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Lovely public garden with free parking and no entrance fee. Lots of beautiful flower. Abundant birds and other wildlife. Nice walking trails. An Oasis in the middle of suburbia. I was so impressed I went to their website and made a small donation.
Botanical Garden which is worth a visit. No entrance fee. Great for strolling along the many trails and a picnic in a pretty setting.
If you go in Jan/Feb the Camellia are in bloom. Beautiful colors.
Dedicated Volunteers working who are more than willing to...More
I've seen the other reviews and I'm sorry they didn't have that great of a time. My family went with little expectations - just an arboretum, but we got so much more. The walk around ponds gave us great viewing of local birds. The walk...More
It's not that big or interesting. It's a good stroll on a nice day. Walking the entire thing will take about 20-30 minutes.
If you are a tourist I would advise against coming. It is not spectacular enough to warrant the drive out. There aren't...More
We stopped by for a walk in the garden and stumbled into a Camellia show. The garden is about 47 acres and has a few walking trails, a pavilion, a lake and an amphitheater. There is also a camellia garden and a a wildflower garden....More
We walked through Mead Garden and it's so very peaceful. Restrooms are available along with picnic tables. Great place to chill or walk around. Surprised at how large the green space is for the location.
There's also a community garden attached for people to rent...More
This would be one the most peaceful / colorful part of your trip. It's well worth the admission. I would not recommend going after a Hurricane, since there's a lot of plant damage. This gives the plants to grow strong and be AWESOME for sight-seeing.