Lendonwood Gardens

Lendonwood Gardens1308 W 13th St (Har-Ber Road)
Grove, OK 74344

Phone: 918-786-2938
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Six acres of lush green gardens packed with brilliant blooms from over 1,500 plant species await you at the Lendonwood Gardens in Grove. Take a leisurely walk through paths shaded by towering oak trees or visit the Japanese Pavilion, located in the central part of the main garden, for an overlooking view of the koi pond and surrounding gardens. Other highlights of the botanical gardens include bonsai, Japanese maple, hosta, dogwood and one of the largest chamaecyparis trees (false cypress) and rhododendron collections in the Midwest. The Angel of Hope statue and surrounding garden area provide a peaceful place of healing.

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  • General Information: Free admission

  • Group Amenities: Bus/Motorcoach Parking, Tour Group Welcome Reception

  • Tour Information: Guided Tours

Open year-round during daylight hours.

Adults: $5 donation suggested

Children 12 and under: Free

While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the pricing listed above, prices are subject to change without notice.

From I-44, take Exit 302 toward US 60/US 59. Go a half mile and turn left onto US 59. Continue 13 miles. Turn right on Leisure Rd and go one mile. Make another right on Har-Ber Rd/W 13th St. Lendonwood Gardens will be on the right.

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Jim Corbridge




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