Thursday, September 10, 2015
The arboretum’s large bonsai collection is the top attraction with over 150 trees. Many are hundreds of years old. Other collections include azaleas, ferns, dogwood, herbs and perennials.
We visited the bonsai collection, the herb garden and the capitol columns. As designated on the map all of these are wheelchair accessible. None of the other gardens are designated as accessible so they may have gravel, dirt and grass paths.
Small RVs will fit in the bonsai parking lot if backed up over the grass. Visitors with larger RVs may find parking along the road near the picnic grounds. Walking on the road for a short distance may be necessary. Arboretum 38.91295, -76.97097 Map