Moss-Wright Park Arboretum
The Moss-Wright Arboretum is a level two certified arboretum developed in 2019 by the Goodlettsville Tree Committee (previously a sub committee of the Parks and Recreation Board) working in conjunction with the City of Goodlettsville. Sixty-four (64) trees make up the arboretum which was certified on June 10, 2020 by the Tennessee Urban Forestry Council (TUFC).
The arboretum is located in Moss-Wright Park, a 147-acre park located on Caldwell Drive in Goodlettsville, TN. The park is known for its historic significance in the development of Middle Tennessee. Boasting both Mansker’s Station Fort and the Bowen-Campbell House, the park also includes as one of its many amenities a 2.2-mile paved walking trail. The arboretum is located along the trail thus providing an accessible arboretum experience. Offering both developing and mature trees, this arboretum provides a great introduction to a variety of trees native to Middle Tennessee.
The Arboretum is maintained by the Parks Department and monitored by the Goodlettsville Tree Board. See a damaged limb in a tree within the arboretum? Notice a broken QR Code on a tree within the arboretum? Click here to report an issue, and our maintenance team will work to remedy the problem.
Click here to download the brochure and map for the Moss-Wright Arboretum.