The tree walk of George's Square incorporates most of the different tree species found growing in the park.
The starting point is at the south-west corner of the park at the intersection of Sumner Avenue and Trafalgar Road.
In this square you will find various trees such as: Sugar Maple, Red Maple, English Oak, Hopa Crab, Horse Chestnut, Norway Maple, Colorado Blue Spruce, White or Silver Fir, Bur Oak, Red Oak, Crimson King Norway Maple, Kentucky Coffee Tree, Scots Pine, white Pine, Austrian Pine, European Larch, London Plne, white Elm, White Oak, Crimson King Maple and European Beech.
Information provided by the city of Oakville website.
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