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The Pine Hollow Arboretum's mission is to preserve, manage and enhance native and introduced species of trees, shrubs and other plants in a natural and aesthetic environment. In alignment with our mission, Pine Hollow also provides hands-on environmental education opportunities and is a natural resource for health and wellness activities.
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About The Aboretum
About UsThe Arboretum’s horticultural collection highlights the diversity of the world’s forests over 22 acres of land featuring 11 ponds and a network of trails. Nestled in the historic hamlet of Slingerlands, just minutes from the City of Albany, The Pine Hollow Arboretum offers an unique setting to connect with nature, free of charge, 365 days a year.
Visit UsWhether you are looking to learn about trees from around the world, bird watch, take a hike or to simply find a quiet place to recharge after work, The Pine Hollow Arboretum is a wonderful place to visit.
How to Support UsPlease help us in our efforts to care for our horticultural collection, grounds and trails and provide environmental education opportunities for area students. The Pine Hollow Arboretum is a unique community asset that depends on your support.
A truly inspirational place with amazing spots for reflection, meditation and wonderful sights and sounds!
David VanLuven, Bethlehem Town Supervisor
The Pine Hollow Arboretum is a valuable resource not only for the Town of Bethlehem, but for the entire Capital District. It is an outdoor classroom for elementary through high school students, a research lab for university students, and a tree-filled haven for residents and visitors alike.
Jed Bierman, Teacher at Arbor Hill Elementary
The Pine Hollow Arboretum program has been a huge part of my classroom room curriculum for over 5 years. The hands on educational components in the classroom are stellar, along with the field trips that my students have been able to take have truly given them another outlook at the importance of what nature has to offer. They have come away with a greater understanding of the ecosystem and the vital part that it plays in the area where they live.
Dr. Tom Denham
THE secret treasure of Bethlehem!