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There's more to the University of Michigan than football. Visit the campus of the state's oldest university, to see the wonderfully lush 123-acre Nichols Arboretum. "The Arb," established in 1907 by O. C. Simonds, is located on Central Campus, along the Huron River.
The Arboretum features many collections, including the Peony Garden, Gateway Garden, the Centennial Shrub Collection, Heathdale, the Wetlands and the Dow Prairie. Enter the Arboretum via one of its three entrances, to begin your exploration of this beautiful area.
The Uplands features an oak-hickory forest with trees up to 135 years old. Enjoy strolling along the natural trails and pathways and be sure to visit the James D. Reader Jr. Urban Environmental Education Center. Many students enjoy studying, picnicking and playing frisbee on the Arboretum grounds. While in the Detroit area, be sure to include a visit to this wonderful part of campus.
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