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Maple Knoll Arboretum

"I think that I shall never see a poem so lovely as a tree". -Joyce Kilmer

Maple Knoll Village is located on 54 wooded acres in Springdale, Ohio. Two hundred species of trees have been identified on the Maple Knoll Village green. This lovely park-like area encompasses gazebos, sculptures, winding walkways, and benches for your enjoyment.

The mission of The Arboretum at Maple Knoll Village is to connect visitors and residents, including those who have challenges with mobility, to the beauty and wonder of nature. It provides a place for contemplation, education, and inspiration.

The Arboretum at Maple Knoll Village is a cherished enhancement to the Maple Knoll campus and a treasure to our community.

Maple Knoll Village Arboretum
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Learn More About the Maple Knoll Arboretum

Following the lead of Maple Knoll Village management, an Arboretum Committee was formed when a group of residents saw the beauty of our 54-acre campus filled with many species of trees and lush greenery. 

Residents wanted to create an enhanced awareness of trees and plant life for everyone on our campus. After a lot of hardwork, the Maple Knoll Arboretum officially became a certified Level 1 Arboretum by ArbNet in 2020. 

To ensure that people can enjoy and utilize the benefits trees provide, the arboretum committees’ priorities are to protect existing trees, increase the selection and diversity of species, and improve planning, standards, and care for trees.

The Arboretum is located on the campus of Maple Knoll Village and is open to the public.