects from the property without permission of Hayes Arboretum staff.

Please follow these rules and stay on the trails.
Help us protect the forest for future generations. 

Thank you!

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Dogs are welcomed!

Please use leash and clean up after pets.

Hiking Trails

Hiking Trails

Come explore our sixteen miles of hiking trails, the heart and soul of the Arboretum.

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See the beautiful scenery of Hayes Arboretum from the comfort of your car on this two-mile driving tour. Admission is $5 per car and free for members.

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We host a variety of programs and events throughout the year for all ages, including public hikes, school field trips, and special celebrations.

Mountain Biking

Mountain Biking

Hayes Arboretum's Mountain Bike trails are located on the East Side of the property, on the corner of Woodside Dr. and Hayes Arb Rd. Before riding, you must sign a one-time safety waiver, and of course, wear a helmet!

Continuing the Tradition

Continuing the Tradition

The Arboretum has a history of over 100 years of environmental stewardship; Stanley Hayes bought his first parcels of land in 1915.

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Becoming a member is one of the best ways to support the Arboretum, and members receive a variety of benefits in return.

Read & Roam

Now-May 28th, Tues-Sat, 9-5PM

Start on the Yellow Trail behind the Nature Center.

EIB Meeting

Tuesday, May 17th, 6:30pm

Meet in the Nature Center.

ADTHC Hike at Hayes

Thursday, May 26th, 4pm

Meet in the Nature Center Parking Lot.