As part of COVID-19 response planning, we’re doing our part to keep visitors safe and contribute as little as possible to the spread of disease. In line with PP&R closures, we have cancelled all in-person classes and programs for the month of April. We will keep you updated on any changes or closure extensions. 

    Our Visitor Center is closed as well, but our trails are still open to the public. We encourage visitors to practice the CDC’s trail user social distancing recommendations as outlined by the National Recreation and Park Association. 

    Be healthy, be safe, and we’ll see you soon!

  • A worldwide tour of trees from around the globe.

    12 miles of trail, 189 acres.
    Need to take a walk? We got you.

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Welcome to Hoyt Arboretum

A Living Museum

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, the Arboretum is a place of beauty and serenity no matter the season. Read More


Plan Your Next Visit

How to get here and what to do — Hoyt Arboretum offers plenty to see and do in all four seasons.


Events & Classes

Deepen your knowledge of trees and ecology by taking a class or joining a guided tour.


Get Involved Today

From trail maintenance to public education to community science, Hoyt Arboretum relies on the support of volunteers.


Support The Trees

Protect endangered species, connect kids with nature, and preserve the splendor of Portland’s museum of living trees by becoming a member.

See What's In Bloom

No matter the time of year, there’s always something to see

Explore Our Collection

Learn more about the world-class tree collections at Hoyt.

Connecting Kids with Nature

See youth programs at the Arboretum.

Education Opportunities for Adults

See upcoming classes and workshops.

Join a Volunteer Crew

Spruce up the Arboretum and meet fellow nature-lovers on a volunteer crew.
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