Treaty Oak Park, Austin

About Treaty Oak Park, Austin

Treaty Oak Park, Austin

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The Treaty Oak is an octopus-like Southern live oak (Quercus virginiana) in Jacksonville, Florida. The tree is estimated to be 250 years old and may be the single oldest living thing in Jacksonville, predating the founding of the city by Isaiah Hart during the 1820s. It is located in Treaty Oak Park in the Southbank area of Downtown Jacksonville.

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Treaty Oak Park is a place in Austin in the country of United States. If you have enough time to explore the interiors of the city, you will pass by Treaty Oak Park.

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  • A cool quiet little place to go. At one time the Treaty Oak was classified as the perfect specimen of an oak tree. Cool to check out once.

  • Small but noteworthy tree. Read the wiki on it to learn why there is a chain.

  • Definitely worth a stop by. It's amazing to see a tree so wild and natural. Really puts into perspective how much we have changed the landscape.

  • Stopped by to check out the embattled oak.

  • Beautiful but small park.

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