This is a therapeutic garden for Addictions & Mental Health Services clients.
For An Clachan (Queen's mature & international students residence) use only.
The garden is in 19th century style and boasts half an acre of vegetable gardens, an orchard, and several ornamental gardens.
Calvin Park Community Garden is located on land donated by the United Church. Open to everyone.
Would you like to experiment with gardening? Become a KMFRC Community Garden member. This garden is for military families, veterans, DND personnel and reservists. $15 per garden plot, first come first served.
Community Harvest Kingston’s goals are to increase access to local, healthy food; provide education on the benefits of eating a healthy diet and to build community.
Compton Park Garden consists of three 6'x10' raised beds that are gardened collectively by the community.
The longest continuously run community garden in Kingston, Elmwood Community Garden is nestled in the Bowling Green Apartments on city-owned land.
Extend-A-Family Kingston’s Diversity Garden is an accessible community and sensory garden where people learn, explore, relax and grow.
Anyone can sign up for a garden plot, first come, first served -- get in touch to join.
The garden is managed collectively by clients, staff and volunteers of the John Howard Society.
Lakeside Community Garden has a variety of projects including individual gardening plots, a large donation garden, a pumpkin patch, a garlic field, and a new native species/butterfly garden.
Operated on city-owned land, it is a welcoming place where residents can come together, grow food, friendships, learn and share.
The garden has over 50 allotments.
Some garden beds are leased for exclusive use by individual members, while other beds are reserved for common and donation beds.
The garden includes allotment plots, tasting gardens, a donation garden, programming plots, and a market-training garden.
Ongwanada’s community garden offers 16 tilled garden plots measuring 8′ x 20′ available for rental for the gardening season. One stipulation is that all plots must remain herbicide free and pesticide free.
The purpose of the garden is to create a biologically productive and educational space in which members can learn about and engage in urban agriculture.
Priority is given to the Queen’s University Community, but plots are often available for the general public.
Robinson Community Garden is an idea brought to life by the joint efforts of business owner Bernie Robinson, Judge Brian Abrams and the Salvation Army. Robinson Community Garden is two acres of donated farmland -- seeded, tended, worked and harvested by volunteers to provide our Community Partners with healthy, nutritious food to distribute to those in need in the Kingston area.
Located at the Salvation Army Community and Family Services on Patrick St. Produce grown is used in programs and made available to the public.
The Sunnyside Community Garden is a volunteer-run organization working in partnership with Utilities Kingston and OPIRG Kingston.
The Wolfe Island Community Garden aims to be a flexible, multi-purpose and sustainable outdoor resource for community use.