Yakima Area Arboretum

Yakima, WA

Where are we going?

Yakima Area Arboretum
1401 Arboretum Dr
WA 98901

509 248 7337

What is there to do?

Yakima Area Arboretum is set in 46 acres of land and displays over 1000 botanical species in lush landscaped natural exhibits and wild areas.

The Carlson Butterfly Garden will be a particular deilght to children, if you're in luck, but there are a great many other pleasingly themed areas to pass through.

There are aklso 2 orienteering courses, details of which can be gained at the interpretive centre.

Full and half day nature camps are also available for groups starting at 5 years.

How much does it cost?

Adults: Donations welcomed.


Need a little extra help?

The Jewett Interpretive Center and its restrooms are wheelchair accessible. The majority of the Arboretum grounds are covered with turf grass and except for parts of the Japanese Garden, is relatively flat. There are also two mostly wheelchair accessible 5 foot wide pathways consisting of compact 5/8 minus gravel or top course. There is a golf cart available, first come basis.


When can we go?

Grounds open 7 days a week dawn until dusk. Interpretive Center and Gift Shop: 9am to 5pm Monday thr


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