Plano’s Quinnentennial Bur Oak tree is the oldest and largest tree in the City of Plano. The significant landmark has stood witness to important events in our region’s history for over 200 years.
Located in Bob Woodruff Park, Plano, Texas, the Quincentennial Bur Oak was recognized in the bicentennial year of 1987 as having lived here in our region at the time of the signing of the constitution in 1787.
Common Name: Bur Oak
Scientific Name:Quercus macrocarpa
Height: 90 ft.
Circumference: 186 in.
Crown Spread: 80 ft.
Index Value: 296
Significance: Important regional landmark — over 200 years old.
The International Society of Arboriculture and the National Arborist Association jointly recognize the Quincentennial Bur Oak in the bicentennial year of 1987 as having lived here at the time of the signing of our constitution in 1787.