Pennsylvania Hiking, Nature April 28, 2018
The Secret Garden Hike In Pennsylvania Will Make You Feel Like You’re In A Fairytale
Meander along winding paths. Admire a row of turtles sunning themselves as lily pads float by on a tranquil pond. Then, sit back on a secluded bench to drink in the beauty surrounding you. Looking for something low-key and breathtaking to do on a lovely day? Embark on this secret garden hike in Pennsylvania that will make you feel as though you’re in a fairy tale.
Snuggled in Devon, Jenkins Arboretum and Gardens promises an enchanting experience for visitors of all ages.
Embark on the quaint 1.2-mile walking paths that wind through the gardens. Prefer to strike out on your own and see where the paths take you? You can do that.
Or, stop by the Education Center for a map of a self-guided tour.
Jenkins Arboretum features a spectacular array of flowers in several different gardens, including the Bog Garden and the Wildflower Garden.
Keep an eye out for local wildlife as you wander through the Woodland Garden and past the Rhododendron Collection.
Need a bit of a breather? Then, sit down on one of the chairs or benches strategically placed throughout the gardens.
To preserve the flowers, the plants, and the wildlife, remain on the marked walking path. Dogs, food, bikes, and motorized vehicles are
prohibited in the gardens.
Visit Jenkins Arboretum all year around. Or, stop by during one of the events — such as the seasonal plant sale — that are held throughout the year.
Explore Jenkins Arboretum and Gardens daily between 8 a.m. and sunset. The John J. Willaman Education Center also welcomes guests daily between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Jenkins Arboretum & Gardens
631 Berwyn Baptist Road
Devon, PA 19333
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