Central Park is home to approximately 18,000 trees. If you love them as much as we do, Donate now.
Filter the Central Park tree guide by type, attribute, and location – or take a Tree Walk today!
Our Tree Discovery Walks will help you enjoy the diversity of trees within the Park’s 843-acres. Wander at your own pace along six scenic routes that include some of the Park's most celebrated destinations, including Strawberry Fields, Bethesda Fountain, Conservatory Water, the Great Lawn, The Pool and Conservatory Garden.
Each walk features scores of trees, each marked with identification plaques on the trunk or on a nearby sign in the ground. Trees aren’t just for experts, but we want to give you an expert’s view of the Park: A rich landscape where every tree and shrub has a unique name and identity.
Featured Tree Walk
Fall Foliage Tree Map
running throughout Central ParkDownload
Great Lawn Walk
running east-to-west between 79th and 81st StreetsDownload
running east-to-west at 72nd StreetDownload
59th Street Walk
running along Central Park South from West 59th to East 60th StreetsDownload
East Meadow Walk
running north-to-south from East 97th to 106th StreetsDownload
Upper West Side Walk
running north-to-south from West 106th to West 97th StreetsDownload
Photos courtesy of:
Edward Sibley Barnard and Neil Calvanese, Central Park Trees and Landscapes.
Available for purchase in the Central Park shop.
Kate Glicksberg, http://www.interstatial.com
Virginia Tech. "Virginia Tech Dendrology Tools," http://dendro.cnre.vt.edu/dendrology/factsheets.cfm