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K.W. H wrote a review Nov 2020
Belem, PA12 contributions3 helpful votes
We were looking for a good nature walk close to the city. We found it at Cox! Three well-marked trails to choose from, and a nice relaxing walk. A wonderful time to observe some of God's creation inside the city!
Date of experience: November 2020
Lead2829 wrote a review Aug 2020
North Lawrence, Ohio209 contributions204 helpful votes
Wonderful park with lots to see and do. The kids loved the turtles and the kiddy maze. The plants are beautiful. If there was more rain, it would be even more beautiful. The tower is closed because of the COVID, but that would be a neat thing to see especially at that height.
Date of experience: August 2020
Ken D wrote a review Feb 2020
Beavercreek, Ohio115 contributions53 helpful votes
Cox Arboretum is part of the Dayton 5 Rivers Metro Parks. This park is a well-crafted setting with a Visitors and Learning Center with many different gardens throughout, several hiking paths, a Tree Tower and Butterfly House. The view from the tree tower is spectacular. This is a gem in the Gem City. Quit passing it by and check it out. Many fun things for the kids to do.…
Date of experience: September 2019
Carol J wrote a review Oct 2019
Tucson, Arizona1,160 contributions63 helpful votes
This is a beautiful gardens and perfect for someone in a wheelchair. There is a well-marked brick path to follow plus dirt paths to explore for more walking. We thoroughly enjoyed our time at this gardens!
Date of experience: October 2019
Jackie N wrote a review Aug 2019
27 contributions4 helpful votes
The Arboretum is open year round. Plants and flowers, turtles, koi and frogs abound, while birds find the openness and many tree species attractive for eating, nesting and roosting. Paths are well maintained and with care can be used by those in wheelchairs. People of all ages wander the large area, shade is easily obtained, water gurgles into ponds. If you are fortunate the butterfly house may be busy!…
Date of experience: July 2019