Markham Tree Walk:

A Self-Guided Tour of Discovery

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The Markham Tree Walk will introduce you to forty-five different species of trees in the Markham Nature Park. Many of these trees are native to California. You will also see trees from other parts of the world that share the same Mediterranean climate as that in Concord, including a number from Australia, South Africa, and Europe. Many of these trees are drought tolerant and thrive in Northern California.

Although the Tree Walk covers relatively flat terrain, wear comfortable walking shoes. There is no formal path to follow, but the map gives the location and identity of each tree, as well as a brief description. The map is 11 x 17 inches and can be downloaded to your home computer to print out. Printed maps are available in the park at the far end of the parking lot.

The Tree Walk is especially lovely on a hot day—as hundreds of trees shelter you in dappled shade. So take your time and enjoy this jewel in our community.

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Park Hours
Open from dawn till dusk
365 days a year

Free Admission

Plenty of Free Parking

2.4 miles of trails

2016 Weekend Sales
From 9am till 1pm (except *)
March 12
April 9

April 30 & May 1 *10am-5pm

June 4

September 17

October 23 *10am-4pm

Plant Sales Every Tuesday
9am till Noon year round at the Nursery. Turn left on the gravel road just before the main entrance to the park.

Plant Sale Location
1202 La Vista Avenue
Concord, Ca 94521

International Garden
Learn which plants from around the globe will work in your garden.

Tree Walk
Take an hour stroll and learn
about more than 35 trees.

Park Rental
Rental information for the
Bud Hansen Wisteria Arbor
is available from the City of Concord at 925-671-3466
and at their Website.

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