Hoyt Arboretum’s Visitor Center is temporarily closed due to COVID-19. Hoyt Arboretum’s trails are open. A temporary visitor services kiosk is located in the Visitor Center courtyard and is open Thursdays through Sundays (10am to 3pm; hours may vary).
Please review the updates below before your next visit:
Founded in 1928 to conserve endangered species and educate the community, Hoyt Arboretum encompasses 190 ridge-top acres and 12 miles of hiking trails just minutes from downtown Portland. Home to 2,300 species of trees and shrubs from six continents, Hoyt Arboretum is a place of beauty and serenity no matter the season. Read More
How to get here and what to do — Hoyt Arboretum offers plenty to see and do in all four seasons.
Deepen your knowledge of trees and ecology by taking a class or joining a guided tour.
From trail maintenance to public education to community science, Hoyt Arboretum relies on the support of volunteers.
Protect endangered species, connect youth with nature, and preserve the splendor of Portland’s living museum of trees by becoming a member.
Learn more about the world-class tree collections at Hoyt.
See youth programs at the Arboretum.
See upcoming classes and activities.
Spruce up the Arboretum and meet fellow nature-lovers on a volunteer crew.