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This beautiful 189-acre facility is a special place for visitors to escape among trees, shrubs, specialty gardens, mature forests, and prairies. The arboretum hosts year-round educational programs that teach children and adults about sustainable...more
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This is a great place to unwind and enjoy nature. The ponds and surrounding landscape are kept meticulously and there are always geese and turtles to observe. There are many photo ops so plan to take lots of pictures. They provide plenty of benches to...More
Can't say enough about this place. Beautiful dosent begin to describe it. You feel like you should be taking a picture every 15 seconds or so. Lots of people here on a late Thursday afternoon in mid October. Great to see families enjoying the out...More
Great park to go spend a beautiful day hiking ,picnicking, and enjoying nature! Ponds, bridge, flowers , butterfly house, all sorts of trails and beautiful landscape. Observation tower is awesome viewing at top!
I love Cox Arboretum!!! There is so much to do. You can go on hike,feed the fish or just sit and enjoy the scenery. This is a great place to take pictures. I’ve been to a wedding here and it was beautiful.
As you may have gathered from other reviews, The Fetching Mrs. Rat and I are big fans of Ohio's Metro Parks. Overall we believe that Cbus has the best in the state. Cox Arboretum in Dayton gives any of Cbus' parks a run for their...More
All age friendly—very beautiful and informative—- the Monet Bridge and Graden amazing— area in front for picnic — can get guided tour however trails well marked and easy to follow—bird blind is cool you also see lots of fish, frogs, etc there. This is a...More
Lots of walking paths, with turtle-filled ponds, trees identified by hanging tags, and plants blooming, yet to bloom, and past their early spring stage. A multitude of volunteers keep the park beautifully pruned and mown. The butterfly house is a testimony to hope - I...More
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Absolutely! This park has a broad variety of photographic opportunities. My husband did graduation photos of our granddaughter there. We frequent the park with our cameras every season of the year. Whether you like... More
Absolutely! This park has a broad variety of photographic opportunities. My husband did graduation photos of our granddaughter there. We frequent the park with our cameras every season of the year. Whether you like backgrounds with woods or water, flowers or snow; there are plenty of choices!