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Elizabeth Holmes Hurley Park is an 18-acre public park composed of woodlands, streams, gardens and quiet pathways. From its beginning, Elizabeth Holmes Hurley Park has been a joint venture between public and private interests.

A generous donation in memory of Elizabeth Holmes Hurley from her husband - J.F. Hurley Jr. - and her sons - James Franklin, III, Haden Holmes and Gordon Pannill Hurley - allowed for special, high-quality amenities and plantings, as well as an ambitious schedule for the park's development.

Many gardens, trees and furnishings have been dedicated in memory or honor of individuals or groups. Contributions of any amount will be gratefully accepted for long term maintenance of the park. Development of the park is based on a master plan, so all major gifts are reviewed by the staff.

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Located at: Annandale and Lake Drive
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This is an ecoEXPLORE Park!

See It!

After signing up online, participants go outside in their own backyard or at designated ecoEXPLORE HotSpots to find wildlife species, including plants, reptiles, amphibians, insects and birds.

Snap It!

Participants can use their own device – or check out an iPod Touch at a participating LoanSpot location – and photograph their wildlife observation, noting the data, location, time, size and species observed.

Share It!

Participants then log into their ecoEXPLORE profile online and submit their “share” or observation. Arboretum staff will then review the data and submit all approved submissions

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Park Hours

November – January 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
February – March 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.
May – July 8 a.m. – 8:30 p.m.
April, August – October 8 a.m. – 7:30 p.m.

Upcoming Events

Hurley Park Newsletters

 Title Description
Fall 2022DownloadButterfly Release, Hurley Park will Be All A-Flutter, Create Your Own Pollinator Paradise, Fall Into Planting, Tips From The Garden
Spring 2022DownloadSpring Celebration, Dig In To Events at Hurley Park!, Cutting Back On Invasive Species, Tips From The Garden
Fall 2021DownloadButterfly Release, Updates at the Park Continue, OSCAR Makes A Clean Sweep
Summer 2020DownloadThis Year's Updates, New to Hurley Park, Tips From the Garden
Fall 2019DownloadButterfly Release, Garden Educational Lecture, Summer Cleaning
Summer 2018DownloadButterfly Release, Back to Butterflies!, Red Oak Receives a Helping Hand, Tips From the Garden
Spring 2018DownloadSpring Celebration, Welcome Spring, Weeds On Fire, Tips From the Garden

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