Davis Campus of the University of California, Davis

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The University of California, Davis Arboretum is an approximately 100acre arboretum along the banks of the old north channel of Putah Creek on the south side of the University of California, Davis campus in Davis, California, in the United States.The arboretum was founded in 1936. It is free to visit and the gardens are open 24 hours a day every day of the year; visitor parking is free Saturdays and Sundays and $9 per car every other day. The Arboretum contains 3.5 miles paved path loop for pedestrians, joggers, and cyclists. The collection includes some "22,000 trees and plants adapted to a Mediterranean climate." The collection may be searched through the Arbortetum's online database, which includes detailed information about the plants and geographic information system data linked to plant records. The Arboretum is an important source of information on horticulture in California's Central Valley.The arboretum is used for research both by UC Davis faculty and students and by others. The arboretum also supports teaching at UC Davis, with courses in many different disciplines using the arboretum each year.
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  • Davis is such a beautiful campus. I am so very happy that I get to go there every year. I just can't wait to see this year.  more »
  • It's a shame that TripAdvisor does not seem to have a separate entry for the new museum on the UC Davis campus: the Jan Shrem and Maria Manetti Shrem Museum of Art. It really deserves its own entry (B...  more »
  • Davis is one of the cities in the world with the highest number of bicycle touring he understands perfectly why: Sun, nature, immense expanses of flat, in short, a city that can be enjoyed in full silence of rides! University Park is one of the most beautiful areas to visit in the saddle of a bicycle!! You pass from the banks of streams, on bridges, and meet several bizarre but interesting sculptures. A place to find inner peace
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  • I just could not get over the feeling that I was the one and only single African American who was surrounded by an endless mass of Asian Americans who was wondering what the heck was a person like me, doing on their campus!? I have met several nice students, but the diversity of people on campus has very little to do with the diversity of the real world.
  • I have been here for about 10 years as I was a undergraduate student and then became a graduate student with a one year gap in between. I love the environment here. Very peaceful, though the foods for graduate students can have some improvements.
  • I imagine the school is pretty good despite the large number cows we saw around campus. This is your typical college town. Everything is designed for students and life in Davis seems to revolve around UC Davis and bicycles. I would avoid Greek life if you enjoy having a high GPA.
  • I love this campus! It is home to me. The bike paths are the best in the western US. The university is an amazing place to study and learn.
  • Beautiful campus! There on an 8th grade trip with kids and girls in the quad taking their clothes off being spray painted for a cause. Gotta love college.