The Reeves-Reed Arboretum (13.5 acres (5.5 ha)) is a nonprofit arboretum and garden located at 165 Hobart Avenue in Summit, Union County, New Jersey, United States. It is the only arboretum in Union County. A popular wedding spot, the arboretum grounds are open daily from dawn till dusk, free of charge.Plan my Summit trip by asking Inspirock to come up with tips and suggestions.
Reeves-Reed Arboretum reviews
This was a pretty 13.5 acre Arboretum which turned out to be a really nice oasis to spend a few afternoon hours exploring and appreciating the beauty of nature. We came here specifically to view the..... more »
The day I visit was bright and sunny. The arboretum did not have many visitors so I felt I could stroll and observe at a slow pace. The place has such beauty to show off that my eyes were overwhelmed at times. My two and a half hour visit was just perfectly calming and extremely enjoyed.
If you love the smell of flowers as much as I do this is the place for you. So many varieties of flowers, and a great place just to go walk around because there's so much to see you're so smart
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