The Treasured Trees Of Fort Tryon Park Improving Public Health For Over 86 Years

Fort Tryon Park boasts hundreds of trees throughout its 67-acres.

Many are over a century old and were transplanted from estates that predate the park.

These trees not only enhance the Scenic Landmark character of our park with their architectural formations, but they also improve the environment by reducing the heat island, providing needed shade, serving as a habitat for birds and beasts, and cleaning the air.

Learn more about these treasured assets!

View our “Two Minutes for Trees” videos HERE and mark your calendars for these upcoming programs:

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January 15, 2022, Winter Tree Walk with naturalist Mike Feller

February 6, 2022, Tree Workshop with author Leslie Day

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