Explore Lake Wilderness Arboretum’s Gardens

The public is invited to join Lake Wilderness Arboretum’s Garden Manager on a one-hour walk

  • Wednesday, March 15, 2017 1:36pm
  • News

The public is invited to join Lake Wilderness Arboretum’s Garden Manager Susan Goodell on a one-hour walk utilizing a newly completed trail that loops around the core of the arboretum’s display and woodland gardens on Thursday, March 16.

This easy walk will follow a wide path through some native forest on the 16 acres south of the Green to Cedar Rivers Trail as well as afford the opportunity to spot late winter blooms on plants and bulbs growing in cultivated areas.

Meet at Lake Wilderness Lodge’s (22500 SE 248 th St., Maple Valley 98038) Wilderness Room at 12:20 for a 12:30 departure.

For more information about Lake Wilderness Arboretum, please refer to our website www.LakeWildernessArboretum.org or contact us via email info@lakewildernessarboretum.org.

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