Events & Classes: Walks

  • Woodland Wildflowers

    Sunday, April 27 • 1 pm – 2:30 pm

    As spring progresses, more flowers emerge. We will look for windflower, troutlily, rue-anemone and Virginia bluebells along the trails of our restored woodlands.

  • Spring Wildflowers on the Grady Tract

    Sunday, May 4 • 1 pm – 2:30 pm

    Naturalist-led hike to look for wildflowers in the oak openings and prairies of the Grady Tract. Meet at the Grady Tract parking lot, southeast corner of Seminole Hwy and the West Beltline.

  • Mother’s Day Walk: Spring Sampler

    Sunday, May 11 • 1 pm – 2 pm

    Naturalist-led hike exploring the Arboretum’s woodlands, wetlands and prairie. Bring Mom to see the wildflowers!

  • Family Walk: Spring Is Here

    Sunday, May 11 • 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

    Naturalist-led hike tailored to families with young children. We’ll explore the prairies, woodlands or wetlands near the Visitor Center.

  • Springtime on the Grady Tract

    Sunday, May 18 • 1 pm – 3 pm

    Naturalist-led hike to look for wildflowers on the former Grady and Henderson land. Meet at the Grady Tract parking lot, southeast corner of Seminole Hwy and the West Beltline.

  • West Curtis Prairie and Noe Woods

    Sunday, May 25 • 1 pm – 3 pm

    The western portion of the Curtis Prairie is the site of the first-ever prairie restoration, conducted by the Civilian Conservation Corps 80 years ago. Noe Woods has been studied since the 1930s to document changes in woodlands.