Welcome to the Woodbury Community Garden
The Woodbury Community Garden is dedicated to teaching sustainable practices that will help preserve the environment for future generations. Its main emphasis is on education and preservation. We also operate a beautiful public community garden open year round near Stewart Park. Anyone can rent a garden plot at our garden in Woodbury New Jersey and start growing your own vegetables and flowers today!
A healthier community is in bloom
Our vegetable plots are surrounded by continuously blooming flower gardens with lake views and buffered woodland spaces. Located just off East Red Bank Avenue near Stewart Park, it is a lively and visually inspiring location for anyone to enjoy, even if you don’t garden!
Various-sized garden plots are available on a first come, first served basis, for an application fee of $0.50 per square foot. We provide a water source, gardening tools, protected fenced-in plots, and plenty of sunshine! We encourage organic gardening practices.
Volunteers are welcome to assist with general garden maintenance and education. Please contact us for details about volunteer opportunities.
The Woodbury Community Garden in numbers
Per square foot
Seasons, year round
A beautiful oasis open to the public
The Woodbury Community Garden is a unique and beautiful place to garden. The park is open to the public during regular park hours.
- Blooming flowers
- Lake views
- Woodlands space
- Ball fields
Just off East Red Bank Avenue, near the YMCA in historic Woodbury, NJ.
News & Updates
Thanks to the Site Manager, Larry Boden, at West Deptford’s Johnson Matthey, who approved the Earth Day Volunteer opportunity at the Woodbury Community Garden… and, to Anastasia Venable-Nappen, their project Engineering Superintendent, and Site Community Investment Ambassador, for coordinating the volunteers who did an incredible job helping, at the WCG, on Earth Day!!!
Some members turning over the soil in our plots to get ready for the 2022-23 season.
These flowers were planted in the garden in memory of some prominent Woodbury residents lost to a house fire in 2008. Their beauty reminds us of them every year.