Reeves-Reed Arboretum is a 13.5-acre non-profit public garden located on the top of Union County. The Reeves Reed Botanical Garden is Union County’s only botanical garden, not only is it registered in National Historic Sites and National Historic Sites, but is also a member of National Historic Sites and the American Public Garden Association.
The arboretum is open to the public free of charge 365 days a year. Natural woods, open perspectives with foresight, such as Andrew Downing and Frederick Law Olmsted in the 19th century, and formal gardens representing the rural movement in the early 20th century.
The Arboretum hosts courses, workshops and camps on gardening, sustainability, environmental education, art, etc., as well as a quiet space for meditation. Programs include maple sugar rings, bird watching, gardening, cooking, narcissus festival and fall celebrations, wine tasting, art exhibits, gardening classes, summer camps, concerts and dance performances. As a rental place, it can be used for corporate events, private parties, special events, etc.
Calendar of events: https://www.reeves-reedarboretum.org/calendar/