Kent Park is a quaint park with a small playground that leads into the Webster Arboretum. Within the arboretum, one can find a variety of plants, beautiful gardens and a pond and stream. The pond and stream is home to many water species that children can observe and explore. 

Note: The hedge maze leading to the little free library has been removed.

1700 Schlegel Rd, Webster, NY 14580
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The Playground

This is a great playground with beauty abounding. The surface is rubber mulch rather than wooden and features two adaptive swings. There’s a lot of opportunity for climbing and many slides of various lengths. There are also benches situated nicely in the shade. Be sure to pack a lunch and take a stroll through the arboretum. Seasonal Restrooms are located near the parking lot closest the playground.

The Arboretum

The arboretum at Kent Park provides a truly beautiful stroll any time of the year and is free to enter. The Webster Public Library has graciously provided videos giving a glimpse of what you may expect from the Arboretum each month. Check them out! Some paths are paved, others are gravel but all are stroller friendly. Just note, it can get muddy when there has been a lot of rain. The arboretum building is not open to the public but can be rented out. Keep a close eye for butterflies and other wildlife here and be sure to visit in the spring when the lilacs, magnolias and many other flowering plants are in full bloom.

The Creek

A creek runs through the Webster Arboretum and in the center of the park you find where the pond runs into the creek, creating a miniature waterfall. The creek is shallow with some spots for easy access, so (carefully) check out some water life while at the arboretum!

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