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Azalea Path Arboretum & Botanical Gardens

This arboretum and botanical garden offers over 50 acres and more than 300 varieties of azaleas, a wide variety of plant species and trees, as well as water features and unique wood carvings in a beautifully landscaped setting. Open seasonally.

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Don’t wait to enjoy colorful azaleas!

The garden is in bloom for only a few short weeks each spring. Nestled along the back roads of Gibson County and boasting over 3,000 azaleas, the Azalea Path Arboretum and Botanical Gardens is stunningly beautiful and a must-see in Southern Indiana. This colorful garden is one of the largest collections of azaleas in the Midwest, featuring a large variety of unusual plants and native Indiana trees, two spring-fed lakes, a mystical waterfall, Koi pond and several unique sculptures which complement the beautifully landscaped trails that wind throughout the grounds.

Peak blooming season for the azaleas is late April through early May, making this a special must-see springtime attraction. What began in 1979 with 15 acres and only a few azaleas, has now flourished into the striking botanical gardens that it is today. Come walk the trails and fall in love with the stunning colors and picturesque scenery.

Open daily 8am-7pm Central Time, April 1-June 1.
$5 a person ages 5 and up.

Azalea Path Arboretum and Botanical Gardens’ address is 1502 N County Road 825 West in Hazleton, Indiana. GPD has difficulty finding us. Before you come, please refer to these driving directions.

Gibson County observes Central Time but a few neighboring Indiana counties to our east observe Eastern Time. We are always one hour earlier than Eastern Time!