I’ve been there several times and have posted images. But, there’s always something new to be found whether it’s wildlife or plants. We go there to walk and shoot, but there’s more going on. From their website, here is what they have and offer to the general public:
- “100 acres of beautiful gardens for active recreation or peaceful contemplation
- Documented plant collections for teaching and research
- Exhibits and demonstration plantings where visitors can learn about sustainable gardening for the Central Valley
Guided tours and family programs led by UC Davis experts
- Plant sales with great plants for Central Valley gardens
- Volunteer and internship opportunities”
The loop is 3.5 miles, and you’ll find people walking and riding bikes. Families enjoy the scenery, bring picnic lunches and you can find students studying during school. And, it changes with each season.
This trip, we caught the last of the Fall colors, a few birds and the crisp cool air. Take a look.