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The Acton Arboretum is situated on 65 acres of town conservation land in the heart of Town Center, Acton, Massachusetts. The Arboretum boasts a trail system through open meadows, beside woodland ponds, along a glacial esker, and through a bog. A handicapped accessible trail provides access to the herb garden, butterfly garden, hosta garden, daylily garden, rhododendron garden, lilac fragrance garden, and a pond wetland. The Wildflower Trail provides access to a wide range of woodland habitats. Parking is available at the Arboretum’s main entrance, off Taylor Road. Much of the area adjacent to the parking lot is handicapped-accessible, and is open, with stone-dust or paved paths, gardens, bridges, and picnic tables. Trails and paths crisscross the entire area.