Loyola University Maryland has a long history with the trees on our campus. An inventory conducted at Loyola University Maryland nearly 20 years ago identified 359 trees on the 59-acre main campus. In 1997, when the University purchased a 19.5 acre property just north of campus, a subsequent inventory and assessment of the new property added an additional 350 trees. By the end of 1997, Loyola University Maryland’s campus totaled 79 acres and had more than 700 mature trees.
Since 1999, the year we began establishing our plan to become an arboretum, Loyola has planted 1650 new trees. Our current tree inventory exceeds 2,200 trees and represents at least 110 different varieties, including 33 native species.
Trees of Loyola - Interactive Audio Walking Tours
Each of the Trees of Loyola have a story to tell. You can explore the Loyola Arboretum and learn more about our trees using your smartphone. Download the app, select the tour and follow the path or walk up to any tree to hear its story.
Explore the trees on The Quad
Evergreen Quad Audio Walking Tour
Quad Tree Guides are also available in the pamphlet holder next to the campus map outside of Jenkins Hall.
Explore the trees at the Fitness and Aquatic Center
FAC Audio Walking Tour
Download the izi.Travel App to access all Loyola Arboretum Tours (Apple / Android). Headphones recommended.