When you arrive at Gabis Arboretum, you will enter a very delicate ecosystem. Gabis Arboretum exists to protect trees, plants and animals.
You can help protect this delicate ecosystem by following these simple steps:
- Stay on trails. Foot traffic only. Bicycles should remain in the parking lot area. Sport activities like ball playing, Frisbee, kite flying or skateboarding are not allowed.
- Do not climb trees, sculptures or structures.
- Wading and fishing are not permitted in the ponds, wetlands or swamps.
- Do not feed the animals.
- Collecting plants or capturing animals and insects is prohibited.
- Properly dispose of trash in waste and recycle containers.
- Smoking is prohibited.
- All dogs must remain on leashes. Only service dogs are permitted in the Visitors Center Depot and Railway Garden. For non-service dogs, there is a shaded hitch post to the left of the Visitors Center Depot entrance.
Picnicking is highly encouraged! Bring your own or stop by the Gabis Arboretum Store.
No grilling/cooking allowed.
Personal use photography with tripods is allowed provided walkways are not blocked, flower beds and other areas are not disturbed. Professional/Commercial photography require a permit and should be requested prior to visit.
Following these simple steps keeps Gabis Arboretum a safe and healthy home for future generations!