Gardening - Town of Gravenhurst

Gravenhurst community garden


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The Community Garden is a public place to grow your own vegetables if you do not have enough space at home, or as a place to start small and learn about gardening, while meeting other gardeners in your community.

Located on the east side of the Gravenhurst Centennial Centre, the community garden consists of 30 raised box plots, available at three height levels.

A volunteer on-site Gardener Liaison is available to gardeners to provide guidance and advice on how to help their gardens flourish. Information, pictures, garden news, tips and advice is shared on a Facebook page and through email.

The Gravenhurst Community Garden was created in the spring of 2013 in partnership with Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit, YMCA of Simcoe/Muskoka, Chartwell Gravenhurst Retirement Residence, Gravenhurst Communities in Bloom Committee and YWCA Muskoka.

For a complete list of responsibilites, please review our Garden Responsibilities Guide.


Registration for the upcoming growing season is available at the Centennial Centre between March 1, to May 1, annually. There is a registration fee of $10 per plot for the gardening season, with an initial limit of two plots per family.

To register, complete the Registration Form and return with payment. To select specific plot(s), refer to the Plot Layout Map.

Volunteer / Sponsor / Donate

If you would like to help with the garden, other ways to get involved include sponsorship, donation and volunteering. Review our Sponsorship Package for more information.

More Information

For more information, please visit our Facebook page at or email us at