The Festival Grove includes over 725 trees planted according to region on the grounds of the William J. Clinton Presidential Center and Park. The design of the grove was accomplished by landscape architectural firm Hargreaves Associates.
American Arborvitae are found behind the National Archives and Records Administration parking lot. Autumn Blaze Maples are located along Martin Street and Dean Kumpuris Street. Black Gum trees are planted at the southwest corner of the intersection of President Clinton Avenue and Dean Kumpuris streets. Cottonwoods, Red Maples, River Birch, and Sandbar Willow can be found along the edge of the Arkansas River. Crepe Myrtles are planted on the lawn of Sturgis Hall. Farkleberry trees, Heritage River Birch, Highbeam Overcup, High Point Nutall Oaks, Water Oaks, and Tulip trees are on the east side of the park. Sweet Bay Magnolias are planted at the extreme east end of the park.
Holly trees lace the sidewalks near the main parking areas. Lacebark Elms are found in the Scholar's Garden and along President Clinton Avenue and Third Street. Marshall Seedless Ash trees and Red Sunset Maples are found south of Celebration Circle. Northern Red Oaks and Sugar Maples are planted at the southwest corner of the intersection of President Clinton Avenue and Dean Kumpuris streets. October Glory Red Maples are found on the upper level of the Scholar's Garden. Willow Oaks are planted in the south Scholar's Garden and south of Celebration Circle. Pines line the sidewalk astride the river, and elsewhere on the east side of the building.