Cherry Hill

Offering plenty of benches and shade, it is a popular spot to picnic, relax, and take in the views of rowboats and nearby Bow Bridge.

Named for the cherry trees that bloom across the landscape each spring, Cherry Hill is a quiet, gentle slope overlooking the Lake. In spring, visitors flock to Cherry Hill to enjoy the dramatic pink and white blooms of the cherry trees, the blooming forsythia, and azaleas, cared for by the Conservancy’s team of arborists. Enclosed in a looped path is Cherry Hill Fountain, featuring elegant glass lights perched on top of the fountain’s stem. At the western edge of the landscape, you’ll find Wagner Cove, an intimate spot off the water that features one of the Lake’s five boat landings.