We are kicking off a year-long celebration in recognition of the Park's 100th Anniversary! Please visit us at 523 Route 169 in Woodstock.
The Palmer Arboretum is a Woodstock Treasure. Click HERE to learn more!
Looking for some fun and adventure? Try Letterboxing at the Arboretum. Click HERE to get started!
The Arboretum is a beautiful little park, located behind Palmer Memorial Hall (The old Woodstock Town Hall that was deeded to the Woodstock Historical Society) on Woodstock Hill. The Arboretum includes cypresses, flowering azaleas, an Arnold Palmer Witch Hazel, a Paper Bark Maple, a Royal Star Magnolia, a Fothergillas Major, a Burkwood Viburnum, Mountain Laurel, Dwarf Fothergillas, and Paxistema.
The Committee's goal is to maintain and improve this beautiful little park. We encourage our residents to visit our Arboretum.
The full Arboretum Committee meets periodically, usually on the fourth Tuesday of the month at times noted on the Town Calendar. See the Town Government Calendar on the Home page for upcoming meetings. Special Subcommittee meetings are scheduled as needed. Agendas and minutes are available at the Town Hall and on this website. Meetings are open to the public.
If you are interested in getting involved, please contact the Arboretum Committee Chair.
- William Brower, Chair
- Judith Gries
- Chad Hart
- Andrea Krofina
- Philippa Paquette
- Danielle Payne
- Jean Rocheleau
- Iride Pearce, Alternate
- Marilyn Pomeroy, Alternate
- Send regular mail to: Arboretum Committee, Woodstock Town Hall, 415 Route 169, Woodstock, CT 06281-3039
- Email: click HERE
- Phone: (860) 928-0208 x310
You can also call the Board of Selectmen's Office at (860) 928-0208 x310 or email (click HERE) for information on how to contact the Arboretum Committee directly.