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Mount Pisgah Arboretum
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34901 Frank Parrish Rd Eugene, OR 97405
34901 Frank Parrish RoadUSOregonEugene97405
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Today 6AM–7PM
Monday 6AM–7PMTuesday 6AM–7PMWednesday 6AM–7PMThursday 6AM–7PMFriday 6AM–7PMSaturday 6AM–7PMSunday 6AM–7PM
A 209-acre living tree museum, riverside trails, quiet paths through evergreen forests, water garden teeming with life, bright wildflower meadows, and open views across oak savannas delight all ages.
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Living tree museum on 209 acres of riverside woods with trails & an annual mushroom festival.- Google
"Great hike on a rainy day; gravel path all the way to the top."
"River is nice for a swim on a hot day."
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joseph francis
a week ago
Great place for hiking and seeing nature also for family's,today was the first time going and it was nice
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Larry Irwin
3 months ago
Good times hiking this hill. Steeper and shorter than Spencer's Butte.
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Jennifer Shaline
10 months ago
All kinds of trails to pick from. Casual stroll next to the river, cool hike in the woods, or a challenging hike straight to the top.
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Jonathan Lidbeck
5 years ago
Relaxing place for a hike any day. Provided it's sunny. The mushroom fest is a big draw, but also don't miss the other fun community events, herb-identification hikes and star parties and such.
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Bruce Boyd
5 months ago
Great hike on a rainy day; gravel path all the way to the top. River is nice for a swim on a hot day.
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A Van Strata
9 months ago
My favorite walk and berry-patch there by the turtle and frog ponds was sprayed with toxic chemicals this spring during the rainy season--beware. Tried to get info about what was sprayed and was totally ignored by ALL agencies involved. Please call Friends of Buford, Arboretum, Nature Conservancy, Lane County Parks and BPA and tell them to stop this disgusting practice. Evidently they won't stop unless we all say NO.
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Alexandre Saveau
2 months ago
The Arboretum was closed when I went, but the mountain is beautiful.
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Salina Moore
2 years ago
Great hike.


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