Ten trees selected as Heritage Trees can be viewed and enjoyed on a short walking trail.
A Heritage Tree can be any tree that has special qualities. Similar to historic buildings, Heritage Trees provide a link to our past and they directly connect the community with nature. Heritage trees can be selected because they are uniquely old, large, unusually shaped, associated with a particular history or commemorative event, or are distinguished for other reasons such as thriving in an unusual locale. Ten trees selected as Heritage Trees can be viewed and enjoyed on a short walking trail that starts at the Mississippi River shore at Ohuta Park, continues past the Lake City Library, and ends in Patton Park.
View the full Lake City Heritage Tree brochure/map here.