Effective May 15, 2020, the province of Ontario has re-opened community gardens and declared them an essential source of fresh food for people, including those who are facing food insecurity, during the COVID-19  pandemic.

Kincardine Community Garden

Welcome to Kincardine's Community Garden at Geddes Environmental Park. The garden is maintained by volunteers.

We have:

• 32 garden plots, each about 130 square feet

• top quality soil

• tilling equipment and tilling assistance

• rakes, trowels, shovels, hoes, pitch forks and other garden tools

• watering hoses

• fully fenced in

• and you can grow natural, organic crops to help the environment

The garden is located at within Geddes Park at 647 Queen St. Kincardine.