Located adjacent to the Community Center, the Ken-Caryl Community Garden (KCCG) has become more than just a garden…it is a gathering place; a way for all generations to learn the joys of growing things; a legacy for the future.
Enclosed by an 8′ high decorative fence and complementary 2′ high rabbit fence, the garden discourages the entrance of our hungry and varied 4-legged friends. Community tools, hoses and supplies are kept in the locked shed on site. An L-shaped arbor with benches rest under two shady ponderosa pines offering a respite from the sun and a framed view to the hogbacks. Engraved bricks accent the gathering space and give members of the community a place to honor, recognize and remember loved ones and special occasions. Gardeners water their own plot by using the hose spigots located throughout the garden.
The garden is open to the public any time gardeners are present. The garden gates are locked when gardeners are not present.
Please drop by or plan a visit to the garden…and don’t leave without stopping at the community herb plot and helping yourself to a sprig of basil, oregano, mint and more!
You can register for garden plots by clicking on the Register for Classes icon below. For more details about the Community Garden, please visit the Ken-Caryl Community Garden website.