QR codes – (click for definition) are located on posts positioned on each of the trails. If you have a mobile device that can scan a QR code, you can download information about the park. You can use the Mobile App described below to access information at the park entrance. If you don’t have a compatible mobile device, you can read this information on our trails page prior to your visit or print it and take it with you.
Many thanks to students from Jacksonville University who provided some of the habitat descriptions and GPS information for the trails. Currently, there is no Wi-Fi service at the Arboretum. While the Arboretum is fun for the entire family, it is also a wonderful educational opportunity.
Mobile Device App
The Arboretum thanks Content Arc, a local mobile application development firm, for the design and development of the new Mobile App for the Arboretum.
Mobile App links visitors to trail information, individual trail maps where a visitor can view their location on the trail using GPS, sharing on Facebook and Twitter and main trail map can be viewed while you are walking through the Arboretum. Additional features are being added over the summer. Follow the trails, learn more about your surroundings and enhance your visit.
Visit Apple’s itunes store to download the mobile application by clicking here.