Public Gardens

Greensboro Parks and Recreation enjoys several private-partnerships that have allowed us to develop unique parks and gardens.

For 50 years, the Greensboro Parks and Recreation Department has enjoyed a unique partnership with Greensboro Beautiful, Inc., a nonprofit volunteer organization whose mission is to conserve and enhance the beauty and ecology of our community through public and private  cooperation. This partnership is coordinated through the City Beautiful Section of the Greensboro Parks and Recreation Department. The City Beautiful staff works closely with Greensboro Beautiful’s volunteer Board and Advisory Board to accomplish the organization’s mission and goals. In addition, the City's Planning and Community Development and Field Operations departments work with City Beautiful staff to implement and maintain many of Greensboro Beautiful’s citywide projects and programs which include development of the City’s four public gardens, community tree planting programs, and three annual litter cleanups.

Greensboro also worked with the Community Foundation to develop Center City Park and LeBauer Park.

Bicentennial Garden Greensboro Arboretum 
Wedding Hart Chimes
Gateway Gardens  The Bog Garden 
Gateway Gardens Heritage
Center City Park LeBauer Park
Center City Park at night LeBauer Park overview

 

Community Gardens 
Volunteer, start or support a local community garden in your area. Grow your own food in one of our neighborhood park community garden plots or in the greenhouse at Keeley Park.

Keeley Park Community Garden and Greenhouse Neighborhood Park Community Gardens
keeley inside entrance Maywood Garden