The Cofrin Memorial Arboretum 290 acres (120 hectares) surrounds the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay campus in Green Bay, Wisconsin, United States. Its six miles (10 km) of trails are open to the public.
Today's Arboretum began in 1971, when a long-range campus plan was drawn up, recommending the creation of a park-like arboretum and trail system. In 1975, a major contribution in honor of John and Austin Cofrin enabled development of the trails, additional property, and improvements in the botanical plantings. At present the Arboretum contains the following areas:
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